Tuesday, July 5, 2011

Introducing FUSION Yarn at my Etsy Shop!

Colorway: Red Pepper

 One of my knitting passions is combining
many different yarns to
create a new blended yarn.
I've been knitting with this technique for years.
Now I'm happy to announce that I'm
making it available in my Etsy Shop.

is a combination of 15-20 different yarns. 
These yarns are cut into specific lengths
and then tied together,
creating a finished yarn for
knitting, crocheting, weaving
or your own particular fiber art project.

I'm starting with six different colorways in the shop:

"Plum Pudding"


"French Vanilla"


"Blue Lagoon"

What can you make with FUSION Yarn?
The possibilities are endless.

I've knitted Boutique Bags...

...in several styles and colorways.

Knitted Scrunch Hats are fun.

Here's a gorgeous Diagonal Knit Scarf.

You may remember this Scrug from last year.

a blend of different yarns,
resulting in a blended yarn of
unique colors and textures.

What are you going to make with it?


Tanna at The Brick Street Bungalow said...

Those are beautiful colorways, Susan!! Very lovely!

Loretta said...

Lovely blend of colors! Oh, that Scrug is soooo beautiful! Nice job! Hugs!

Feral Female said...

That`s some cool looking yarn!

Privet and Holly said...

I am just
going to make
noises, as I have
no talents in
the knitting arena!
LOVE the french
vanilla, especially....
xx Suzane

KnitOne, PearlOnion said...

I am not a very attentive knitter....I must correct that! Lovely yarns!

John'aLee said...

Oh that yarn is utterly divine. Makes me wish that I knew how to knit properly!

Almost Precious said...

It's been a very long time since I've done any knitting, in Florida there isn't a lot of need for thick cozy sweaters, caps etc.
I really love your combination of colors and textures, makes me want to get out my knitting needles again. Hmm, maybe I could knit something for my sister up in Northern California?

vicki said...

Susan - these yarns are fabulous - they are a wonderful addition to your etsy shop!


iheartflowers said...

Thanks for stopping by my blog and also sending some of that yummy yarn to my mum - she loves it! Actually so do I but I don't know how to knit (yet)...maybe one day I can make some lovely creation with some of your fusion yarn. I love the plum pudding one especially!

This is a lovely blog :) xx

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