Announcement ItchforsomeStitch is the shop for the blogger, crochet designer, and indie yarn dyer behind Itchin' for some Stitchin' You can find crochet tutorials & free patterns at itchinforsomestitchin.com
ItchforsomeStitch is the shop for the blogger, crochet designer, and indie yarn dyer behind Itchin' for some Stitchin' You can find crochet tutorials & free patterns at itchinforsomestitchin.com
Hand-dyed yarn and simple, smart, & stylish crochet patterns.
Welcome to Itchin' for some Stitchin's Etsy shop!
Here you will find simple, smart, and stylish crochet patterns for you, your fur babies, your home, and more!
All my crochet patterns are designed to be as beginner-friendly as possible and come with my full support. Please contact me via Etsy or itchinforsomestitchin [!at] gmail.com if you need help with any of my patterns.
All patterns & tutorials are large print, PDF format, and ad-free.
And as of 2021 I am opening my own line of indie dyed yarns!. Take a look! I know you'll find something you'll absolutely love!
Itchin' for some Stitchin'
Owner, Owner, Designer
Hi! I'm RaeLynn, the crochet designer, indie yarn dyer, & the blogger behind Itchin' for some Stitchin'. Welcome to my Etsy shop! I hope you love my handmade items as much as I love making them!
Returns & exchanges
I gladly accept returns and exchanges
I don't accept cancellations
The following items can't be returned or exchanged
- Custom or personalized orders
- Perishable products (like food or flowers)
- Digital downloads
- Intimate items (for health/hygiene reasons)
- Items on sale
I accept returns I do not accept returns
I accept exchanges I do not accept exchanges
I accept cancellations I do not accept cancellations
Because of the nature of these items, unless they arrive damaged or defective, I can't accept returns for:
Frequently asked questions
Unless otherwise indicated in the product description:
Always wash hand dyed yarn in COLD water with a small amount of wool wash/dish washing liquid. Hot water dilates the fibers and can cause the dye to come out. Let air dry.
Mild bleeding is common in all hand dyed yarn, particularly those skeins that are very bright in color, super dark in color, or have speckles.
You can do an additional colorfast to help with this.
Fill a clean wash bin
Submerge your yarn (up to 4 skeins) in the water
Add 1 cup of white vinegar to the bath and gently mix it in
Let yarn soak in the white vinegar bath for 30 minutes
After 30 minutes, pour out vinegar water
Gently squeeze out excess liquid (do NOT ring)
Hang to dry
Hand dyed yarn:
I can dye up to 4 hanks of yarn in one batch, however, due to the nature of dying yarn by hand, there may be color variances from hank to hank between batches and among the same batch.
There will be also be color variances based on dyeing technique as finger painted or brush painted yarns will be more unique from skein to skein, making some of them "one of a kind"
Although I do my very best to create accurate photos there are always lighting variances. Any discrepancy between photographs & actual product are due to these variances & should be subtle & minimum. I cannot be held accountable for these minor discrepancies
Crochet and Knitting patterns:
All measurements given are unblocked & measured flat pre-wear & pre-seaming as fabric pieces may stretch during after blocking, wearing, & seaming.
Provided measurements are as exact as possible, but are given as APPROXIMATES. This is because yarn variances, crochet tension, & individual technique might give variations in the result, which changes from person to person.
I use the Crafty Yarn Council Size Standards when designing all my patterns. However, size standards do NOT take into account differences from one body to another (for instance you may have longer arms than another person of your same size, etc.). It is up to you to make individual adjustments. Please contact me if you need help.
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