hand-dyed yarns inspired by nature

Boston, Massachusetts | 355 Sales


hand-dyed yarns inspired by nature

Boston, Massachusetts 355 Sales On Etsy since 2018

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Kera M

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Hi there, and thanks for visiting my shop! My name is Kera, and I created Campfire Knits because I'm absolutely obsessed with knitting (and coffee, but that's besides the point), and I wanted to expand my creative outlets to dyeing yarn and doing some pattern design.

I've done a lot of traveling over the years, and some of the best memories I have are of the beautiful natural wonders I've seen. I wanted to capture the sights and feelings of these places in my knits, so here we are!

All yarns are hand-dyed by me in small batches in my smoke-free/pet-free home in New England. I use colorfast dyes and rinse thoroughly with a gentle wool wash. At this time, I do not accept requests for custom colors.

If you ever have any questions about my fibers, or are looking for pattern suggestions for your purchase, don't hesitate to ask!

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    Hi, I'm Kera! I recently began dyeing yarn after seeking a new creative outlet, and I fell in love with the process. My colors are mostly inspired by the natural beauty I've seen in some of my travels.

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Last updated on Feb 21, 2018
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Custom and personalized orders

I do not accept custom color requests or designs at this time.

I don't see any dye lots. How do I know if my yarn will match?

Due to the nature of my dye process, all skeins will vary differently from one another; even the ones that are in the same color way will have some variance from skein to skein! So there are no dye lots, but I try to ensure that each batch I create are as close to one another as possible!

For best results while knitting larger items, I suggest alternating skeins every couple of rows.

How do I care for my yarns/knitwear?

Most of my yarns are superwash, meaning they can safely be used in a washing machine with cold water on a gentle cycle. But for best results, I suggest lightly hand-washing with cool water and a delicate soap. In all cases, you should lay items flat to dry.