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Note from shop owner I am currently moving to another state! Knitcoast will be back August 24 :)

Note from shop owner

Last updated on Aug 14, 2018

I am currently moving to another state! Knitcoast will be back August 24 :)

Brianna Burmeister

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Brianna Burmeister

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A new base has arrived! Meet "That's so DK", my first DK weight base. It's SOOO soft!!
Packaging up some faux fur poms!

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I'm Brianna, a twenty-something year old from California who's obsessed with yarn. My love for the fiber arts began from a very young age when my grandmother handed me a crochet hook. Trips to the yarn store to squish all the skeins was my favorite activity. A few years ago after teaching myself how to knit, I started writing patterns! I love to share all of my designs with fellow knitters and crocheters.
Knitting and crocheting aren't my only hobbies. I also enjoy painting, drawing, graphic design, and anything crafty-related. Yarn dyeing has recently became a serious passion for me. There's something so relaxing and tranquil about mixing beautiful color ways for people to create into something special. I get to combine all of my favorite hobbies into one and there's nothing better than that!

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Last updated on Oct 13, 2017
Frequently asked questions
Wholesale availability

Please contact me for wholesale orders :) brianna@knitcoast.com

How do I care for my yarn?

Although superwash wool is machine washable, to maintain the life of the yarn I recommend hand washing all yarn in cold water with a mild soap or wool wash and laying flat to dry.

Will my yarn bleed?

I do my absolute best to make sure the dye is completely exhausted to the fiber and thoroughly wash each skein until the water runs clear, but there may be slight bleeding especially for darker dye pigments (blue, red). This is just the fiber releasing extra dye particles and it should not affect your yarn. If color fading does happen to occur or you have any concerns, please contact me.

Allergies?

My entire yarn dyeing process and packaging is done in a cat-free and smoke-free studio, however, I do have a pup that likes to keep me company in the studio. If you have any questions or concerns regarding allergies please let me know.