Announcement Handdyed, handspun yarn & fiber is slowly making it's way back to KnittinK after a nearly 2 year hiatus! Welcome!
Handdyed, handspun yarn & fiber is slowly making it's way back to KnittinK after a nearly 2 year hiatus! Welcome!
kat Vizmuller on Dec 2, 2014
Very pretty and fun yarn!
eruuska on Oct 21, 2014
Thank you! The yarn is great and it arrived quickly!
FORMER PHAT FIBER CONTRIBUTOR www.phatfiber.com
I get this question a lot at non-fiber shows. Knitting, crocheting or felting with handspun is like working with a little bit of luxury. It makes your handcrafted items 100% handmade! Slubs, nubs, neps, thick, thin, barberpoles of colors, unexpected hues sneaking in for a stitch or two-- this is what makes handspun so much fun! So if you like adventure, the unknown & ridiculously soft fibers, handspun just might be the ticket! Oh, and speaking of the fiber-- fiber artists like myself often use all sorts of types of sheep, and other goodies that aren't as frequently found in commercial yarns, like BFL, rambo, cormo, firestar, banana fiber-- the list could go on for days, but I think you get the idea. ;)
Accepted payment methods
- Accepts Etsy gift cards
- Other Method
Once the item ships, it's in the hands of the USPS. I cannot remake one-of-a-kind items, and I cannot replace items that the USPS eats, loses, crushes, or tramples. I am more than glad to include tracking and insurance if needed.
Please note that if required in your country, you must pay duties/taxes on items, this is not a gift, it's a transaction. Mislabeling my goods so that you can avoid any taxes is fraud, sorry folks!
Refunds and Exchanges
Damages: I do my best to protect my fibers from the post. If you have concerns, please request insurance.