Hand Dyed Yarn and Fiber by Littlebean Loves Yarn

Massachusetts, United States

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Note from shop owner Away until June, big house move! :)

Note from shop owner

Last updated on Mar 26, 2023

Away until June, big house move! :)

Kayleen Weaver

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About LittlebeanLovesYarn

Sales 2,847
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Hand Dyed Yarns and Fibers

Shop members

  • Kayleen Weaver


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  • Printing Shop

    Boston, MA

    I used a printing service to help me put my design on these cotton totes.

Shop policies

Last updated on May 17, 2018


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Cancellations: accepted

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Last updated on May 9, 2022

Frequently asked questions

Care instructions

Most items in the shop are a "Machine wash warm, Tumble dry Low" Care-type item. I like to use the "easy care" type materials - like cottons, acrylics, superwash wools - to help make care on your end a snap! However, I also use regular wool or other animal fiber that may be hand wash only.

Is the yarn you source cruelty-free?

The wholesale distributor I use for my bases is anti-mulesing, and to the best of my knowledge (from speaking with them), source from farms who raise their livestock ethically. The Merino wool is sourced from small family farms in South America - where mulesing is not practiced.

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