Hand-dyed yarns & kits! Knitted scarves and coffee mugs

Santa Clarita, California

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~ Heather


Last updated on Oct 14, 2021

use promo code FALLSALE at checkout! Save 10% when you purchase 2 or more items from my shop.
Thank you for supporting my small business, I look forward to designing more goodies for you!
~ Heather



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Heather Fiege

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About PumpkinsandWool

Sales 522
On Etsy since 2015

You can never have too much yarn

Hello, fellow yarn lovers!

I’m so happy that you have found my little slice of heaven on this big old internet. I have loved crocheting for years, my father actually taught me how to crochet when I was younger. That passion of mine grew from doing small projects, very simplistic projects to now having my own Crochet Tutorial Blog called Falling For Crochet.

I told my family that my OCD (Obsessive Crochet Disorder) would inevitably pay off ;)

Through all this personal growth and love for the fiber arts, I found myself always on Pinterest and Youtube looking for my next crochet project and that’s when the topic of yarn dyeing came into the picture.

One Youtube tutorial led to another, to another and before I knew it I was online looking at all the proper materials needed to dye my own yarn. I’m one of those artist individuals that “go big or go home” and with that mindset, I purchased a few bulk skeins of yarns and some gorgeous acid dyes online. I figure it was better to have more inventory than less to give me more room to play with colors and different techniques! What's the worse that could happen? I'm not good at it? Well, that'll be a lesson learned and then a simple moving on would be the result.

But that wasn't the case!

Throughout the journey of trial and error and seeing how the dyes work with the water and yarns, I had fallen in love with the art of Yarn Dyeing. The bare yarn is very similar to a blank canvas and the dyes are my paints.

I find so much enjoyment going onto Pinterest and researching colorways inspired by nature, foods, holidays, you name it!

I, in fact, have an anxiety disorder that comes out in the form of “tics” and when I am feeling overwhelmed by my disorder, I find comfort in my yarns, crocheting and letting my artistic mind wander into something that I find peaceful, beautiful, and something I authentically enjoy.

So keep an eye out for all my newest products that I have in the works!

You can follow me on my Instagram – @pumpkinsandwool

I’m ALWAYS posting new stories, polls, sneak peeks, and photos of projects I’m working on, in addition to store updates. I’d love to be friends with you and see what awesomeness you are crocheting/knitting.

Well, I think that is it for now!

Much love,



Episode 033: The Shouting Hat - A Sockmatician Podcast
Starts at 1:00:00
Coo Coo For Cowls Knitting and Crochet Podcast
Knitting and Crochet Podcast: Season 2 Episode 3
Starts at 12:40
Knotty Knit Wits
Row 34 "I'm Skinny & Donuts Taste Like Crap"
Starts at 4:00

Shop members

  • Heather Fiege

    Owner, Designer, Photographer

    Name: Heather M. Fiege Profession: A young woman who loves playing with colors, crocheting and watching the Office on Netflix! :)

Production partners

  • Kit Clubs

    Valencia, CA

    Crafts are never just crafts. When we sit down to do a project, what we’re really doing is creating something beautiful. What begins as a collection of materials becomes something entirely new once we put our hands on it, coaxing it into a different form. How we choose to spend our time matters. At

  • KnitPicks

    Vancouver, WA

    Wholesaler of knitting and crocheting products.

Shop policies

Last updated on May 17, 2020
Hello fellow yarn lover! Pretty yarn = pretty life! :)

Accepted payment methods

Paypal Mastercard Visa American Express Discover Apple Pay Klarna Giftcard
Accepts Etsy Gift Cards and Etsy Credits
Returns and exchanges
I don't accept returns, exchanges, or cancellations
But please contact me if you have any problems with your order.
Returns and exchange details
My apologies, but all sales are final.
I accept all major debit/credit cards and Paypal.
I go through USPS for all shipments. With Covid-19 I am currently shipping within the USA only. I am doing this because I want you fiber artists to have your products quickly so you can start your projects and relieve any anxiety you may be experiencing while in quarantine.

USPS priority mail, you will usually receive your order within 2-5 days. Tracking number is included and insurance.

I am not held responsible or liable for lost or stolen orders, please contact USPS with your tracking number if you have any issues... Thank you for your understanding.

Pumpkins and Wool is not responsible for customs fees for international orders.
Additional policies and FAQs

Please note that each dye that is applied to the yarn is creatively done. No two skeins of yarn will be the same. They may vary in lightness/darkness/saturation in color.

I make each colorway in small batches.

It is recommended if working with more than one skein for a project to switch skeins throughout your project so it blends more evenly. :)

I do my very best to provide you with unique and beautiful colorways!

Pumpkins and Wool promise

More information

Last updated on Aug 7, 2016
Frequently asked questions
Custom and personalized orders

If you are browsing my shop and see a specific color in one of the designs that you like, and you want to have a skein of yarn in just that one color... please message me! I'll be more than happy to do a custom order for you and to try to accommodate your color needs.