Announcement The dye workshop is now closed. We are no longer able to answer questions about yarns or dyeing. For general information about figuring gauge via wraps per inch, please see the information here: https://www.craftyarncouncil.com/standards/how-measure-wraps-inch-wpi
The dye workshop is now closed. We are no longer able to answer questions about yarns or dyeing. For general information about figuring gauge via wraps per inch, please see the information here: https://www.craftyarncouncil.com/standards/how-measure-wraps-inch-wpi
Michele on Sep 19, 20225 out of 5 stars
Great pattern, cute results! Easy to follow, instant download. CHeck it out for yourself!
Julia on Aug 28, 20225 out of 5 stars
What a find. great patterns. i am stoked to get knitting. quite the awesome patterns
Mary on Aug 1, 20225 out of 5 stars
I just bought yarn to make this shawl. I’ve had the pattern for a very long time but realized I was missing page3. I’m looking forward to making it, I love how it drapes.
Evelyn on Feb 24, 20225 out of 5 stars
I make Gifts for others and for donation ! Love having good yarn and challenging patterns others enjoy! Many of my gifts are used for Years by Grandchildren and Co-Workers.
It all started with a crochet hook and a kid who woke up too early.
Robin started crocheting when she was 4. She used to get up really early [still does] so her mom taught her how to crochet and got her busy working on an afghan. Robin fell in love with fiber.
She learned to knit as a teenager, but that didn't go very well and it wasn't until college that she found someone who taught her how to knit comfortably - carrying the yarn in her left hand. [It's a crocheting thing.] She knitted all through graduate school.
In 1989, Robin got married and learned to spin. Her husband learned to weave. After a few years, she and her husband bought a place with 40 acres - just perfect for sheep. They had sheep for several years and that's when Robin learned to dye wool. A couple of years later, she taught herself to dye cottons and cellulose fibers, which is what she really loves to dye.
More than anything, Robin loves to combine colors. She teaches color theory, spinning, crochet, dyeing and weaving. She was a recipient of an Indiana Artist Grant and has won several awards from juried art shows and fiber festivals.
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Owner, Designer, Maker, Dyer, Weaver
Robin is an award winning artist. She lives in southern Indiana. Since closing the dye shop, there is always something on the easel. To see her watercolors, go to www.robinedmundson.com/portfolio.
Returns & exchanges
I don't accept returns, exchanges, or cancellations
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Frequently asked questions
Can I get a refund if I don't like the pattern?
No refunds on digital items that you have already downloaded.
Can you give me advice on how to work up this pattern?
We've been selling these patterns for many years and are confident that the instructions are clear. If you are having trouble, contact your local yarn store or group and someone there will be able to walk you through things.
Can you tell me more about the yarn that I bought from you a few years ago?
The yarn shop is now closed and we are no longer answering questions about past yarn purchases. For figuring out the size of your yarn and what you can do with it, use the charts here: https://www.craftyarncouncil.com/standards/how-measure-wraps-inch-wpi.