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Darcy on Jan 2, 20155 out of 5 stars
Was a gift but so beautiful I wanted to keep it myself! Shipped on time!.
Shirley on Dec 13, 20145 out of 5 stars
Lovely, lovely yarn -- so soft and squishy, and I love the subtle color differences in this semi-solid buttery colorway. Just what I hoped it would be!! Thank you!
Casondra on Nov 10, 20145 out of 5 stars
Seems like a soft base. Stunning colors. Happy I ordered this! Shipped just over 3 weeks.
Casondra on Nov 10, 20143 out of 5 stars
The description says the colors are "blue, gray, and orange." What I received is various shades of green. Zero stars for the fact that this is absolutely NOT what I ordered. Five stars for the happy fact that I have a current obsession with these shades of green. Base is nice.
Anela on Oct 25, 20145 out of 5 stars
Thank you so much! I love the color! Can't wait to start knitting this beauty up!! :)
JUDY on Oct 8, 20145 out of 5 stars
The Sept 2014 shipment is a great yarn and a great color! I am thinking of knitting "Seine" by Kyoko Nakayoshi with this yarn.
rachelbug24 on Sep 29, 20143 out of 5 stars
Due to issues, this yarn took almost an entire month to ship. It was packaged in a mailing envelope barely big enough to fit the skein in. It had to be taped closed and when I opened it the yarn was stuck to the glue strip on the yarn. About the yarn: The color of the actual yarn is very different than the photo. The yarn is more green/teal than blue/teal as shown in the photo. It's ok and I'll use it, but I was looking forward to the deep blue as pictured.
Christine on Sep 26, 20145 out of 5 stars
Beautifully soft and bouncy yarn in a gorgeous color! I look forward to using it :)
jessiebelle92 on Sep 12, 20145 out of 5 stars
Beautiful color and lovely, soft yarn! Can't wait to make a luxurious pair of socks!
Hand dyed yarns worth the time you spend working with them.
Hand knitting takes a long time. Even when it's only a small hat that we can whip up in an hour, that's still about 45 more minutes than it would have taken to go buy a hat at the store. So why do we do it?
I can't say for sure why you knit, but I know I knit because I love knowing I'm the one who created something. I love picking out a soft squishy yarn in the exact shade I need for that shawl pattern I've been eyeing, or finding the right strong wool for a sturdy sweater. I love working with my hands and feeling those hours of love that went into the final product.
I love the look on my mother's face when she unfolds the warm afghan I spent months knitting her for Christmas. I love the pride in my grandmother's voice as she boasts that her granddaughter made her the lovely lace shawl she's wearing. I love watching my little brother try his hardest to get his little fingers to hold the yarn properly, so he can knit a hat just like mine.
These moments are why we knit. We no longer live in a society where we must make a sweater if we want to have one. Department stores abound. But we want something special, something we touched with our hands and with our souls. So we pick up our needles or our hooks or our looms, and we get to work.
I started dyeing yarn because color fascinates me. As a knitter, I've long loved walking into my LYS and soaking in all shades surrounding me. One day, I walked into the shop, and I couldn't find the color I needed. Among all those gorgeous shades, there simply wasn't a mustard yellow in a merino fingering weight yarn. I couldn't believe it. But that's when I realized: I could make my own. From the moment I turned on the dye pot, I knew I needed to do this for more than just my personal projects.
I seek out luxurious base yarns and cover them with intriguing colors perfect for each individual who chooses to craft with them. I create colors that merge and mingle on the skein in ways that make you itch to keep knitting just to watch the shades flow through your fingers. My personal touch just adds another dimension of soul to that final product, another hand that has helped this lump of fiber transform into something magnificent. Our hands are the link to our hearts, and each hand that contributes to your project is just another heart wrapped up in the final creation.
I would absolutely love to maintain a connection with everyone who chooses my yarn for their next fiber adventure. To that end, I'm offering 10% off your next purchase to those who subscribe to my mailing list, found here: http://uniquechicstudio.com
You can also follow my Facebook page, linked on the right side, and join my Ravelry group here: http://www.ravelry.com/groups/unique-chic-studio
Each project has a story, and I would be honored to be a part of your next tale.
Owner, Maker, Designer
Designer, dyer, creator, lace knitter, letter writer, tea drinker, cook, gardener, chocolate lover, bread baker, lover of all things DIY.
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Returns and exchanges
A beautiful skein of yarn is the perfect gift for a knitter. Let me know if you purchase is a gift, and I will include a hand written card to the recipient.
I will ship your item via first class mail USPS. If you'd like insurance, please let me know, and I can adjust the cost.
I'm happy to upgrade your shipping to priority or express mail. Please contact me in order to make the necessary arrangements, including payment.
If you order multiple items and the shipping charges combined get too high, I will refund you for any difference between the actual cost and the billed cost.
Additional policies and FAQs
I do my best to present an accurate color representation in my photographs, but do know that the monitors vary and each skein of hand dyed yarn comes out of the pot differently.
I use low impact, heavy metal free, professional acid dyes to ensure your yarn will be colorfast, lightfast, and beautifully variegated throughout.