OxfordKitchenYarns

Playing with colour in a small kitchen in Oxford

Oxford, England | 62 Sales

OxfordKitchenYarns

Playing with colour in a small kitchen in Oxford

Oxford, England 62 Sales On Etsy since 2014

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Katie Hanrott

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Announcement    IMPORTANT - Any orders between 28th June and the 5th July will be posted on the 6th July.

New stock added 21/6 including summer-y sock weight and DK yarns!

OxfordKitchenYarns supports all knitters, and have discounts which are useful for people wanting to buy garment amounts of yarns.

Buy 4 or more skeins and get 15% off or Buy 5 or more skeins and get 20% off.

Message me to enquire about custom orders (which still qualify for the above discounts), and which are often possible.

You can see the latest goings on at @oxfordkitchenyarns on instagram.

Announcement

Last updated on 27 Jun, 2019

IMPORTANT - Any orders between 28th June and the 5th July will be posted on the 6th July.

New stock added 21/6 including summer-y sock weight and DK yarns!

OxfordKitchenYarns supports all knitters, and have discounts which are useful for people wanting to buy garment amounts of yarns.

Buy 4 or more skeins and get 15% off or Buy 5 or more skeins and get 20% off.

Message me to enquire about custom orders (which still qualify for the above discounts), and which are often possible.

You can see the latest goings on at @oxfordkitchenyarns on instagram.

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About

Hand painted British yarns in a small Oxford kitchen.

OxfordKitchenYarns is where my love of wool and my love of colour meet. I've been a professional dyer since 2007 but switched from natural dyes to acid dyes in 2016.
I use British grown yarn to make sure my work is both local and sustainable and I still don't have a set colour pallet after 11 years, (if anything, moving to acid dyes has made the chance of a set colour pallet even less likely - there are too many new colour combination to explore, to get tied down to set colours.) Most skeins are one of a kind, and due to the nature of the dye process are impossible to reproduce to match at a later date.
I specialise in yarns for one skein projects, as well as multi skein, multi colour projects, such as fade work.
I live in Oxford with my family, and dyeing yarn fills the liminal space around home educating my three children. Both these vocations bring me great joy.

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  • Katie Hanrott

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    Hello! My name is Katie and I've been dyeing and selling yarn since 2007. I have three children, and a husband and we are a home educating family, which means we've got pretty good at hanging out with each other, exploring places and buying books.

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