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Introducing : Undine!

Our newest yarn base, Undine! This linen and cotton fingering-weight yarn really has all of us here dreaming about the endless summer possibilities. I personally wear linen year round, so I can see garments from this new base being worn now and then layered during colder months.  Current colorways: Natural, Peony and Lamb's Ear plus the...

Summer Make-A-Long!

Here we go! It's the official kickoff of the Easy as 1-2-3 Summer Make Along! Please join us on Ravelry! Do you have any lonely skeins of Ritual Dyes yarn in your stash? Maybe you’ve been wanting to try out one of our color ways or bases. What ever the case may be, it’s time...

Catching up with Denise Bayron of Bayron Handmade

I recently had a chance to catch up with Denise Bayron of Bayron Handmade as we collaborated on this new project! Denise designed a skill-building wardrobe staple, a "simple" beanie that is actually both a knitting and a sewing project! It delivers some useful techniques that carry into raglan sweater construction and incorporates finishing methods that will serve you...

Talking about Fae, our Mohair/Silk Base!

Fae is our mohair and silk lace-weight yarn base, named after the wispy fairy folk!  I have always enjoyed mohair and it carries a certain sense of nostalgia for me. I definitely had a 90s mohair sweater that I probably wore to death! It started making a resurgence in the knitting world not too long ago and it certainly...

Rambouillet Wool and Sustainable Farming

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Scenes from the Emigh Farm in Northern California where they have been sustainably raising sheep for 150 years. What is climate beneficial wool? Climate beneficial wool is fiber that has been produced using carbon farming practices. These practices include compost application, hedgerow planting, mulching and no till/direct seed.

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