Yarn Party: Tanis Fiber Arts edition

It’s Wednesday. We have new yarn from Tanis Fiber Arts and it is AWESOME. The colourways we have in stock right now are:

Blue Label fingering weight (80% superwash merino, 20% nylon) in “Poppy”, “Shadow”, “Lilac”, and , “Plum”…


Blue Label fingering weight in “Chestnut”, “Brick”, “Olive”, and “Gold”… (anyone need “dad sock” colours? I’ve got ’em!)


Blue Label fingering weight in “Mallard”, the ever-popular “Lemongrass”, “Seabreeze”, and “Pink Grapefruit”…


Purple Label fingering weight (70% superwash merino, 20%cashmere, 10% nylon) in “Poppy”, “Deep Sea”, “Spruce”, “Midnight”, “Atlantic”, “Charcoal”, and “Natural”…


Yellow Label DK weight (100% superwash merino) in “Frost”, “Cobalt”, “Grape”, “Garnet”, and “Pink Grapefruit”…


Green Label aran weight (100% superwash merino) in “Olive”, “Midnight”, “Gold”, “Poppy”, “Atlantic”, “Shadow”, “Sand”, and “Charcoal”…

TFA yarn always goes fast, so come in soon to squeeze this stuff! 🙂

  • Cleric at Large
    Posted at 13:04h, 24 October Reply

    Oh the “shadow” colourway is just lovely. (when exactly did beige/grey become my favourite colour?)

  • Christina
    Posted at 13:38h, 24 October Reply

    LOVE TFA yarn, may have to make the drive up. I’m sure I can come up with and excuse to add to the stash

  • Doris
    Posted at 15:41h, 24 October Reply

    So pretty! Can’t wait to get my hand on my Silver Label Mulberry Silk in Sand for ar Lakeshore Shawl for my MIL!

    I must say that I am eying the Poppy for a pair of socks. I’m watching Brigadoon this afternoon (a very very old movie) and Gene Kelly is wearing red socks. I’m feeling inspired. A future project perhaps.

    • Karina
      Posted at 11:48h, 30 October Reply

      Since when was Brigadoon colourised? I remember watching it in black and white. I always wondered who made the esthetic decisions about what colour things would be made when colourising a film….

  • blogspot.de
    Posted at 08:45h, 09 May Reply

    What’s up, I read your new stuff on a regular basis. Your writing style is witty, keep up the good work!

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