A few weeks ago we received an email from Jared Flood which included the most exciting news of all time. Fancy Tiger Crafts was chosen to be one of ten shops in the US to carry his Brooklyn Tweed yarns, Loft and Shelter. We are so honored to be chosen and are thrilled to be able to share this lovely yarn with our customers here in Colorado! Welcome Loft!
Loft is everything you could love in a yarn. It is grown in Wyoming and milled in the historic Harrisville mill in New Hampshire. You can read an extensive look at the mill process here
on the Brooklyn Tweed blog. Loft is a woolen-spun, fingering weight yarn made up of soft and springy Targhee-Columbia X wool. The color palette is heathers in 10 neutrals (you know how I love that) and 22 beautiful hues. The colors are absolutely gorgeous, and the names of the colors perfectly encapsulate their mysterious tweedy shades. Postcard
is a pale tweed that looks like a found stack of vintage french love letters, Foothills
is the color of Leprechaun tears, and Sap
is reminiscent of a Maple Tree Fairy's hair. Can you even imagine what color Old World
is? or Bird Book
?! Here are the 32 tweedy, woolly yarns that are just waiting to become your next project! You will have to stop by to check them all out in person to see just how magical they are.
One of the best things about this yarn is the amazing pattern support. Jared Flood and his team of designers at Brooklyn Tweed are constantly releasing patterns that are sophisticated, smart, and beautiful. Whether you want to knit a shawl, scarf, cardigan, or baby blanket, we can help you find the right Brooklyn Tweed pattern. Jared and Leila were kind enough to send us a few samples to display in the shop to help welcome Loft. Please stop by to have a look at these lovelies in person!
|Burnham Mittens by Leila Raabe|
|Farthing Scarf by Jared Flood|
|Leaves of Grass by Jared Flood|
|Thayer by Leila Raabe|
|Sakura Shawl by Leila Raabe|
|Stonecrop by Jared Flood|
Stay tuned for Brooklyn Tweed Shelter's arrival this summer!
CONGRATS!!! so exciting!! and that palette is delicious
This is wonderful news. Such a fabulous yarn.
What a great photo shoot! You guys are pure genius! Can't wait to use the yarn in some sort of ombre effects pattern to display these beautiful gradient shifts.
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