Soft as kittens! This beautiful, all-natural super fluffy yarn is surprising easy to work with, and so luxurious.
The airy halo of this yarn is wonderfully versatile for all manner of projects including sweaters, accessories and shawls. It knits up beautifully on a wide range of needle sizes and can be used as a light DK through to chunky!
A truly lovely blend of baby Suri Alpaca, merino wool and bamboo. Very very soft and strong too! We are totally in love.
Synonymous with high quality, top notch standards and luxurious yarns, Blue Sky Fibers are now celebrating 21 years in the business! We are so happy to stock part of their ever-expanding collection of natural fibers and patterns designed to inspire, excite and delight. We will be varying the ranges offered through the seasons, so if you're a Blue Sky fan, watch this space (and sign up for the Newsletter!).
OUR STORY by Blue Sky Fibers
Creating consciously crafted fibers and patterns is more than just our focus, it’s our passion. Ever since we started with a small herd of alpacas in our backyard, we’ve been committed to making yarn in the best way possible to show off its natural beauty.
And while our exclusive offerings have grown beyond alpaca to include wool, organic cotton and silk, our desire for getting makers of all stripes excited about natural fibers and knitting hasn’t changed one bit. It all winds back to the yarn, ensuring that every precious, handmade hank is lovingly filled with endless inspiration.
Blue Sky Fibers started as a pet project, of sorts. Shortly after graduating college, owner/founder Linda Niemeyer's curious preoccupation with Alpacas led to her buying one. Soon Linda found herself with a lot of yarn on hand. She took it to a nearby yarn store, which was willing to buy and sell it. And the rest, as they say, is history.
Today Blue Sky Fibers is known worldwide for its consciously crafted collection of high-quality natural fibers and patterns. One can only imagine how things might have turned out differently had Linda been obsessed with giraffes instead.