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SweetGeorgia

Party of Five

  • The trend for complimentary mini-skeins is stronger than ever, and SweetG's Party of Five is no boring wall-flower!

    Made up of 5 delicious 28g skeins of the superstar Tough Love Sock yarn, these perfectly coordinated sets are great for that little pop of colour. 

    Knit these mini-skeins into a striped shawl or colour-blocked cowl… ombré socks or fair isle hat… the possibilities are endless!

  • Ingredients:
    80% superwash merino
    20% nylon

    Length:
    5 x 96m (105yd)
    Total of 480m (525yd)

    Weight:
    5 x 28g
    Total of 140g

    Gauge:
    Fingering/4-ply
    2 - 2.25mm (US 0 - 1)
    8 sts = 2.5cm (1")

  • More than a decade of colour

    HANDCRAFTED COLOURS CREATED IN VANCOUVER, CANADA

    Passionate. Relentless. Unapologetic Colour.

    Founded in 2005 by Felicia Lo, SweetGeorgia Yarns is an artisan yarn company that is passionate about bringing you stunningly saturated colours, luxurious natural fibres and performance yarns of the highest quality.

    Based in Vancouver, Canada, we design and distribute an exclusive collection of hand-dyed yarns of fine merino wool, silk, mohair, and cashmere in every weight from lace and sock to sweater and chunky yarns.

    More than a decade has passed since I dyed my first skein of yarn at my dining room table. Today, our yarns and fibres are hand-dyed at our studio in Vancouver, Canada by an incredible team of passionate and skilled artisans.

    Over the years, the things we collectively believe, practice, and value have converged and interwoven to become the fabric of “SweetGeorgia.” For many, SweetGeorgia has become synonymous with vibrant colour and luxury yarn. But for us, it’s about more than yarn. Our mission is to transform people through the power of colour and craft.

Colour
Firelight
Blueberry Cobbler
Botanica
Candy Shop
Cobblestone
Graphite
Hearth
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