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Where to buy wool yarns and roving

post #1 of 43
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www.fabriconnection.com

www.littleturtleknits.com

www.handpaintedyarn.com

http://stores.ebay.com/id=62675554&ssPageName=L2 (ebay seller)

yellow pages for a local yarn shop

http://www.threadbear.com/

http://www.yarnwear.com/

www.cozystitches.com

www.halcyonyarn.com

www.patternworks.com

www.mysticalcreationyarns.com

www.holysheepyarns.com

www.fullbellyfarm.com (organic)

www.cutofcloth.com/article_wool.asp (info on how wool works)
www.kswpa.com/woolprocess.htm#3 (explanation of superwash)

www.camillavalleyfarm.com/
post #2 of 43
i also like www.elann.com
post #3 of 43
I also like (for fibers, not spun yarn)
www.wierdolls.com
www.thewoolery.com
www.magiccabin.com

cheers
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post #5 of 43
fullbellyfarms.com link doesn't work?
post #6 of 43
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Originally Posted by kerc
fullbellyfarms.com link doesn't work?
Try this

http://www.fullbellyfarm.com/

or more specifically:
http://www.fullbellyfarm.com/wool.html


YUM!
post #7 of 43
I didn't see it listed but I might just have missed it. (kinda rhymed! LOL)

I absolutely LOVE these two:

www.peacefleece.com
www.mysticalcreationyarns.com (sooo yummy to knit with and beautiful colors! Lots of different types of yarn).
post #8 of 43
knitpicks
hand painted- pretty colors and good prices - seacost hand painted yarn
kaleidoscope yarns
the wool peddler
gorgeous handpainteds and kits - Katsara and
danette taylor designs and one more - robin pascal
post #9 of 43
what about WEBS? www.yarn.com
post #10 of 43
A great CANADIAN source:
http://www.busyhandsyarn.com
post #11 of 43
Hello! First time posting here. But I had to chime in.

I really love Knit Picks. www.knitpicks.com They used to sell fine yarns from manufacturers, like the typical yarn store. But then they decided to make their own line. It's very affordable and great quality. I'd give them a shot. It's amazing how low the prices can be.
post #12 of 43
Fabriconnection is no longer doing yarns.
post #13 of 43
My nieghborhood shop's online site:
http://www.woolstock.com/contact.htm

The owner is fabulous and is happy to help with what you can't see on the site. They have such a well-stocked store that I never leave empty handed
post #14 of 43
I forgot to mention http://www.ramwools.com/. They have pretty inexpensive sweater kits along with some expensive ones, if that's your thing.
post #15 of 43
I like www.sheepvalley.com. it a family farm and the yarn is soo nice but a little pricey, $6/4oz
post #16 of 43
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Originally Posted by lovebugmom
I like www.sheepvalley.com. it a family farm and the yarn is soo nice but a little pricey, $6/4oz
Do you have another link? This one doesn't work for me
post #17 of 43
Yarnia at www.yarnia.com has some good bargains on yarn and they carry some natural fibers. Check the closeouts section regularly for the best buys. They are very nice and helpful on the phone.
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post #19 of 43
You can also get raw wool a couple times a year from your local 4-H chapter if you have one.

And make some good contacts during fair season. Last year I was given an entire fleece for free.
post #20 of 43

Beautiful yarns

...At http://www.etsy.com/ you can search for yarn and find some sweet handmade yarns!
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