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There are ways to be frugal. Waiting for sales, buying from other peoples stash reductions, unraveling ugly sweaters from thriftshops and redying it, ordering millends and mis-dyes online.
Knitting is expensive as you allow it to be.
If you want the high-end designer stuff or organic, yes you're going to have to put more out for it.
There are many alternatives to the pricey yarn that works just as well, though.
I also like Knit Picks for yarn, needles, and books on the cheap.
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