The Websters


  • Introducing Brooklyn Tweed: Shelter

    While Shelter is second to join us here in Southern Oregon, it was the first yarn to come out of the mind and mills of Brooklyn Tweed. Shelter is the yarn Jared Flood dreamed up while living in New York City. An avid knitter and photographer, his quest for the perfect yarn lead him to try spinning, and eventually to create his own domestically sourced yarn.
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  • Gradient Sets by Fiberstory

    Gradient sets are all the rage right now, but it has taken us a while to find one that we couldn't live without... and then we discovered Fiberstory. Sarah Freitas is a Michagan based yarnie, and the instant we saw her soft, sophisticated Gradient Yarn Sets we were head over heels. These packs include 7 mini skeins that are tonal variations on a single color, dark to light.
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  • Explore Winter with Rowan

    For decades, Rowan magazines have graced us twice a year with a look at the design and texture, the art and history of our craft. Their designers and photographers travel the world to find fresh pockets of inspiration and knowledge, showcasing them in these beautifully bound volumes that are as suitable for display as they are for education.
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  • Explore the new Shibui Dune

    One of the best things about autumn is all of the new yarn; one of the best new yarns is Shibui Dune.
    Shibui chose the turn of the seasons to introduce this splendid DK weight yarn; a brilliant blend of baby alpaca, baby camel, and silk.
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  • Happy Hour with Habu and Cocoknits

    Our passion for Habu Textiles comes from many things; their unique fiber blends, their innovative fabrics and designs, and above all, their joyful, stylish, hardworking creator, Takako. Takako brings her yarns and garments to life, and her enthusiasm is contagious. Come meet her, see the yarns, and view the trunk show of her visionary clothing line, ripins.
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