Drama Llama Knitting Company produces handspun and Hand-dyed yarns, as well as knitting accessories and patterns.

Our dream: By moving towards selling yarn from local-ish, ethically sourced fiber, we hope you bring your sweater a little bit closer (figuratively speaking) to the sheep it came from. (Or alpaca, or goat, or bundle of flax!)

For those about to craft, we salute you.
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keepcompany:

Happy Labor Day!!! Jaspe Homers hit the beach. #handdyed #handwoven #veganshoes

whatisthisyarnidefk:

Iris, 2013

BFL dyed by my lovely friend Tina of Bittersweet Woolery. I bought the fiber at Rhinebeck 2012 and started spinning it right away. Something interrupted me so I finished it in 2013, then entered it into every competition I could manage. It’s a true 3ply and is about a DK weight. I have these two skeins plus three small ones of leftovers.

animalswithfancyhats:

Handspun that will soon be knit into a shawl

helenknits:

My most epic project of all time… a present for my sister and her new husband :D

This project is insanely amazing!

ginger-mancer:

I tried my hand at dyeing a gradient yarn using Wilton food color paste  for the orange and RIT Dye for the black. They ended up looking like Tiger Static, but I like them. 

They’re Halloweeny socks for one of my witchiest friend for Christmas.

Woah I love these. 

inxwell:

Zehnep  |  Handknit blanket (detail)

What became of the Moonrover I spun up recently.

Warp is Cascade 220.

It’s a basic weave but I varied the pick density to create subtle stripes.

I wasn’t sold on this immediately as it came off the loom but it feels kind of rustic and west coast-y which I like.

Finally finished spinning up this roving from Moonrover. 

Can’t wait to weave it up! 

Small human blanket in-progress! 

One square down, 3 and a border to go.