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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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.


Handspun that will soon be knit into a shawl


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

This project is insanely amazing!


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. 

Small human blanket in-progress! 

One square down, 3 and a border to go. 


Working on a small blanket for a small human.

Hey guys, I have been away from this blog for a while working on some personal projects, but you can still find me on my non-crafty tumblr. 

I am working on a little baby blanket so I will try to remember and post the progress. I am really excited about it! I’m knitting it out of Cascade 220, on 5mm needles, using Garter Stitch. 

As you can see from my sketch there will be 4 blocks in a windmill pattern, each one representing a different season through color. Also planning a small cream border with grey stripes. 



Thank-you all for your patience! As I promised, in order to thank you all for your support in following, here is my newest giveaway. Included is:

  1. Elann Pure Alpaca Fina (2 balls)
  2. Indigo Moon (2 skeins)
  3. Countess Ablaze “King Midas”
  4. 2 random balls from my stash of snowflake & funky
  5. Calef Road Crafts stitch markers
  6. 2 tins of tea from David’s Tea

Must be following me (as this is for you, my lovely followers!). Reblogs only count, feel free to reblog more than once, but try not to annoy your own followers :)

GIVEAWAY ENDS: May 19th 2014

Thanks again!

Hey, my buddy Silver and Jade Yarns is doing a pretty incredible give-away. You should all go follow and reblog so you can get in on the action. 

Yarn and tea! Doesn’t get any better than that. 


Madeline Curry thinks she’s got this superhero business all sewn up with her DIY alter-ego “The Knittrix.” She’s just trying to do her duty and clean up the streets, one slipped stitch at a time, but she’s about to find out that fighting bullies isn’t always black and white. Sometimes it’s hot pink.

The second issue of The Knittrix saga will bring Madeline face to face with a fierce trio of preteens who give her a run for her needles and leave her looking for help from the mysterious Monsieur Du Crochet. Can she defeat the ultra-hip Trixie and her BFF’s or are things about to get a whole lot worsted for our crafty heroine?
Check out The Knittrix Issue #2: “Trixie and The Superbrats” to find out.
Hey all! Unfortunately due to some unforeseen circumstances we are not able to have the Issue #2 print run available at the con - but the comic will be going up online very soon, and you will be able to order a print copy as soon as they are ready. (And they will definitely be with us @ VanCAF in May.)
Keep an eye on this tumblr for updates. 
If you’re in Seattle for the convention though, there’s still lots of awesome stuff going on at table D-4 - posters, buttons and freshly printed copies of Issue #1 - so come and say hi! 
Getting so close to ECCC! We are so stoked. 
Also I am relieved that I don’t seem to be running out of yarn puns.