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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Just delivered a big ol’ shipment of Drama Llama yarn and notion pouches to Wet Coast Wools.

They open early August in Kitsilano and I can’t wait to check out the rest of their selection!

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Black Friday Sale!

Use the code BLACKFRIDAY for 20% off from now until Sunday at midnight!

Go to Drama Llama Knitting Company for handspun and hand-dyed yarn, as well as my new hand-woven pouches which double as a present and wrapping!

And happy month-late thanksgiving to you crazy Americans.

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Love weaving with Noro!

Viridis has a Taiyo Sock warp and a Kureyon weft.

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I have decided that I really really like weaving with Noro.

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More zippy little handwoven bags in the shop, and plenty more to come!


One of the woven pouches I just made is featured on the front page of Vancouver Yarn. Hooray!

That’s one of the reasons I like to make them! The combo of the woolen weave, plus the linen backing and the cotton lining makes them really nice to handle, and they fit quite nicely in most purses/bags. 


These woven pouches or pencil cases are just so cute and such an interesting use of weaving. It would be such a tactile piece


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Hope no one’s getting sick of my woven pouch posts…

Cause I was popping these babies out like the world was ending.


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It’s been a radical week, despite my lack of tumbling!

KnitSocial purchased twelve of my handwoven notion pouches for the goodie bags on their weekend knitting retreat, and I am so pleased!

I never know if people like my stuff, so it was a really great bit of validation for me as a fiber artist.