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Small Business Saturday

November 24, 2018

Celebrate Small Business Saturday with us by helping us support our small vendors! We will be featuring three of our small vendors from around the world, as well as a new local designer. Please be a part of Small Business Saturday and enjoy 20% off all of their yarns!

Our first featured vendor is Handspun Hope, which is a recent addition to our shop, all the way from Rwanda. Their iniative began with just 10 women and has since expanded to 120! To learn more about their story, please see our blog post here. Thanks to Handspun Hope, jobs are provided for families who really need them and we are honored to be supporting them this Small Business Saturday by offering their handspun and dyed organic merino at 20% off!

Another small vendor we are delighted to be working with is Twisted Owl Fiber Studio, based in East Texas. This husband and wife team has amazing customer service and even better hand-dyes. On Saturday only, please enjoy 20% off of our entire Twisted Owl collection!


It wouldn’t be Small Business Saturday without Kraeo, our resident local dyer. In a special collaboration, we are releasing custom kits for the Nightshift by Andrea Mowry. These newly-released beauties (you can see them on Saturday!) will be 20% off, along with our entire Kraeo collection!

We are also featuring one of our customer-turned -designers, Daniel Nunez! Purchase a pattern for the Estela Cowl from us and receive your skein of yarn to make it at 20% off! This one-skein project will be perfect for your holiday gifts. Samples are shown in Primrose Jasper DK and Baah Sonoma.

To learn more about our relationships with everyone above, please read our post here. We are looking forward to supporting our small vendors this Small Business Saturday and we hope you can make it in!


November 24, 2018


Nina Chicago
1256 W Chicago Ave
Chicago, IL 60642 United States
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