We are excited to bring you Anne Hanson’s Bare Naked Wools yarns for a limited time! Stop by and shop this trunk show. Once it’s gone, it’s gone!
About Bare Naked Wools
Known for her vast experience in knitting design, fashion, and graphic design, Anne Hanson’s designs incorporate her knowledge of fit and fiber to create beautiful patterns that are perfect for any knitter. While her designs have always sought to really bring out the best in independent wool dyers, she decided to develop her own selection of yarns with Bare Naked Wools. Each base is carefully crafted with only natural fibers, completely free of any dyes and instead allowing the fiber to speak for itself.
The Bare Naked yarns available at fibre space™
Confection Worsted is a 100% Corriedale wool with 210 yards in each skein. This squishy soft wool is perfect for your fall and winter accessories. Cozy and soft, each skein sells at $30 a skein.
Both Stone Soup Fingering and Stone Soup DK combine a variety of animal and plant fibers to create a tweedy look and texture that still maintains great stitch definition. Nothing about this yarn is average. With 80% wool, 15% alpaca, 3% “other,” and 2% plant fiber, Stone Soup is a unique blend of Rambouillet, Columbia, Lincoln, Navajo-churro, alpaca, silk, bamboo, tencel, Bison, and Llama. Soup so special is it’s unique blend of Rambouillet, Columbia, Lincoln, Navajo-churro, Alpaca, silk, bamboo, tencel, Bison, and Llama. Stone Soup Fingering is 475 yards for $32 per skein while the DK comes with a generous 300 yards and is priced at $30 per skein.
Who doesn’t need a nice sweater jacket for colder weather? Knit a Jackie to keep you warm as the temperatures start to drop.
Pick up a couple skeins for a beautiful Hazard wrap. This classic pattern is easily customizable for different sizes, making a perfect wrap or throw blanket depending on your needs.
One skein would really show off the pretty cables in Black Tea plus, this classic slouch hat would show off the great natural color of the yarn.
Stone Soup Fingering
There are so many amazing patterns out there perfect for Stone Soup Fingering, with tons of options. This yarn really works for a little bit of everything including fair isle and cables. Pick sweaters or accessories and Stone Soup is sure to cut it. Personally, I’m loving the idea of a Fringetree Shawl.
Stone Soup Fingering is perfect for fair isle and I’m thinking a Herrington would be kind of dreamy.
I love using CustomFit to make sweaters that really fit me perfectly but sometimes it’s nice to have a little help with the design. That’s where recipes like Shifting Sands Cardigan come in handy. I’m thinking Stone Soup Fingering would work up great for this! Just blog in the recipe specifics with your measurements and swatch and you are on your way!
Stone Soup DK
I have so many plans for Stone Soup DK! First up, though, I’m thinking a simple beanie with a twist, like Polartore, might be perfect!
Anyone who’s talked to me around the shop knows I’m a little – maybe alot – obsessed with the BlueSand Caridgan. It’s just so darn cute! I’ve been looking for the perfect DK wool for this cardigan forever and I think some Stone Soup’s great neutrals would be perfect!
We are starting to get closer to scarf weather you’ve got to love a pattern like Wake and Eddy which is perfect for either a scarf or a cowl, depending on how long you want to make it and weather you want to seam it.