I know there are a million yarn clubs and subscription boxes out there, but there’s nothing like this! I’m combining art, writing, teaching, patterns, and surprises for you all in one box. – Designer Donna Druchunas
But I don’t have time to knit all these projects?
The subscription box would be a great gift to a fellow knitter & you can cancel anytime.
Now in our third year!
We will be working with 100% wool. Sourced locally in Vermont and processed with mills located in the Northeast of the US.
Sheep Breeds: Montadale Cross | Dorsett/Finn | East Friesian | Romney | Some yarn may be blended with Alpaca.
Colors in shades of: Blacks, Whites, Tan, Gold, Brown, Blue, Dark Green, Teal, Ruby Red. All colors will be variegated & hand painted.
Yarn Weights: Fingering (1), DK, Worsted
Weight: 100 grams in each skein. Enough yarn to compete the project.
We work with a local shepherd at Cloverworks Farm in Albany, Vermont. The fiber is collected from local sheep breeders in upper Vermont & spun at local mills in Vermont & northern New York. We support our local farmers.
Shawls | Wrist Warmers | Cowls | Shawlettes Pattern illustrations coming soon.
Patterns are loosely based on Lithuanian knitting. Patterns will match the Lithuanian Folktale stories & colors. There are two projects this year that will have colorwork.
You will have an option to purchase extra skeins in which you can create either a larger version of the project OR a separate matching project.
For example: A bigger cowl, or a matching hat (patterns included)
- A one skein (custom dyed) yarn project with option to purchase second or third skein.
- A collectable stitch marker in each subscription box
- Illustrated Lithuania folktale story booklet by Donna Druchunas
- Printed pattern booklet that includes charts.
- A surprise item from the country of Lithuania (bookmark, sample yarn, etc.)
- A printed collectable oracle card
Custom dyeing, story booklet, pattern, and oracle cards are all designed and created by knitting Designer Donna Druchunas.
All professionally printed in the USA.
How Do Payments Work? Online Classroom About Designer Donna Druchunas Look at Past Projects
Small, all-over repeating geometric patterns are the oldest knitting designs found in Lithuania. Squares, stripes, zigzags, chevrons, diagonals, diamonds, lattices, and crosses are all well represented. Some of the designs, especially when used in particular combinations and in certain colors, are uniquely Lithuanian, while other patterns are ubiquitous, found wherever stranded color knitting is made. Although many designs may seem to be arbitrary or purely abstract, the shapes actually have meaning in the context of Lithuanian folk art dating back to the Stone Age.Designer Donna Druchunas
These are introductory prices till March 31st, 2021. Save $5.00 today!
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