Last week we welcomed Pagewood Farm’s yarns into our store. Pagewood Farm is based in San Pedro, California, and they hand dye all their own skeins using traditional hand dyeing techniques. All their skeins come to them from small mills, undyed, and to their exact specifications. Each yarn blend has been tested and retested before it becomes a part of the Pagewood Farm line.
Their yarns are hand dyed in small batches, colorways of he skeins may vary from batch to batch, and sometime will vary within the batch, depending on fiber blend, weather conditions, and the very nature of hand dyeing. As a result your Pagewood Farm yarn will be a one of a kind, unique creation.
Pagewood Farm grew from Robin and Chuck Page’s love of fiber arts. They mastered the art of spinning 2-ply and novelty yarns. Robin studied under master spinners and dyers to hone her creative abilities and color sense resulting in completely original colorways and novelty yarns. As Pagewood Farm continued to grow Robin developed a unique dye process to create hand dyed yarn colors unlike any other.