The Maine Line is a worsted, 100% medium grade wool yarn. This wool yarn is fabulous for both scarves and sweaters, and works well either woven or knitted. We have it available online in 3/8 Sport Weight in 50 g skeins. We are currently expanding this line, and some colors may take 10 days to ship.READ MORE
We’ve put together some of the most popular colors of Jaggerspun Superfine Merino into collections! And by purchasing the collection, you will save 10% on each cone.
Each of these collections are ready to be a warm and fuzzy scarf, shawl, or anything you can dream of wearing. The yarn is soft enough to put next to your skin.
2/18 lace weight, approximately 470 yards per cone.READ MORE
This luscious yarn combines the beauty of silk with the warmth of wool to produce a yarn that is lightweight and lustrous. We currently stock it in 2/18 weight yarn. All colors are available on 1.5, 4 oz, 8 oz or 1 lb cones, approximately 5,040 yards per pound. If you don’t see the color you want, we can special order it for you.READ MORE
Superfine Merino, made from fine Australian wool is a soft, elegant yarn. It has traditional uses in creating garments of the highest quality. It is a true luxury yarn. This yarn will felt when aggitated in lukewarm water: this makes it ideal for uses in deflected doubleweave structures! Dry clean or hand wash in cool water and lay flat to dry. Available on 1.5 oz, 4 oz and 8 oz, and 1 lb cones.READ MORE
This kit contains enough yarn to weave 2 delightfully textured scarves (approximately 8” x 59” after washing). The combination of merino wool and mercerized cotton yarns in both warp and weft, produce a fabric that has a bumpy 3 dimensional texture. These scarves look fabulous with a braided or twisted fringe edge, and adding a beaded edge can make these scarves twinkle! These scarves should be just the beginning of your love affair with things that go bump in the night!
Listen to the Loon! Difficulty level for this kit is Intermediate to Advanced (Two fish). This is a Four or Eight harness kit.READ MORE