Our Yarns

You can find all the US stores that carry Juniper Moon Farm Yarns by visiting knittingfever.com and input your zipcode! In Canada, please visit Diamond Yarn.

Zooey

Zooey Yarn Hero

Zooey is a 60% linen and 40% cotton blend with a slight thick-and-thin texture in a DK weight. Zooey is the quintessential Summer yarn and softens up substantially with washing, which is easy to do as it’s machine washable. Zooey premieres with 10 different colors

Zooey Color Card

Findley & Findley Dappled

Findley is our lace yarn, 50% Merino 50% Silk, 100% luscious. At nearly 800 yards, you’ll be super happy that it’s in a ball, rather than a hank you have to wind! The yarn is super smooth with a beautiful sheen. It’s soft, doesn’t split and it feel A.MAZ.ING when it’s knitted up.  Available both in solids and in the patented guaranteed-not-to-pool Dappled version.

Findley Color Card

Findley Dappled Color Card

Herriot

Herriot, named for literature’s favorite veterinarian, is a DK-weight 100% baby alpaca yarn that comes in 10 natural, undyed shades, as well as 10 Heathered shades. It’s deliciously soft and utterly gorgeous– you won’t be able to resist it!

Herriot Color Card

Marlowe

Named for the pastoral poet, Marlowe is a 50/50 blend of merino and silk. It’s loosely spun as a single, which makes it incredibly soft, and the silk content makes the colors absolutely glow. Between the gleaming jewel tones and the warmth of the yarn, Marlowe’s just the thing to keep you cozy through the winter.

Marlowe Jeweltones color card

Marlowe Color Card

Findley Dappled Color Card

Moonshine

Moonshine is a 40% Wool, 40% Alpaca, 20% Silk single-spun yarn and it is just a dream to knit with. You’ll love the depth of color and subtle variation the differing blend lends Moonshine. New for SS2014, 8 new solid colorways and 10 variegated colorways.

Moonshine

Moonshine SS2014 colors

SS2013 Colors

Moonshine Color Card

Sabine

Don’t tell the other yarns, but Sabine is my favorite. I love this yarn so much, because it feels so nice to knit with (due it its blend of Royal Llama, Merino and cotton). Because of it’s subtle tweediness. Because it is really a year round yarn in most of the world. And, last but not least, because it’s named after my sweet dog, Sabine.

Sabine 2014 Color Card

Sabine Color Card

Tenzing

Tenzing is a 85% Merino wool, 15% Yak blend. It’s a sport-weight yarn, which is something that is sorely lacking in the market right now. It’s got a wonderfully soft hand that lends itself well to cables and colorwork. It has a slight halo and we think you’ll fall in love with it.

Tenzing Color Card

DISCONTINUED YARNS

Get them while you can, because the following yarns have been discontinued:

Chadwick

The first thing I want to tell you about this yarn is that it’s named for one of my personal heros. Alan Chadwick was a leading innovator of organic farming techniques and brought biodynamic farming to America.

This yarn is so special, so soft and so lofty that you may never want to knit with anything else. 60% Merino Wool/40% Baby Alpaca. Single ply. 3.5 oz. 202 yards in a center pull ball. And oh my! The colors!

Chadwick Color Card

Willa

A 60% Merino, 40% Super Fine Kid Mohair blend in a bulky weight with an ice cream cone twist. I wanted to make this yarn particularly because so many knitters think they don’t like mohair. I say if you don’t like mohair it’s because you’ve never knit with good mohair. Super Fine Kid Mohair doesn’t have any of the itch associated with lesser quality mohair, it’s gloriously soft and has a lovely sheen.

Willa Color Card

Yearling

Yearling is a 60/40 blend of Merino wool and cotton in a chunky weight. It’s great for quick knitting project and it feels wonderful to knit with.

Yearling Color Card

Is your Local Yarn Store not stocking Juniper Moon Farm Yarn? Let them know that you want to see it! You can let them know that KFI is the distributor so they’ll know who to order it from.