You can find all the stores that carry Juniper Moon Farm Yarns by visiting knittingfever.com. Click on “Find stores selling a particular brand,” imput your zip code and select Juniper Moon Farm!
JMF – SPRING/SUMMER 2013
JMF – FALL/WINTER 2012
Herriot, named for literature’s favorite veterinarian, is a DK-weight 100% baby alpaca yarn that comes in 10 natural, undyed shades. It’s deliciously soft and utterly gorgeous– you won’t be able to resist it! We’ve paired this yarn with a book of colorwork patterns designed by Pam Wynne and Caroline Fryar. It runs the gamut from stripes to intarsia– be on the lookout for it at your LYS!
Herriot is available in 10 natural shades:
Sycamore, Heartwood, River Birch, Walnut, and Talc
Ghost Fern, Bullrush, Granite, Travertine, and Eucalyptus.
Named for the pastoral poet, Marlowe is a 50/50 blend of merino and silk that comes in 10 lovely variegated colorways. It’s loosely spun as a single, which makes it incredibly soft, and the silk content makes the colors absolutely glow. We’ve paired this yarn with a book of charming accessories, designed by Marie Grace Smith. Between the gleaming jewel tones and the warmth of the yarn, Marlowe’s just the thing to keep you cozy through the winter.
Marlowe is available in 10 tonal variegations:
Stanza, Garland, Riparian, Melodious,and Sylvan,
Arcadia, Carpe Diem, Georgiana, Allegro, and Madrigal.
NEW – Findley Fall/Winter 2012 Colors
Dove, Mermaid, Malachite, Menemsha, and Tiger Lily
Garnet, Tyrian, Cocoa, Oyster, and Rappahanock.
JMF – SPRING/SUMMER 2012
JMF – FALL/WINTER 2011
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.
Aberdeen, Merry, Lagoon
Steel, Norwell, Pomegranate
Vitamin C, Bollywood, Concord
Marine, Heliotrope, Aquarium
All photos by Joel Eagle, who is a prince because it’s super-hard to get the colors right.
The colors were designed to work together, so the possibilities are amazing!
Willa was named for Willa Cather, one of my favorite authors.
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. And it comes is 12 lovely colors.
Midnight, Renaissance, Bittersweet
Bloom, Fresco, Atmosphere
Byzantine, Crocodile, Poppy
Hyancinth, Graphite, Serendipity
Tanis has designed ten lace patterns for Findley that totally knock me out. Gorgeous sweaters, gorgeous accessories. You will want to knit them all!
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!
Black Magic, Swimming Pool, Patti’s Pink
Mystic, Clear Skies, Mercury
Indian Paintbrush, Dawn, Hannah
Blush, Clean Sheets, Mississippi Mud
For Chadwick, Tanis has come up with lots of fun, fair isle projects, sweaters and accessories that you will love, but honestly, you can knit anything out of Chadwick and it will become your favorite FO. (That’s knitter talk for “finished object”.)
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.