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School of Sweet Georgia

School of Sweet Georgia

Sweet Georgia Yarn

Sweet Georgia Yarn

Let’s face it. No yarn name is more familiar, comforting, and evocative than “Georgia” in November. We will definitely see sweaters of all colors, materials, and designs this winter, but how do they compare to what’s around? We took a quick look at some of the best names we found when we scoured the internet.

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)Give your needles some tough love with SweetGeorgia Tough Love Sock! Made from a luxurious combination of strength, color, and warmth, this is the perfect long-lasting sock yarn! This fingering-weight yarn has a color palette ranging from lovely tonals and popping multis to moody jewel tones and scrumptious neutrals - there's a style for every sock project you could think of! SweetGeorgia Tough Love Sock has the perfect yardage to make an average-sized pair of socks plus a little extra for your stash!

Give your needles some tough love with SweetGeorgia Tough Love Sock! Made from a luxurious combination of strength, color, and warmth, this is the perfect long-lasting sock yarn! This fingering-weight yarn has a color palette ranging from lovely tonals and popping multis to moody jewel tones and scrumptious neutrals - there's a style for every sock project you could think of! SweetGeorgia Tough Love Sock has the perfect yardage to make an average-sized pair of socks plus a little extra for your stash! (Source: www.jimmybeanswool.com)

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Hand-dyed colour. It can transport you. Transfix you. Transform you. Since 2005, we've been making exquisite hand-dyed knitting yarns and spinning fibres in passionate, relentless, and unapologetic colours to inspire, educate, and engage our world-wide community of knitters, spinners, weavers, and makers.

Sweet Georgia has always held a sweet spot in my heart. Long ago, back when the knitting internet was young, it was the first yarn company I’d ever seen have colourways inspired by Buffy the Vampire Slayer, and the Willow colour was a green to sigh over. It is the first yarn I ever put on my ‘bucket list’. But I don’t do a lot of splurging on myself so I never did get Willow. Or any other Sweet Georgia. (Don’t worry, I’m getting better at being awesome to myself.) When my very first pattern – Crossed Furrows Cowl – was published, I used the money from the sales to buy 3 skeins of Superwash Worsted and 2 stitch dictionaries. It took a while before I knew what I wanted the yarn to be. And, to be honest, it took a while before I felt ready to knit with something so special. (Source: www.imaginedlandscapes.com)

 

 

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