Oklahoma Yarns – Now Online!

Is it too far to drive to the farmers market in Tulsa but a skein of alpaca/silk would make the perfect scarf for fall evenings? Kids have soccer on Saturdays but you’re craving some llama/bamboo yarn? Are you already planning to knit mittens for holiday presents and need a skein of wool/bamboo?

There are now more yarn options at Lost City Knits! We’ve added our line of Oklahoma Fiber Partnership yarns on these pages –  Wool Yarn Shop, Llama Yarn Shop and Alpaca Yarn Shop. The tabs run across the top of the main page just below the big photo of yarn skeins. The wool, llama, and alpaca fiber for these yarns come from Oklahoma farms, and the fleeces were cleaned, picked, and/or sorted by yours truly.

Here are a few of the new colorways and fiber options that are available –

Alpaca and Tussah Silk in colorway Bacchus – The subtle shades of wine would be a nice accent with your little black dress.

 Llama and Bamboo in colorway Anything But Drab – Aren’t you crazy about this new colorway? It’s a little green, a little brown and a quite gorgeous.

Wool and Bamboo in colorway Sugar Maple – named for the trees in Oklahoma that are most glorious in the fall.

You want undyed natural colored yarn? We’ve got a little of that too!

How about llama with bamboo yarn from a llama called Faun?

Or wool with bamboo yarn from a sheep called Oprah?

The sun is setting earlier every day, and it’s time to get serious again about our knitting. I won’t mention that the Christmas holidays are only seventeen weeks away. I won’t mention it because I’m in denial myself. 

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