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PFD (prepared for dye) Yarn Sources

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    PFD (prepared for dye) Yarn Sources

    Over the years, when time did not allow time to spin enough yarn for a project, I have enjoyed using the "Naturals" by Kraemer -
    Their yarns are available from many sources - no affilation, just a long time satisfied customer. Besides, they are really nice people.
    https://patternsbykraemer.com/collec...ducts/naturals
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    #2
    That's a lot of options! Thanks for posting this for us.

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      #3
      wheat Wow! It's great to have so many options at reasonable prices. Sometimes I end up dyeing natural colored yarn that I have in stash, but that's expensive since I've usually paid about the same for that yarn as other stash yarn...mostly hand dyed. Thanks for sharing.

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        #4
        I've ordered from Wool2dye4 and been very satisfied with their yarn and service. I don't sell yarn so I don't want to buy in huge quantities. Wool2dye4 has two sales per year when they sell five packs instead of their normal 10 skeins per package. If you think you might be interested, you can sign up for their email notifications.

        https://www.wool2dye4.com/
        Naperville, IL - Growing Zone 5

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