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Happy Fuzzy Yarn at TNNA

Welcome to Happy Fuzzy Yarn! I make yarn and fiber for people who not only like yarn, or even love yarn. I make yarn and fiber for people who lust after yarn. People who are obsessed with yarn. And by “are obsessed with” I mean “want to roll around naked in.”

Does that sound like you? If it does, you know what I’m talking about. And you’re in the right place. This is where you’ll find handspun yarn that will make you drool. Hand dyed yarn that will make you moan. And fiber that will make you blush.

~ Riin Gill, Fiber Artist and owner of Happy Fuzzy Yarn

mimicry

Yes, it’s 1000 degrees outside, but in a few months you will want to wear this scarf!

I know it’s 1000 degrees outside, but in a few months it will be cold. Honest! You’ll want to wear a scarf then! If you knit a scarf now, you’ll have it when you want to wear it. Planning ahead. I know, it’s radical. Plus there’s always, you know, ahem, holiday knitting. Our newest scarf …

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Ishtar

Do you like cables? Do you like hats? Check out our new Ishtar Hat pattern!

If you like cables and hats, I have a hunch you’ll like our new pattern by designer Carol Ullmann. Ishtar is a Babylonian goddess, representing the forces of love and war. She is passionate, powerful, fearless, and feared. Carol’s friend Alison, who is both strong and incredibly nurturing, inspired the making and naming of this …

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black

What’s the point?

I was going to upload another pattern today, but I’m too depressed. This week’s headlines are just too much. Even though it’s just more of the same, it’s just TOO MUCH. I am so sick of people being murdered because of their skin color or their religion or their sexual orientation or their gender identity …

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hat-back

Swirly Curly Beret

Need to get started on holiday knitting but don’t want a lapful of wool? How about a hat? Swirly Curly Beret uses Happy Fuzzy Yarn DK Merino. It’s an octagonal beret, knit from the center out, using the magic loop technique. The first few rounds are tricky since there aren’t very many stitches yet, but …

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