Woolen yarn has been spun in the water powered, brick mill town of Harrisville since 1794. This small village is nestled in the Monadnock Highlands of southwestern New Hampshire and is the only industrial community of the early 19th Century that still survives in America in its original form.
Harrisville Designs is still owned and operated by John and Patricia Colony. They have been joined by two of their three sons, Timothy and Nicholas, who are interested in carrying on the textile tradition that's been part of their family for generations. "There is a great tradition of textiles in our community and in our culture and we are pleased to share that tradition of quality with our customers."
Peace Fleece dramatically softens and fluffs up with washing and use. We actually throw finished sweaters into a cold gentle wash cycle with very good results. You can also handwash...
DK Weight Woolen-spun American Cormo & Wool This 3-ply American Cormo and wool combine to form a light and airy DK weight yarn that is soft and distinct. 100-gram skein (3.5...
Potholder Loom Deluxe - makes six
There’s probably someone you know who made potholders on a loom like this when they were a child. It’s one of those wonderful old fashioned inventions still popular and useful...
Shetland is spun more tightly on the spinning frames (higher turns per inch) so it is highly durable and will wear better and better every year. Don’t let the crunch...
Woolen-spun American Cormo & Wool Delicate shades of black, created for every mood and marbled with a dusting of color. This 3-ply American cormo and wool combine to form a light...
Each bag has enough loops to make eight 6" x 6" potholders. Please note: Since the colors are mixed together by hand, we can't absolutely guarantee that you will get...