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Pam Beecy

Love the Harvest colorway!


Beautiful colors! That lavender is awesome! I imagine it must be gentle and soft ! Thank you for sharing! Beautiful


Harvest... with Fire on the Mountain a close second. I love oranges and golds.

Cathy B.

Love the peacock colorway!!! Looks like springtime crocus.


You all are SO incredibly sweet! So happy everyone loves the yarn. I woke up this morning to find that most of my yarn has been cleaned out!! I see a long day of dyeing in my future :)

Andi, your socks came out beautifully. I will have to make a couple more skeins in that colorway!


tthanks for introducing me to this amazing young woman....like you, I try very hard to support the indie artists whenever possible, and this is one I'll be visiting for sure!!!


I like the Lake Superior. Would love to try her yarn.


Hard choice to make as several color ways spoke to me but i think Tulip field won the very tight race.

Katrina Fast

Definitely Harvest. It's a colourway I definitely couldn't wear next to my face,but it would make lovely socks for sure!


I like Thankful. And thank YOU for a nice article!

Gail L.

I absolutely love the LOVE SHACK colour way - the COOL MINT is also amazing! Enjoyed reading about Rachel and how she started out.


My favorite is the Harvest colorway.


So many lovely colorways ~ but I was drawn to the Cool Mint!


I love the lake superior colorway! Its gorgeous. I would also love to see a teal colorway, I bet Rachel would get some great tonal variations of light turquoise to a datk teal flowing through the yarn.


Pretty yarn! I love the colorway Thankful. By the way, I am thankful for your blog!

JD Doyle

Tulip field is really quite striking!


Love, love, love the Fire on the Mountain color way! Thanks for posting & introduction to this new indie dyer.


Thank you for introducing us to Great Lakes Tweed yarns. My favorite colorway is Harvest.


I'm totally a sucker for blues and greens, so that's always where I start in looking at skeins. Clara Fords Roses though is the skein I liked the most. As much as I love the intense colors,I've also really like nuanced neutrals that can be knit up into accessories that go with everything or hold their own in all the great 2 and 3 color shawl patterns being published.

Andrea @ This Knitted Life

I JUST published a post with the very same theme! Go indie dyers!


I love the Cool Mint colorway....so pretty! I would love to see more Love Shack. Thanks for sharing new indie dyers, Andi and thanks for sharing your story Rachel.


Wow, all her colourways are incredible! I love how tonal they are. I think my favourites are Harvest and Fire on the Mountain. Thanks for the giveaway!


I'm currently obsessed with the mustard color family so Harvest is my fave in the shop right now. My favorite yarns and semi solids and tonals so I really want to thank you for introducing us to this shop.


I love Hillside & Thankful. Great eye appeal!

Kristi McLean

Yum! Fire on the mountain is delish! Thanks for the chance to win!

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