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Welcome to the Hazel Knits Website!

We offer a selection of carefully chosen yarn bases - some custom-milled just for us - ranging from lace weight to worsted weight in a wide selection of
spectacular colors. We strive to keep plenty of ready-to-ship colors on hand in most bases, however, should we run low of stock or if you would like a sweater quantity of matching skeins we offer the opportunity to dye-to-order most of our yarn bases to ensure that you can find just the right yarn for your project. Our yarns are also available through our retail partners if you want to see them up close and in person. If you'd like to share the success of your finished work with us or need support for your current knitting or crochet project, please drop by our spirited and helpful Ravelry group and join the

Grab a cuppa, sit back and enjoy a relaxing browse through our yarns. The human eye can identify a million colors. Explore them with Hazel Knits.

upcoming events

  • Tin Can Knits KAL

    Pick your favorite Tin Can Knits pattern and knit (or crochet) with us.

  • Fiber Gallery Trunk Show

    Our annual trunk show with our Seattle yarn shop. All weekend long!
    October 18-19, 2014
    Fiber Gallery

  • Knit Fit Seattle

    Come see our new yarns, kits and colors!
    November 8-9, 2014, Seattle, WA
    Knit Fit Info

recently published

  • Leeside Shawl by Judy Marples

    This shawl is slightly asymmetrical in shape and design but very simple to knit.
    Details here!

  • Nordic Combined by KnittyMelissa

    These two-color cabled socks feature two fun knitting techniques
    combined into one pair of snazzy socks.
    Details here!

  • Kust by Andrea Rangel

    Designed to keep your core warm on chilly bike rides, Kust's casual look is both functional and stylish.
    Details here!

  • Pink Pony Socks by Kim Swingle

    From the diamond star on the front to the braided mane down the back, this design is pure pony, through and through.
    Details here!

  • Orchard Shawl by verybusymonkey

    Orchard shawl is worked sideways in a lacy pattern with built-in i-cord edging that gently shapes the curved crescent-shaped shawl. Because of the structure of this shawl, it’s fully adjustable for a longer or deeper shawl and for any yardage.
    Details here!


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