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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
conversation.

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

  • Showroom Open House Dates

    Saturday November 23, 10am-5pm

    Sunday November 24, 11am-4pm

    Saturday December 7, 10am-5pm

    Sunday December 8, 11am-4pm

    Saturday December 14, 10am-5pm

    Sunday December 15, 11am-4pm

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  • WIP's KAL (Ravelry)

    Now's the time to get reacquainted with those projects you began and then set aside. Join us in our Ravelry group for our WIPS KAL  November-December 2019.
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recently published

  • Morticia by Andi Satterlund

    In need of some bewitching drama? Cast on Morticia. This pattern features a fitted bodice with 1960s-inspired full sleeves are worked evenly in mesh stitch until they’re dramatically decreased at the wrist. A deep neckband completes Morticia.
    Details here!

  • Celosia by verybusymonkey

    Celosia are conical, fall-blooming flowers in the Amaranth family, so what better name for a fall sock! These lacy socks are worked top-down and could easily be worked two-at-a-time. There are two options for the instep, one continues the stitch pattern to the toe and the other transitions to stockinette.
    Details here!

  • Big Little Cables by Auntie Marta Studio

    As seen on screen… Cabled hat inspired by popular TV series. Do you love cables but are intimidated by a big project? 
This hat is a perfect starting point. Practice different cables on a small scale and enjoy a warm hat this autumn and winter.
    Details here!

  • Syncopation by Michele Bernstein

    Syncopation is a syncopated brioche asymmetric triangle shawl or scarf, knit from narrow end to wide end. The interplay between the dark rib and light edging is enhanced by the playful dance of the leafy border. Pattern requires 2 skeins of fingering weight yarn in coordinating colors, one skein of each.
    Details here!

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