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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 stockists 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.

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upcoming events

Showroom Open House Dates 2020

Presently we are fulfilling web orders and can schedule appointments for local parking-lot pick-up. We will reopen our showroom when we have the green light from our city.

WIP's KAL (Ravelry)

Time for another knitalong! And we have two great options for this one. We'd love to have you join in the fun.

The themes for the July/August KAL are:

EARTH SCIENCE: knit or crochet any pattern related to weather, water or rocks

GREEN: choose any pattern and use any of our greens (at least 50% of project).

THEMED COLORS: Use a colorway whose name rename reflects one of the themes (at least 50%).

You can participate by incorporating either of these themes or go for a double entry by combining both themes into one project.

You can find all the details and some great project ideas in our Ravelry group. (link will take you off the website in new tab)

recently published

  • Toiybe by Erica Sufka

    As you travel across the country side the mountains seem as though they go on forever. When the summit is finally reached and you gaze out across the wilderness, there across a valley reaching for the sky is another mountain range. This hat is named after one of the many mountain ranges in the state of Nevada.
    Details here! (link will take you off the website in new tab)

  • Light Years by Heidi Nick

    Things are crazy for everyone right now and the word we foremost in our minds these days is “corona”. When I was thinking of a name for these, I looked up the definitions of corona and it has a range of uses, including astronomical, anatomical and botanical. The botanical application of this term refers to parts of daffodils, genus name Narcissus, and so the name was chosen.
    Details here! (link will take you off the website in new tab)

  • Adelita by Dee O'Keefe

    Adelita is a top-down, semi-circular half pi shawl which features three harmonious botanical lace patterns—cloverleaf eyelets, horizontal leaf lace and vertical twig lace. The predominance of stockinette stitch which surrounds the lace pictures painted by the yarn overs in all three patterns gives a contemporary flair to the design itself and adds coziness and warmth to the shawl.
    Details here!

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