Hi! I'm Jackie, the artist behind Luna Grey Fiber Arts. I am lucky enough to call the high desert of western Colorado home. Most days you can find me running around with my two wild and crazy boys or hiking with my rescue dogs. I love mountains, margaritas and of course knitting! One of the most rewarding ways that I spend my time is volunteering as the social media director for the group RezDawg Rescue, a Colorado based rescue organization that secures loving homes for unwanted dogs and cats from the reservation lands of the desert southwest.
My hand dyed yarn studio specializes in unique hand painted and kettle dyed colorways on high quality, natural fiber yarns. Environmental responsibility is very important to me. Therefore, an ethical supply chain has been established ensuring that my wool yarns are sourced from muesling-free farms in the UK, Argentina, Uruguay and small family farms in the mountains of Peru.
Water conservation practices are in place in the dye studio to reuse water whenever possible. And, all dye baths are exhausted 100% to ensure no dye is washed down the drain. All yarn is pre-soaked and rinsed following dyeing in Eucalan - a gentle, unscented, non-toxic wool wash. Further, no plastic wrap is used during the process of creating my hand painted colorways.
Luna Grey Fiber Arts hand dyed yarn can be found in several retail yarn boutiques. Colorado folks can see my goods at Maker + Stitch in Edwards, Colorful Yarns in Centennial or Knit Knook in Conifer. On the east coast? Pop in to Frame & Fiber in Point Pleasant, NJ!
Please note that all yarn is meticulously dyed by hand in small batches. No two skeins of yarn are exactly alike. And, that's just the way I like it!
You can learn more about my business here.
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