Blue Sky Fibers Yarns
Our selection of the highest quality fiber yarns includes luxurious baby alpaca, premium pure wools, silk, organic cotton and unique blends in endless textures and colors. All of which reflect our signature aesthetic and commitment to providing you with the absolute best.
Spud & Chloë Yarns
Baa baa Blue Sky, have you any family-friendly wool? Yes, indeed we do. Spud & Chloë unique blends of wools, silk and organic cotton fibers are machine washable, come in bright colors and are supported by quick, easy-peasy knit and crochet pattern collections.
Blue Sky Fibers Patterns
From hats to mittens, scarves to sweaters, here's where you'll find a pretty comprehensive collection of easy-to-knit patterns from start to finish.
Spud & Chloë Patterns
Beginner? Old pro? We've got plenty of fun, easy-to-knit pattern designs for knitters and crocheters of every skill level available for you to download.




June 8, 2012

Our brand new, sumptuous yarn…Metalico!

Libby shimmers in her Metalico hairstyle.

Blue Sky Alpacas Metalico is a shimmering blend of 50% naturally occurring shades of baby alpaca and 50% mulberry silk, available in six colors; genuine whites to silvery grays and flecked golds. A sport weight yarn available in 147 yard shimmering braids. This hairstyle is going to twinkle and glow on the TNNA catwalk.

Metalico’s subtle palette; colorways provided by nature.

Without the use of dyes, Metalico colorways come straight from the alpaca.

Metalico is available in:

Platinum, an engaging gray that is deep and full bodied.

Silver, a delicate tone of gray with an elementary polish. (Libby is sporting this color).

Opal, is luminescent like its gemstone namesake.

Flint, has subtle notes of brown and silvery gray.

Cinnabar, has warm gold tones.

Gold Dust, is a soft, warm brown that bewitches.

The Metalico Pattern Collection features four elegant designs. Both the Metalico Pattern Collection and yarn will be available at your favorite local yarn store by the end of June.

Just keep knitting, knitting, knitting…


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