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Debbie Stoller introduces new line of 100% natural & affordable yarns
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Jan '10
Debbie Stoller, America's knitting icon and author of the New York Times best-selling "Stitch 'n Bitch" series of knit and crochet books, is launching a new line of 100% natural and 100% affordable yarns.

Stitch Nation by Debbie Stoller offers three new, premium-quality, natural fiber yarns of the type previously only available in specialty yarn shops, at prices so attractive, they'll quickly become needlecrafters' preferred basics. The yarns were developed in partnership with Red Heart from Coats & Clark.

I am so excited to introduce these quality yarns," said Stoller. "The fibers are luxurious and the range of colors for each yarn is eye-popping. Plus, the entire line is supported by contemporary, hip, stylish knit and crochet patterns; a breath of fresh air for today's knit and crochet fans."

Stoller, a "knitting superstar" known for revving up a new generation of knitters, crocheters and crafters, brings the same passion and expertise to her yarn line. Full o' Sheep, a lofty, 100% Peruvian wool in 12 vibrant shades, is perfect for mixing and matching. With tasty colors like Poppy, Clementine, Passionfruit, Honeycomb and Mediterranean, it is a natural for color work and stitches up quickly into stylish fashion scarves, warm hats or cozy throws. It's also great for felting.

Bamboo Ewe combines the exquisite softness of wool with the sheen of bamboo. A silky smooth combo of 55% viscose from bamboo and 45% wool, boasting a luxuriously soft hand, Bamboo Ewe is available in 10 glorious colors including Geranium, Beach Glass, Sprout, and Mermaid, to name just a few.

Alpaca Love, a plush combination of 80% wool and 20% alpaca, offers the hand and properties of a fabulous alpaca yarn without the price tag. This luxurious blend comes in 8 rich colors. It feels and looks wonderful, adding a bit of luxury to a multitude of projects.

All three are medium weight and come in generous 85 – 100 gram balls, selling for under $5 each.

"Finally, there's an affordable option in high-quality yarn. With one stitch you'll discover that Stitch Nation by Debbie Stoller is yarn for people who love yarn," said Stoller.

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