Thursday, September 22, 2016

Of Pigskin & Paco-Vicuna

For us, fall means the final push of fiber festivals: our next stops are Oregon Flock & Fiber 9/23-9/25 and the Taos Wool Festival 9/30-10/2. We’ll have all of our new Indie Dyer colorways, which have never been seen before at either show - be sure to stop by to check them out if you’re attending! 


Fall also means supporting other great fiber related events such as trunk shows and KALs. If you missed our last blog post, click here to find out about the KAL we’re hosting in our Ravelry group for a new pattern, the Molten Metal Cowl

Discounted project kits are available for the Molten Metal Cowl!
We’re also sponsoring the Pigskin Party KAL, which just kicked off earlier this month and lasts for
the duration of the NFL football season (September 8, 2016 through February 6, 2017). You don't need to be a sports fan to join in the fun, and knitters, crocheters, weavers and spinners are all welcome. Click here to learn more about this KAL.

Here's the fun part: we've got some special deals cooked up just for participants!! Now through the Superbowl (2/5/2017), enjoy 15% off your yarn and fiber purchases at bijoubasinranch.com - just enter pigskinparty16 at checkout.

You can earn points for the KAL by making your project using NFL team colors, and we've got a special deal on Broncos-inspired colors in our Lhasa Wilderness and Himalayan Trail yarn bases, just to make things easy for you!


Last but not least, we’ve added our luxurious Paco-Vicuna yarn and fiber to our online store! Previously available only in our booth at fiber festivals, these exquisite fibers can now be found here in our shop - and yes, your purchase will earn points, provided you have signed up of course (and if you haven't, what are you waiting for?!).


Trust us: you haven’t experienced true luxury till you’ve tried Paco-vicuña. Paco-vicuña are a cross between alpacas and vicuñas and have existed for some time in small quantities in Chile, Peru, Bolivia, and Argentina, with very few currently in the United States. Paco-Vicuñas have super-fine fiber like the wild vicuña, but with somewhat longer and denser fleece like the alpaca. We’ve just added Paco-vicuña yarn and fiber to our online store. We work with a Colorado farm called Jefferson Farms to source the highest quality fleece and fiber! Choose from several natural colors in Grades 0 and 1 here in our online store.


We hope you’ll share your fall projects made with our yarn & fibers with us on your social media channel of choice - be sure to use the #bijoubasinranch hashtag in your post so that we can see what you’re making!

1 comment:

  1. I hope you enjoyed the festivals. I love the last picture. You could title it "Yarn: the early years"

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