Rainbow Fusions
Simply Crochet|Issue 118
Meet an indie dyer and indulge in a design with their skeins
Karina

Karina learned to crochet after her second daughter was born and wanted some bright and vibrant yarn to suit her child’s personality. Not finding these locally, Karina learned how to dye yarn, drawing on her experience dyeing fabrics and clothing for friends and family. Watching her wool become beautiful finished projects inspired Karina to start Rainbow Fusions in 2014.

OTHERWORLDLY DELIGHTS

As you might expect, Karina gets her naming inspiration from the skies. “The majority of yarn names comes from different types of clouds, rainbows and galaxies. My children also give me inspiration for names and they have named a few regular colours.

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