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Just a Few Weeks Away!

Just a Few Weeks Away!

In a few short weeks, Critical Sheep will have a booth at Maker Faire Milwaukee! How great is this! Critical Sheep’s first foray into the real world and it’s going to be so much fun! So what are we doing to prepare you ask? WHELL! We have nearly 50 skeins dyed up and packaged away …

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Did You Know?

Did You Know?

Critical Sheep is on Ravelry!  Now when you want to start a project with D4 Fingering, you can add the yarn and colorway to your project page! When you upload a picture of your skeins, you might just make it to the featured photos! We’re working on new colorways! Including speckles! You’ve already seen BloodRaven and …

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Colors and News and Events, Oh My!

Colors and News and Events, Oh My!

Welcome to the Critical Sheep blog, Yarn Clippings! Here we’ll be talking about yarn we have coming up, patterns available to use for our yarn, upcoming events and all other manner of fun stuff! It’s been a whirlwind three months since we opened our “doors” in March and we’re looking forward to mixing up some …

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Welcome Swappers

Welcome Swappers

Welcome to the Color Coordinated Swap Members for Ocean and Red Swaps! Use your discount codes and save on your yarn purchases! Looking for Ocean Blue or Red yarns for your Color Coordinated Swap? Look no further than Shinobi or Æther for your Ocean Blue! Warlord and Barbarian offer bold colors of red. Each skein is hand-dyed using …

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Welcome to the flock!

Welcome to the flock!

Critical Sheep is about one nerd making her own mark on the knitting world. When creator Amanda decided it would be a good idea to start hand-dyeing yarn in her Waukesha apartment kitchen and selling patterns on Ravelry, it seemed like it would be a bit of a disaster. Happily, things came together well enough …

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