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Terrapin Fiberworks

Blueberry Hill - Preorder

Regular price $26.00 USD
Regular price Sale price $26.00 USD
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Yarn Base

This rich blue-and-purple variegate takes its name from Robert McCloskey's Blueberries for Sal! Kerplink, kerplank, kerplunk--layers of dusty blue, deep navy, and a smidge of berry purple create the impression of a bucket full of Maine blueberries, ripe and ready to be turned into pie. This is the variegate offering for our Pi Day 2024 collaboration with several other indie dyers -- check out the #piedaypotluck hashtag to see what else is on offer!

Blueberry Hill is available on a limited preorder through March 17 or as supplies last. We will ship in 4-6 weeks.

Yarn Bases

--Anacostia Sock--

40% Tencel, 40% Organic Cotton, 20% Elastic

377 Yards, 100 grams


--Atlantic Fingering--

100% Pima Cotton

437 Yards, 100 grams


--Atlantic DK--

100% Pima Cotton

218 Yards, 100 grams


--Chesapeake Fingering--

100% Organic Cotton

437 yards, 100 grams



--Chesapeake Sport--

100% Organic Cotton

164 yards, 50 grams



--Chesapeake DK--

100% Organic Cotton

246 yards, 100 grams



--Chesapeake Worsted--

100% Organic Cotton

164 yards, 100 grams



--Deer Creek Fingering--

*Only available in select colors*

60% Organic Cotton, 40% Linen

383 Yards, 100 grams


--Monocacy Fingering--

100% US Cotton Boucle

440 Yards, 100 grams


--Monocacy Worsted--

100% US Cotton Boucle

164 Yards, 100 grams


--Potomac Fingering--

75% Virginia Cotton, 25% Belgian Linen

340 Yards, 100 grams



--Potomac DK--

75% Virginia Cotton, 25% Belgian Linen

246 Yards, 100 grams



--Severn Fingering--

100% Tencel

437 Yards, 100 grams



--Severn DK--

100% Tencel

246 Yards, 100 grams

Care Instructions

To keep finished objects looking their best, hand-wash in cool water and lay flat to dry.

Each skein is hand-washed thoroughly after dyeing, but please keep in mind that minimal bleeding or crocking can still occur on first wash. A prewash is recommended for projects using multiple colors, especially saturated colors.

As with all hand-dyed yarns, especially plant fibers, slight variations should be expected between batches and even within dye lots. We strongly advise purchasing all skeins for a project at the same time to ensure they come from the same dye lot. It is also best practice to alternate skeins as you work.