Remember how in elementary school, Crayola had a color called yellow-green and another, different color called green-yellow? I like to think about the person who had to argue to another, different person, that yes, we need both, and here’s why. They might have mentioned how the human eye can see more variations of green than another other color. I hope that yarn people will enjoy that fact and bathe in the lurid chartreuses and oozy chlorophylls of my very first colorway collection.


Fiction Fiber is a shop for hand dyed yarn, and home of a literary zine about an extraterrestrial color forager and yarn dyer.

CURRENT ISSUE: Fanny Gets A Boyfriend; Or Does She? No. 1

Trying to Make Out

Sent to Earth to forage aberrant colors to send back to her home planet of Zoog, Fanny really just wants to make out with Danny, a volunteer UFO field investigator who helps her on weekend color expeditions in the woods. Unfortunately her interspecies make out dreams are continually dashed by Danny’s total focus on welding and alien research. Of mild additional concern, Fanny’s roommate, avid knitter and crocheter Rooth, begins to uncover Fanny may not be as human as she seems. Then Danny seems interested for once–but can it be trusted? Get ready for too many thoughts on the color chartreuse from Fanny, overly numerous dead plant babies from Rooth, and a full understanding of the differences between various types of welding helmets courtesy of Danny.

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As an indie yarn dyer, my mission is to bring deeply involving colorway collections that inspire fiber crafters as much as the stories they consume! I hope that each new colorway collection gives you the chance to feel that you are entering a new realm.

This yarn is dyed for you: yarn fiends of all backgrounds, all races, all genders, all sexual orientations, and all sizes.