I’ve been wanting to tell you about today’s featured dyer for so long! An indie dyer after my own heart, Pineapple Yarn specializes in tropical, fun, vibrant colors. Think pastels, pinks, and sparkly loveliness! I’m in heaven with this dyer’s color palette!
Marina once called Hawaii home and those tropical memories are stamped all over her hand-dyed yarn. Now based in South Carolina, Marina’s colorful skeins are still in abundance.
Pineapple Yarn is dyed in a good variety of bases including…
Lani Sock (75/25)
Nani Twist Sock (80/20)
Gold Nani Twist Sock (75/20/5)
Makana MCN Fingering (80/10/10)
British BFL – Fingering (100% SW British Blue Faced Leicester)
Noe Kidsilk Lace (72% Mohair/28% Silk)
Toothy Sport (100% Merino)
Original DK (100% SW Merino)
Lani DK (100% SW Merino)
Original Worsted (100% SW Merino)
Marina’s colorways are so cheerful and bright! They always make me smile! To give you an example: one of her colorways is called Little Paper Umbrellas. And it’s a lovely mix of green, pink, and yellow! Her colorways are original and unlike anything else on the market today!
The Pineapple website is updated fairly regularly and Marina is active on social media, keeping you in the loop.
Ease of Shopping
The website is super easy to use! If you need a sweater quantity of yarn, there’s an easy way to order that. There are also monthly yarn subscriptions if you like to get surprise skeins in the mail!
Marina’s shipping costs are very reasonable.
If you want to learn more about Pineapple Yarn, Marina hosts a weekly podcast in which she talks about all her crafty adventures as well as her dying. I really do enjoy her yarn and hope that she continues to treat us to such lovely, happy colors!