Woolen Boon Blush
Yarn

Woolen Boon

I’ve drooled over Woolen Boon Yarn for a very long time, browsing the website, dreaming of projects and color combinations.  Finally, this summer, I got to see this gorgeous yarn in person at The Sated Sheep in Dripping Springs, Texas. And, I couldn’t resist a skein!  

Woolen Boon yarn is dyed by Sonya, who relocated to Austin last year.  I love that this dyer is now in my home state!

Woolen Boon Blush

Bases

Woolen Boon offers many bases to cover your knitting needs, including…

Boon Classic – Fingering single ply (100% Merino)

Boon Skinny – (100% Merino)

Boon Rival – Fingering (90% Merino/10% Nylon)

Boon DK (100% Merino)

Boon MCN – Fingering (Merino/Cashmere/Nylon)

Boon Sport (100% Merino)

Boon Worsted (100% Merino)

Boon XL – Bulky (100% Merino)

Colorways

Sonya of Woolen Boon specializes in wonderful speckled skeins.  Each skein is beautiful. On their website, the colorways are organized by color so you can see all the reds together and all the blues together.  I find this really helpful.  

Woolen Boon Blush

Availability 

Skeins of Woolen Boon are sold in many shops, online and in your local yarn store.  If you’re looking for a specific color, their website is almost always fully stocked.  

Ease of Shopping

The Boon website is super easy to use and navigate.  Now, there are Advent calendars for sale, with a Harry Potter Theme.  Sonya loves Harry Potter so if you’re also a fan, this calendar is not to be missed!

Woolen Boon

Shipping Costs

When ordering from the Boon website, shipping is reasonable and comparable to most other indie dyers. 

Conclusion

I will keep checking the Boon website because I can’t wait to see what Sonya dyes up next!  Her colors are just gorgeous!  And follow her on Instagram because her yarn is just so much fun to look at – and drool over!

Be sure to check them out!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.