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Broadwick Fibers at Fancy Tiger!

If you haven’t seen Broadwick Fibers before, we know you are going to flip for them!

Broadwick Fibers Hank

This beautiful, handmade Australian Merino chunky wool has the look of raw wool roving with added durability which is perfect for chunky knit scarves, hat and blankets!

Camille McMurry of Broadwick Fibers

As many of you know, we love to keep our inventory from other small business (just like us!) and we have extra special love for any other local Denver businesses. Camille of Broadwick Fibers is cranking out these beautiful hand felted and hand dyed hanks from right here in Denver! In a whole rainbow of oh-so-soft colors, they are hard to walk away from.

Broadwick Fibers Scarves

These versatile fibers look great as accessories!

Broadwick Fibers Cowl

Or if you are looking for a more substantial project, check out Camille’s amazing knit blanket.

Broadwick Fibers Chunky Knit Blanket

We are jumping for joy over Broadwick Fibers! Stop by and give them a squish, or order some online now.

Broadwick Fibers Scarves

Comments on this post (4)

  • Nov 21, 2017

    Hello Becky,
    Thank you for your interest in our Felted Merino Hanks. Each hank is $55 and includes 1lb of fiber. One pound of Felted Merino will knit approximately 340 square inches when arm knitting so you would need about 3.5-4 hanks to achieve a 30" X 40" blanket. They are available in many colors and you can find them on our website (link below) or in-store. Hope that helps!

    https://fancytigercrafts.com/products/felted-merino-wool-hanks

    — Fancy Tiger Crafts

  • Nov 18, 2017

    Want to buy some yarn how much for 1bundle and is 1 bundle enough for a blanket 30×40.

    — Becky

  • Oct 05, 2017

    We do Wendy! We carry 19 different colors. They are available instore and online here → https://fancytigercrafts.com/products/felted-merino-wool-hanks

    — Fancy Tiger Crafts

  • Oct 04, 2017

    Do you carry the Broadwick Fibers Felted yarns in your store? If so how many colors?

    — Wendy See

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