The March Colorways are here!

The We Just Wanna Have Fun Colorway Series - Sporting Events is inspired by members of the Desert Vista Dyeworks Ravelry Group. 


This month we also welcome back March Revisited Colorways of 2012, The Australia Colorways of 2013, The Music in Movies Colorways of 2014, The Roaring 20s Colorways from 2015, The Colors of Books - Children's Books Colorways of 2016, The Colors of Movies - Children's Movies Colorways of 2017, The Crusing the World - Northern Europe Colorways of 2018, The Our Favorite Things - Favorite TV Shows Colorway Series of 2019 and The Twelves Months of Color - March Colorways of 2020.

Pre orders begin February 18th. All orders placed before the end of February will receive a 5% discount. All of these colorways are available through the end March and then will be retired until next year.

 

 

Expanding Your View of Hand Dyed Yarn... One Skein at a Time!

Every skein of Desert Vista Dyeworks yarn is dyed as it is ordered, so you are guaranteed that the yarn you receive was dyed just of you. 

We specialize in themed collections of Self Striping, Variegated, Gradient, and ColorBlock Yarns.

 

Bring Back My ZomBodys! Colorway Series




 

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Updated Shipping Schedule

February 28, 2021

Due to the incredible response this is the current tentative shipping schedule. With the popularity of Rainbows Run the World it looks like we are... Continue Reading

Care of Desert Vista Dyeworks Yarn

Desert Vista Dyeworks uses professional acid dyes on all of our yarns. HOWEVER, being hand-dyed yarn we cannot always guarantee that during the first wash a little dye loss may occur, so don't be alarmed! You can prevent a lot of dye loss by washing all dyed yarns in cold water.

Hand wash all of our yarns using cold water and a color catcher. DVD does not reccommend the use of any type of wool wash until it is determined that there is no bleeding of dye.