Jamaican Me Crazy

Cadillac Ranch

Big Bend Country

Nebula

Hand-Painted Yarns with a Texas Accent

Bashful Armadillo Fibers creates hand-painted yarns inspired by all things Texas, from our wildflowers to the different state regions to the various attractions across the Lone Star State. All applied to a Superwash, Extrafine Merino base in fingering, DK and Worsted/Aran weights. (Photography by Matthew W. Guthrie, used by permission)

Testimonials

This yarn is GORGEOUS!! I love the colors and am so excited to start a project with it!

Sherry W.

The colors are beautiful and the yarn is surprisingly soft. Shipping was super quick too!

Karen A.

This yarn is beautiful! I can’t believe the beautiful colors and quality of the fiber. So happy with my purchase!

Rebecca R.

Stunning! I can’t wait to cast on with this squishy yarn.

Rachel P.

Customer Project Spotlight

How adorable is this garden gnome? Donna Strader, of Cedar Park, Tx, knitted this little guy's body with Bashful Armadillo's Bluebonnet Fingering yarn from the Texas Wildflower Collection. Could he be any cuter!? She combined two patterns. The body, Gnome Pun Intended, and the hat, Nice to Gnome You, both by Sarah Schira with Imagined Landscapes. https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/gnome-pun-intended

Customer Project Spotlight

Cindy Hays of Corpus Christi, Tx knit up these gorgeous socks from her own pattern with Bashful Armadillo yarn, Indian Paintbrush, from the Texas Wildflowers Collection. We are loving these so much!

Customer Project Spotlight

We ran into Lauren R of North Carolina at the Yellow Rose on the Coast Fiber Festival and had to get a picture of her hat knitted with Bashful Armadillo yarn, Cadillac Ranch, from the Texas Attractions Collection. This is the Musselburgh Hat by Ysolda Teague, available on Ravelry, https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/musselburgh . Awesome hat, Lauren!

Customer Project Spotlight

Megan Womble of San Antonio, TX picked up Bashful Armadillo's Winter Solstice and Oh, Wine Knot! at the 2021 Texas Fleece and Fiber Festival and got right on to crocheting this stunning cowl. It's so flattering! Both yarns are 100% Superwash Extrafine Merino in Worsted/Aran weight. Megan used the Monroe Cowl pattern by A Knotty Habit, available on Ravelry at https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/monroe-cowl-2


Customer Project Spotlight

This fade top, knitted by Jan Oakley of Montgomery, Tx, brings together five very different Bashful Armadillo fingering yarns -- Gulf Coast, Modern Skein (a custom yarn for a shop in Montgomery by the same name), Big Bend Country, Painted Desert and Iridescence! Gorgeous! all yarns are 85% Superwash Extrafine Merino/15% Nylon. The pattern used is So Faded by Andrea Mowry of DreaReneeKnits and is available on Ravelry at https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/so-faded.

Customer Project Spotlight

Greens and Purples together are a favorite combination at Bashful Armadillo. So when we found this project on Ravelry, we had to get permission to show it off here. Elizabeth Forester of Bedford, Tx knitted this beautiful brioche scarf with our yarns, Heard it Through the Grapevine and Succulent Garden. She used the pattern Deflection by Carissa Browning, available on Ravelry at https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/deflection. Stunning, Elizabeth!

Customer Project Spotlight

How awesome are these?! Kaberle McCord of Unraveled - The Chic Yarn Boutique in San Antonio, knitted these up in Bashful Armadillo Fingering yarn, Chocolate Fountain. The detail is stunning. The pattern is Cornish Cream Tea Socks by Helen Stewart and available on Ravelry at https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/cornish-cream-tea-socks. Beautiful job, Kaberle!

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