Blue Sky Fibers

Consciously Crafted Fibers & Yarns

Shop this collection of natural fibres designed to inspire, excite, and delight an ever-growing community of knitting enthusiasts.

We are proud to carry a selection of Blue Sky Fibers consciously crafted, luxury yarns. 

  • Livonia Shawl Winter 2022 KAL
    Livonia Shawl in Blue Sky Fibers Skyland available at Green Gable Alpacas
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    $145.00
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  • Blue Sky Fibers | Skyland | DK
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    $31.00
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    $31.00
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  • Blue Sky Fibers | Brushed Suri | DK
    Sweater knit in Blue Sky Fibers Brushed Suri alpaca yarn available at Green Gable Alpacas.
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    $20.00
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  • Blue Sky Fibers | Metalico | Sport
    Cowl knit in Blue Sky Fibers Metalico alpaca yarn available at Green Gable Alpacas.
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    $21.00
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  • Blue Sky Fibers | Suri Merino | Worsted
    Two-toned knit cape in Blue Sky Fibers Suri Merino alpaca yarn available at Green Gable Alpacas.
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    $29.00
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    $29.00
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  • Blue Sky Fibers | Extra | Aran
    Hat and cowl knit in Blue Sky Fibers Extra alpaca yarn available at Green Gable Alpacas.
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    $33.00
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    $33.00
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  • Blue Sky Fibers Forest Lake Hat & Cowl Kit
    Blue Sky Fibers Forest Lake Hat & Cowl knitting kit available at  Green Gable Alpacas
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    $129.00
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    $129.00
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