Your guide to Valley Yarns patterns & yarns

Published on 29 September 2021 2 min read

From the heart of the sweeping Pioneer Valley in Western Massachusetts comes Valley Yarns, a sublime yarn and pattern collection created by WEBs - America's Yarn Store. Boasting quality fibre and beautiful blends, each classic yarn is available in a palette of rustic shades that are perfect for making garments you'll love to wear day after day!

Meet the yarns

Valley Yarns introduces a bundle of exquisite affordable yarns that you'll love making with. The Valley Yarns Superwash Bulky and Superwash Aran are made from 100% merino wool for moreish everyday crochet and knitwear. Brilliant for snuggly jumpers and blankets to keep you toasty in the colder months!

Meanwhile, worsted Valley Yarns Haydenville, named after the charming town, blends merino and acrylic for a sublime stitch definition that's great for colourwork, fairisle and intarsia. If it's luxury you're after, the delicate blend of kid mohair and mulberry silk in Valley Yarns Southhampton is just the thing for elegant shawls, fizzy berets and unforgettable accessories in a variety of tangy and wholesome shades!

Meet the patterns

With the cold weather creeping in, Valley Yarns have dozens of warm and cosy patterns to hunker down with. Whether you're searching for a snuggly jumpers, a winter blanket or classic accessory, there are so many beautiful designs to choose, each inspired by the natural landscape of the Pioneer Valley!

Gorgeous Valley Yarns cardigans

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Valley Yarns jumpers inspired by the great outdoors

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Beautiful Valley Yarns blankets and shawls

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Timeless accessories by Valley Yarns

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Kids patterns from Valley Yarns

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Menswear from Valley Yarns

And There's So Much More! Discover The Whole Valley Yarns Pattern Collection

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