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Local Artists Are an Important Part of Our Business
Desert Bloom Yarns is a family business dedicated to creating beautiful, luxurious hand-dyed yarns. Each of our colors are named after the beautiful desert plants found in our home state of Arizona.
Dyelicious Yarn is exclusive to Tempe Yarn.
It's “mood dyed”. Each line has its own unique dye technique. With each technique comes creative license to mix dyes magically and randomly. The story goes if you see it, love it, you better claim it before it’s gone.
True Designs Studio is the creative outlet for glass artist, Corri Young. She turns glass into a range of pendants, bracelets, necklaces, plus various items for fiber artists.
Cheryl Griset , Sonoran Desert Yarns, dyes fiber with Sonoran Desert Plants and done Naturally. The plants of the desert are her color palette.
Mon, Wed, Th, Sat: 10 AM to 4 PM
Tue: 10 AM to 2 PM
Fri: 10 AM to 8 PM: Sun: Noon to 4 PM
1415 E University Drive, Tempe, AZ
Phone: (480) 557-9166
Email: info@tempeyarn.com
Tempe Yarn is a proud member of Local First Arizona How to find us.
More Locally Made Items
Woolhalla Tunis (Farm at the End of the Road) is a local sheep breeder who turns the fleece into wonder fibers and yarns. Sonja's products can be found at both Tempe Yarn and online at Arizonayarn.com
Krysten Lewelling has been a craft-oriented person all her life. She uses high-quality, professional supplies and high-end, luxury yarn and fiber blends to make her lovely products.
Prizmystic Fiber Batts

Gecko Gradient full size cakes are dyed with shawls in mind, starting with a small stitch count which increases as you progress through the pattern. The initial color takes up about 10% or less of the entire cake, with each increase in intensity using up a larger percentage of the cake to allow for even color distribution in your finished project.
Carded Batts designed by Sallie are are delightful to spin or felt. Each batt is made with her hand dyed and carded fibers inspired by her travels across the country.
What do you do in Yuma for fun? If you are Melinda from Sundial Yarns, you build a fire and dye yarns of course. Her work is full of color energy.