father cables

It's been a whirlwind past couple of weeks! The launch of Tolt Yarn and Wool's beautiful book, Farm to Needle: Stories of Wool, that we are so honored to be featured in. We've released our new all American wool yarn base. Mother, the sweet and beautiful heavy lace weight and Father, the true and hardworking worsted. You can find the new yarn dyed up in our twelve Raw Palette colors. Plus, we're gearing up for our wonderful local yarn show, Knit Fit, this weekend that we love so much. It's definitely not boring around these parts.

So, to celebrate the launch of our new yarns and all the commotion, we've put together a free unisex hat pattern perfect for the gift giving season. Lots of twisting cables amongst a neat textured stitch background. It's sure to be a classic and hit for all the deserving knit lovers in your life, or yourself. Enjoy!




Hugs & stitches!



mother & father


To the parents that made our dream a reality,

We are proud to announce our new Mother and Father yarn line, a 100% Domestic Rambouillet sourced from a small gathering of farms west of the Rockies. This is a yarn line that is near and dear to our hearts. It has been a goal even before we began to have something so genuine and true. This is the hard working yarn we have been looking for and so fitting to the parents that have tirelessly believed in us from the start.

Both yarns are an exquisitely spun 3-ply that is round and earthy, yet soft and bouncy to the touch. The new yarn is available in our 12 Raw Palette colors to begin. Mother is a heavy lace weight and yields a nice length of 550 yards in each skein. It will carry you far lengths in a lightweight garment or go the distance in a lace project. Father is the new worsted weight and as the name implies will be strong and hardy. The weight offers 220 yards and is perfect for quick knit accessories or robust garments that love great stitch definition. Our yarns’ namesakes are without a doubt the most relentless people we know, so we think you deserve a yarn as hardworking as them.


This year has been the greatest time of our lives. Traveling across the U.S. with the best team we could possibly put together, our family. Mom and Dad have been here every step of the way. From late nights winding Puppies to long drives in the YOTH mobile to hit our next event. We can’t express our gratitude enough. They will never complain and never allow us to either. They came to America with very little and managed to give us everything we could ever want in life. Told us we could be anything we want in this beautiful country as long as we work hard enough to earn it. This yarn is as dear to our hearts as the couple that inspired it.


Little Brother & Big Sister


coming to you from texas

Sorry we couldn't livestream, but didn't want you to miss all the action!

YOTH Stitches TX from Veronika Jobe on Vimeo.

Hugs & stitches!



endless summer // mexico

I don't have much time to chat, we're headed out the door to Texas, but on my to do list is to post the last endless summer shawl in the series. I hope that you enjoy the pattern and that it brings a little bit of warmth to your crisp days to come. Just two skeins of Little Brother and you've got yourself a lovely new shawl for you or a friend.





Get the Mexico pattern free!

Pictures by my dear friend Kathy Cadigan who is one of the most talented photographers/artists/creators I know.

Happy knitting!



endless summer // sun kissed

Oh, the happy, lazy, sunny days of summer! I've spent the last several weeks at home enjoying time with my family, working on some new projects and restocking our yarns. Not to mention, summer is my favorite time of year. The BBQ's, family gatherings, evening runs to avoid the heat, long days, the dogs don't come in muddy, camping trips, bonfires, days at the lake, cold beers on a Friday night... the joys of summertime.

In celebration of the summer and sunshine, I've put together a new Endless Summer shawl series. I'll be releasing two new shawl patterns over the next few weeks for you to enjoy. I love to knit shawls all the time, but especially during the warm months. They make for great travel companions and I tend to have one or five in varying stages and difficulties always on the needles ready to go at a moment's notice. This lovely series of shawls are a gift from us and are available for free! They're simple and could pair well with a sweet chat with an old friend on the porch or a lovely glass of wine without too much thought or concentration involved. Enjoy!



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This delightful sun kissed shawl uses one skein of our lovely Little Brother and one skein of Madelinetosh Tosh Merino Light or other variegated fingering weight skein to compliment. I don't know about you, but I'm constantly drawn to variegated, striping or fun neon colored yarns, but then I have no idea what I want to do with them. I don't knit socks often, which is a perfect use for such skeins, so I'm always on the look out for great shawl patterns. In my opinion, stripes are the best way of breaking up the spotted, streaked and striped! Our subtle tones of YOTH pair so well with the boldness of the colorful yarns that I love, but don't want an entire sweater out of. I hope that you enjoy this freebie and that it helps you bust through some your stash during your Endless Summer days and nights!

Be on the look out for the next shawl in the series shortly and be sure to tag us in your Endless Summer knitting at #endlesssummershawls. Hugs & stitches!