blue·stock·ing: a woman having intellectual or literary interests
Pronunciation: \-ˌstä-kiŋ\

Function: noun
Etymology: Bluestocking society, 18th century literary clubs

Date: 1790

Welcome to Bluestocking Yarns! Jennifer Morgan is an independent dyer who draws on great works of literature, both classic and contemporary, to produce a diverse collection of colorways. On this page are samples of some of these colorways, and more are always simmering in Jennifer’s imagination.

 

Bluestocking Yarns are ideal for pairs of socks, gloves, fingerless mitts, and small scarves or shawls. Each skein is a generous 400 yards, painted by hand. Variations in colors do exist, so please contact Jennifer directly if you require a larger amount of yarn in the same dye lot.

 

Jennifer is also a fledgling designer, and has produced two sock patterns: Oh, Tannenbaum! and Miss Celie. These patterns are available for purchase as a Ravelry download, or by contacting Jennifer by e-mail.

 

Bluestocking Yarns are stocked at Cornwall Yarn Shop, in Cornwall, NY, and Knit and Be Happy, in New Paltz, NY. Skeins are also available for purchase from Bluestocking Yarns’ Etsy site.

Jennifer Morgan

15 Liberty St.

Walden, NY 12586

To contact us:

 

E-mail: jennifer@bluestockingyarns.com

Grapes of Wrath

Inspired by The Grapes of Wrath

by John Steinbeck

Green Gables

Inspired by Anne of Green Gables

by L. M. Montgomery

Mr. Rochester

Inspired by Jane Eyre

by Charlotte Bronte

Scrooge Reformed

Inspired by A Christmas Carol

by Charles Dickens

Lake of Shining Waters

Inspired by Anne of Green Gables

by L. M. Montgomery

Breakfast at Tiffany’s

Inspired by Breakfast at Tiffany’s

by Truman Capote

Atlanta Burning

Inspired by Gone with the Wind

by Margaret Mitchell

Fraises et Chocolat

Inspired by Chocolat

by Joanne Harris

The Color Purple

Inspired by The Color Purple

by Alice Walker