Orange Jellyfish Dream

creative fibre supplies & designs


Uniquely inspired colors and designs


The Fibre

The expectation for OJD Fibre is to provide high quality content and the softest touch. Bold and perfectly saturated colors are often paired with beautiful photographs sharing the inspiration. The unique colors are blended using only professional quality acid dyes. OJD is also working directly with certain mills to access more unique content & weight options, as well as knowing sources. 

Style & Quality

All products are created with care and attention to detail. Orange Jellyfish Dream strives to create original works of art and each item will be unique in its own right. All repeatable colorways will have variances due to the handcrafted production but many steps are taken to ensure these are limited. 

The studio space used for OJD is shared with pets, however, they do not come in contact with any of the fibre or supplies. 

Custom Orders

Custom orders are available in most cases and require a minimum purchase. Please contact me to discuss the details.

Interview

If you are interested in more information about OJD please check out my interview with Kim & Tina for the Needle Junkie's Podcast Episode 3 here.

FibreShare 

You can find Orange Jellyfish Dream's Monday Maker Feature from FibreShare on November 15, 2015 here.

Yarn Bases

Sock: 462 yds/100 g 75% Superwash Merino/25% Nylon

Sparkle Sock: 438 yds/100 g 75% Superwash Merino/20% Nylon/5% Stelina

Silky Sock: 438 yds/100 g 70% Superwash Merino/30% Silk

Single Fingering: 400 yds/100 g 100% Superwash Merino

Fingering: 438 yds/100 g 100% Superwash Merino

BFL Fingering: 400 yds/100 g 80% BFL/20% Nylon

DK: 250 yds/115 g 100% Superwash Merino

Single DK: 252 yds/100 g 40% Baby Alpaca/40% Merino/20% Silk

Single DK: 240 yds/100 g 100% Superwash Merino

Worsted: 218 yds/100 g 100% Superwash Merino

Super Bulky: 76 yds/100 g 80% Superwash Merino/20% Nylon

Photography

All photography is provided by Sarah Raasch Photography and is copyrighted.

All photographs are taken to capture the natural color of the yarn, most often natural lighting is used and the photos have not been enhanced or edited. Photos are selected to best represent each colorway but variations will occur based on the differences in monitors and dye lots. 

 


 
“be proud to wear the color that you call your own
— cheena mae oralde