February 25, 2023 1 min read

Photo of Natasha against a light burgundy background. She has a flower an orange, red, and purple flower crown on her head and is wearing a Doodler Shawl by Stephen West. White YAL flower graphics have been added around her.
Natasha is the creative mastermind behind Artemis Yarns. She grew up in an artistic household in Toulouse, France meaning her childhood was filled with museums, antique sculptures, paintings, and greek mythology.
After discovering hand dyed yarns in 2016, Natasha started experimenting with her own playful colourways, planting the seed for Artemis Yarns. She went on to discover the endless possibilities offered by the combination of colours with yarn bases and textures and was thrilled to share her vision with avid crafters.
Artemis Yarns is the combination of Natasha’s multiple inspirations. Natasha’s dyeing process is deeply rooted in her love for paintings, literature, architecture, and pop culture. Natasha is especially captivated when working on satisfying fades, making her colour palette perfect for that lovely faded project you have in mind. We especially love her attention to detail with all of the subtle speckles and nuanced tonal colourways. You're sure to find a harmonious palette and beautifully blended colour progressions with their vast array of hand dyed colourways.
Artemis Yarns is all about delicate yet vibrant colours with an eclectic range of gorgeous flowery pops of pastels and deeper tones. We cannot wait for you to discover the majestic colour story told by Natasha’s skeins this YAL season.
Natasha is very conscious about using the best quality and most ecological wool she can, sourcing fibre that has been ethically farmed and is mulesing-free.
Natasha’s favourite flower is the Hellebore, a one-of-a-kind winter bloom ranging from white to a rich dark burgundy.