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    Bronze yarn

    *Z*
    Thu Sep 06, 2012 9:15 pm
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    Does anyone know where I could find Bronze yarn? I found some from Bernat & Vanna's Choice online, but it's pretty expensive and I would have to buy the other color (blue) in the same yarn so the scarf would look right. Red Heart made a Bronze yarn but it is discontinued.
    Molly53
    Thu Sep 06, 2012 10:23 pm
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    Have you tried Ebay, Z?

    Also, try www.discontinuedbrandnameyarn.com/shop/
    This online store buys stock from yarn stores that are closing as well as stock of discontinued yarn from manufacturers.

    You can often get even better deals if you buy the yarn by the bag, which is great if you need a lot of yarn for a project. And if you're just looking for good deals on yarn and don't care what you get, this site's grab bags are a lot of fun.

    Hancock Fabrics has some Bernat on their website: http://www.hancockfabrics.com/Super-Value-Solid-Yarn---Bronze-Bernat_stcVVproductId105119216VVcatId539741VVviewprod.htm

    ETSY DE-STASH SITE

    Of course when looking for a discontinued yarn it's highly unlikely you'll be able to find the same dye lot you were working with; you might not even be able to find the same color. In the case of different dye lots, alternating rounds or pairs of rows from two different dye lots will make the difference less noticeable.
    Cookgirl
    Mon Sep 17, 2012 4:20 pm
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    *Z*- did you try EBay?
    *Z*
    Tue Sep 18, 2012 3:47 pm
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    Yes I did find some on Ebay but in my looking I found that Bernat still makes Bronze yarn so I checked out some craft stores to see if they carried it (to avoid paying the shipping). I found it at ACMoore!! icon_biggrin.gif It was a dollar more than online but it was still cheaper in the long run b/c I didn't have to pay to have it shipped.
    Cookgirl
    Tue Sep 18, 2012 3:51 pm
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    Yay, good work. I have to go look online at that color. It
    sounds beautiful!
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