Tee's and Tanks MAL

Here in Montana the birds are chirping, the sun is starting to soak us with its warm embrace, and the earth is slowing waking. My sweaters are getting worn a little less and I am ready for to plan my Spring and Summer wardrobe. Since I can't seem to finish a project these days (yes still) I figure what is more inviting than a knit with no sleeves! We hope you join us on making your summer and spring pieces!


Where: Zoom and our Ravelry Group. We will be meeting virtually 4 times to share what we are making, have a Designer Guest Night, and of course PRIZE NIGHT!

When: We are starting April 1st and wrapping up at the end of May. Dates and times for the Zoom Meetings are below. Please don't feel like you need to make all or any of the Zoom Meetings to participate! Life is crazy enough and this is FUN! Zoom meeting will go anywhere from 45 minutes to an hour and half.

April 6th & 20TH :: MAY 4th & 18th // 5 PM MST

The Rules: Only 1 rule, use FDF yarns! We work hard on putting together these Make-A-Longs so we ask you use our yarn for this one. FDF Yarns can be from your stash, LYS, or directly from us. See below for yarn and pattern suggestions.

The Prizes: On May 4th we will be having game night where you can win some fun prizes and on June 1st we will be randomly choosing 5 winners from our Ravelry thread (who have FO's posted). Each winner will get a $50 gift card to FDF!


Squish Fingering from left to right; Livvie Lu, In a Jam, Bear Gulch, Teton, Theresa, and Bitterroot.


4 yarns we love most for tee's and tanks are Foxy Lady, Squish Fingering, Juicy DK, and Mighty Mo. Here are the details of each other those yarns. Shown above and below is a newly released collection of colorways, perfect for Spring and Summer.

From March 24th through March 28th, take 15% off these bases with code FDFSPRINGMAL // Please note we cannot add discounts retroactively!

Mighty Mo from left to right; Two Medicine DS, Two Medicine LS, I · Kiinuttsii, Spill’n Tea, and There’s Your Trouble.


Foxy Lady ::

Left to Right : Gary Cooper, Livvie Lu, Juniper, Eagle Eye, Teton


If you’re looking for some drape to your tank or tee, scroll no further. Foxy Lady is made with 70% Merino and 30% Silk. A single ply without the pilling, Foxy is a dream to wear and knit with. The silk helps you from overheating plus that shine! I love speckles on Foxy but the tonals are just as juicy.

Squish Fingering ::

From Left to Right :: Willow, Theresa, Dumplin, Pretty Shield, In a Jam


Squish Fingering is a 100% Merino Superwash that is soft, sleek, and uniform. Not quite as much drape as Foxy Lady, we love Squish for garments we want to wear over and over and over again. It washes up perfectly every time. My favorite thing about Squish Fingering is how it takes dye; bright, crisp, and consistent every time!

Juicy DK ::

Left to Right :: Amos Moses, Ranch Romance, Monarch, Namoo, In a Jam


Juicy DK is by far our most popular base. She is consistently good for any garment, and we have found some gorgeous designs in a DK weight. 100% Superwash Merino, this is another base you can wash again and again without loosing any luster. I love Juicy for colorwork! The ply on this yarn helps give it some drape, so we always recommend soaking and blocking your swatch OR just steam blocking your garments.

Mighty MO ::

Left to Right :: Sunday Mimosa, Porch Pumpkin, Eagle Eye, Ranch Romance, Amos Moses, York


We couldn’t leave out our favorite sheer yarn, Mighty Mo! Mighty Mo is a combo of Mohair and Silk. The effervescence of this yarn is striking! Some tee's and tanks have hints of Mohair, while a few others are made completely for Mohair. We love it's body and beautiful sheen.


You can choose any pattern to knit or crochet for our MAL! It is whatever your heart desires. Here is a non-comprehensive list for you to check out on Ravelry Bundles for pictures!


  • I’m definitely signing up! Now to figure out what color?

    Dara S.
  • For the MAL Tees and Tops I am assuming I should purchase my yarn directly through the Farmer’s Daughter website and the pattern I have chosen through Ravelry. Is this correct? Thanks

    Betty Doyle

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