News Bergere de France yarns

Published on December 29th, 2013 | by Carly


Brand profile: Bergère de France

From the catwalks of Paris to your knitting needles, Bergère de France specialise in fashionable creations made with some of the most unique yarns on the market. From synthetic to natural, budget to luxury, this varied range of wools are spun with love at the last hand-knitting mill in France. A family owned business since it was founded in 1946, everything is produced under one roof  to ensure the best quality at each step of the production process: from research to becoming a part of your stash.

Bergère de France knitting yarns

Bergère de France features a variety of knitting yarns from luxurious silk to budget acrylic. Each yarn has a unique texture, ensuring your knitted creations will be one of a kind. These yarns are perfect for the adventurous knitter who likes to create fashionable statement pieces.

Click on the images below to discover some of the most popular Bergère de France knitting yarns on right now!

Bergere de France PurmerinosBergere de France Caline
Bergere de France AlaskaBergere de France Duvetine

Fashionable knitting patterns

Bergère de France knitting patterns are some of the most fashionable you will find – and that’s no surprise, as the brand works with leading Paris designers to bring you patterns that are the very latest in fashion. They have a range of patterns for men, women, children, and babies so you can add a touch of Parisian fashion to any member of your family. Click on the images below to discover some of our favourite Bergère de France knitting patterns!

Jacquard Sweater in Bergere de France CalineGilet & Hat in Bergere de France DuvetineCable Sweater in Bergere de France Pur Merinos FrancaisCardigan in Bergere de France Magic+

If you knit something in Bergère de France, we’d love to see! Post your photo on our Facebook page or email with a photo and a brief story behind your project. We may just feature it on our blog!

About the Author

Carly just can't decide what to knit next! She loves ballet, red velvet cupcakes, and dachshunds.

Last updated: December 20th, 2013.

2 Responses to Brand profile: Bergère de France

  1. Cynalune says:

    Well…they say they are the last mill in France but they conveniently forget Fonty and Filature du Valgaudemar…

    • Carly says:

      Hi Cynalune, interesting point. I have contacted Bergere customer service to inquire, I will keep you posted on their reply.

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