We put lots of pretty yarn up for you in tonight’s Update! We just added in:
Lorna’s Laces Shepherd Sock – We’ve re-stocked several colors and added in the Christmas in Downton colorway, which we were happy to see had been added to the regular Lorna’s Laces lineup. This fingering weight yarn is 80% Superwash Merino and 20% Nylon. Great for socks, but also fun to knit up in scarves and shawls that look great in multi-colors, like The Age of Brass and Steam Kerchief, the ever-popular Hitchhiker, Willow Cowl, Twinkle Twinkle Blanket, Trillian, Ananke, Mormorio, and Aquaphobia Socks. (Shown here in Flames.)
Lorna’s Laces Worsted – This is a great, soft, durable yarn for all of those projects that you want to toss into the washer and dryer. (Like the baby blanket I did last week.) Kids sweaters, adult sweaters, vests, scarves, hats – it all works up great with this yarn. We’ve re-stocked several colors (shown here in Lakeview) as well as the Christmas in Downton colorway. Here are a few fun patterns that would work well with it – Milanese Lace Topper, Narragansett, Cowboy Cowl, The Dudester Scarf, and Doux.
String Theory Blue Stocking – this fingering weight combination of blue faced leicester (a strong wool) and nylon, makes this yarn great for socks (durable) and shawls (an extra slight sheen). Karen and Tanis do a great job in dyeing up semi-solids and skeins with many layers of depth. It looks great with patterns that have some pretty stitches going on. You might take a look at – Canyonlands Shawl, Zilver, Occitan, Treppenviertel, My Cup of Tea Socks, Truckle, and Treebeard Socks. (Shown here in Canyon).
Swan’s Island Fingering Weight– a great value with 525 yards in the skein. Perfect for shawls, scarves and cowls such as Brandywine Shawl, Aurora Australis, Saltwater, Botanical Garden Shawl, And So Are You, Biscuit, Tilting Ladders Cowl, and No Two Snowflakes Cowl. (Shown here in Beetroot).
We also put one last box of Socktopus up (we think. They keep showing up!) We added the Christmas in Downton colorway in Lorna’s Laces Solemate. And we re-stocked The Loopy Ewe Solid Series in Oyster and Butter.
Have fun checking out the new things and we’ll get your orders out asap. We know you want them quickly!
I LOVE when you link patterns to the yarns. Many of them go to my fabs list (growing even bigger). I “HAVE” to buy more Socktopus, love this yarn. Thank you for another great update.
Christmas in Downton is pretty. Too bad solemate sold out so fast. One of the buildings I work in is really cold and I am stocking up on solemate.
We’ll get more, Dawn!
All those wonderful patterns! My favourites page is filling up lol
I didn’t see any Christmas in Downtown so I know it sold out. Must have been one of those don’t blink or you’ll miss it deals.
Sue – it’s still there in Sport, Sock and Worsted! 🙂
Those are all so gorgeous. It is just too bad that I’m doing a huge stash sale (photography starts tonight, so up by the weekend) of way too many things including yarn I got from TLE that I just haven’t gotten to yet!
There are “Lots of nice patterns on Ravelry!”
Dear Sheri, I hope I am not totally inappropriate posting this in comments but my e-mail is not working to send outgoing–I have a lump in my throat looking at your generosity–then answering the door and seeing this big grin on the mailman’s face as he hands me The LOOPY BOX OF FUN–well ewe just made my day–this dreary January sunless day-, shone beyond bright–yarn the color of Arizona rainbow,new patterns for inspiration,a lovely calendar , and a special loopy bag to carry my project in –and to sweeten the deal –tootsie rolls–also my original order in two days time–unbelievable–it wasn’t a mistake was it?? Thank Ewe so very much–I am so H-A-P-P-Y—Thank Ewe Loopy Ewe. Sincerely, Nancy(aloopy groupie)
Hi Nancy! No, it wasn’t a mistake! That’s your fun Loopy Groupie bag and we’re happy that you liked it. 🙂