Fable Fibers, Shalimar, Dream in Color and More!

Amelie The Loopy EweIt’s Monday Update time again! (We missed sharing new things with you last week, although it’s always nice to have a holiday Monday.) Just up, we added in:

Fable Fibers – a new indie dyer to us! Lelah dyes this yarn up in North Carolina, and we’ve added in three different bases: Novel, Story, and Biography. I love Lelah’s unique dyeing style. (Shown here in Amelie in the Novel base.)

– Biography is a DK weight with 231 yards in the skein. It would be wonderful for sweaters, scarves, hats, mittens and gloves.

– Novel is a fingering weight with a base of 80% merino wool, 10% cashmere and 10% nylon. The other nice thing about Novel is that it’s a wopping 600 yards per skein! That makes this idea for shawls, extra long socks, or hat/mitten/cowl sets.

– Story is a fingering weight with a base of 80% merino wool, 10% cashmere and 10% nylon with 435 yards in a skein (the more normal size of fingering weight skeins.) Great for regular socks, smaller shawls, cowls and scarves.

Chili The Loopy EweDream in Color Smooshy with Cashmere – always one of our favorite bases, this is a fingering weight with 70% superwash merino, 20% cashmere and 10% nylon. It feels good against your skin, so try it for scarves and cowls, hats and mittens, socks and shoulder wraps. (Shown here in Chilli, a great fall color. Don’t you need a pair of fall socks or a pretty fall one-skein shawl? Or Cowl? You could make one of my favorite cowls – Summer Wind. Although in this colorway, we’d have to call it Fall Wind.)

Conifer The Loopy EwePrism Delicato – this laceweight yarn is 100% Tencel, although it feels so soft that you might think it’s silk. With 630 yards in the skein, it’s great for shawls and lightweight scarves. I just finished my Nuvem over the weekend and this would be an awesome yarn in a Nuvem. Having wrapped that around my neck, I’m now completely sold on laceweight scarves. They are so warm, but so lightweight. Yes, I started another Nuvem when the first one was soaking in the sink, getting ready to block. (Shown here in Conifer.)

Bluecrop The Loopy EweShalimar Breathless – a new batch of awesome colors in this fingering weight base comprised of merino (75%), cashmere (15%), and silk (10%). I used multi-color combinations of this yarn in one of my Color Affection shawls, and one of my Derechoshawls. I love working with it. (Shown here in Bluecrop.)

ChiaoGoo Interchangeables – extra cables and tips are in stock.

Have fun shopping, and we’ll get your Boxes of Fun out right away. We know you’re anxious to get them!

Sheri rainingherthisafternoon.Soundswonderfulonthewindows.


  1. Theresa – I used Wollmeise lace for mine. But yes, you’d probably want 3 skeins of the Delicato for a Nuvem. Send me a picture if you make it!

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