We have a big update for you tonight! That always happens when we skip a Monday (like we did last week, due to Camp Loopy Store Week going on.) Just up, you’ll find:
The Loopy Ewe Celebration Series for June – Glamping on Loopy Lake. For this color, we took the dark green trees of the woods and combined it with the dark navy blue lake waters, to make a colorway that truly represents our little camping spot on the edge of Loopy Lake. Even if you’re not camping along with us for Camp Loopy this summer, you’ll still love the intense color combination. Here is the Pogona shawl that I knit up in this gorgeous color, which I am totally keeping for myself.
Madelinetosh Unicorn Tails – all re-stocked. Each Unicorn Tail has appox. 52 yards in the skein, making it great for multi-color projects (scarves, hats, gloves, sweaters, blankets). Pick your favorite colors and get knitting! We also have more sets of The Whole Stable (all 30 colors of the Tails, in one pack – 1560 yards in the big set!) if you are the kind of person who has to have it all!
Three Irish Girls Glenhaven Cashmerino Fingering – a luscious 80% merino wool, 10% cashmere, and 10% nylon fingering weight base, with 370 yards to the skein. You’ll enjoy knitting with this yarn, and it’s great for shawls, socks, sweaters, hats, scarves and gloves. And of course we always love the fun color combinations that those girls come up with! (Shown here in Arctic Circle and Water Lilies.)
Three Irish Girls Adorn Sock – a fingering weight yarn that is 80% merino wool and 20% nylon, with 430 yards in the skein. The colors make it fun for socks, shawls and hats, and the 20% nylon makes it extra durable. (Shown here in Beach Cottage and Paradise.)
Juliespins Merino 370 – this fingering weight yarn is 100% Superwash Merino, and comes 370 yards to the skein. Done up in Julie’s beautiful and unique colors. Remember, Julie doesn’t typically repeat colors, so if you see one you love, get it while we have it! I think her yarn looks especially pretty in shawls, scarves and hats. (Shown here in Morning Glory and Cha Cha Cha.)
Cascade Ultra Pima – this DK weight yarn is 100% Pima Cotton and has a beautiful hand to it. It comes in 90 different colors, and is a great yarn for summer sweaters, vests, shawls and scarves. (Shown below in Indigo Blue and Primrose.)
Cascade Ultra Pima Fine – a sport weight yarn that is 100% Pima Cotton and wonderfull soft to knit with. Like the slightly heavier regular Ultra Pima, this works well for summer clothes and accessories. Ultra Pima Fine comes in 53 colors. (Shown below in Soft Sage and Ice.)
Cascade 220 Superwash Aran — an aran weight yarn that is 100% Superwash Merino with 150 yards to the skein. This yarn is popular for kids clothes and blankets, since it is machine washable and dryable. (Dryable is not an official word. I looked it up. But you know what I mean.) It comes in 40 different colors. (Shown below in Magenta and Green Apple.)
Cascade Heritage Sock Solids – a fingering weight yarn that is 75% Superwash Merino and 25% Nylon, with 437 yards to the skein. We have it in 50+ colors, and it is great for socks, shawls and sweaters. (Shown below in Purple Hyacinth and Butter.)
Cascade Heritage Silk – a fingering weight yarn that is 85% Superwash Merino and 15% Silk, with 437 yards to the skein. You’ll love the extra sheen that the silk adds to the yarn base. This yarn is beautiful for socks, shawls, sweaters, scarves and hats and comes in 28 different colors. (Shown below in Baby Denim and Raspberry.)
Cascade Fixation – a DK weight yarn that is 98% Cotton and 2% elastic. Great for cooler socks and summer garments and accessories, and especially nice for people who are allergic to wool. Each ball contains 100 yards, but the elastic in the yarn base gives it a little stretch as you knit with it. I made a pair of size 11 women’s socks with 2 balls (200 yards) of this, so it really knits longer than you think it will. It comes in 86 different colors, both solids and multi-colors. (Shown below in Patriot and Sea.)
Universal Yarn Bamboo Pop – this is one of those yarns that people love to feel when they’re here shopping in person. The combination of 50% Bamboo and 50% Cotton makes it so soft to knit with and wear. (Also a great alternative for people allergic to wool.) Use this sport weight yarn for summer garments and accessories, as well as baby and kid items, since it’s machine washable and dryable. (Shown below in Frosty Morning and Orchid Splash.)
Universal Yarn Cotton Supreme Splash – the same, soft, 100% cotton worsted weight as the regular Cotton Supreme, but with a mix of colors and washes to give it a little more dimension and a look of a bit of texture.
Universal Yarn Cotton Supreme – this worsted weight yarn has always been one of my favorite cotton yarns. When we first added it in, I went with the softest cotton I could find at Market. This was it! I have since used it for a sweater and (most recently) my Camp Project 1 (Summer Love Wrap, shown below in Aqua). My next project with it will be a baby blanket. (Shown below in Aqua and Salmon.)
Knerd Shop Yarn Totes – these fun bags having knitting sayings screen printed by hand on 100% cotton canvas bags. Each bag is 13.5″ x 14.5″ x 4, and can hold your project, pattern, and knitting accessories. 13 different bags in all, and you might have a hard time choosing just one.
Caravan Beads – we have re-stocked all of our beads, and added in a few new colors as well. If you see any still out of stock on our website, it is because the distributor was out of that color. We have over 80 colors of the 6/0 size (great for fingering weight yarn) and over 35 colors of the 8/0 size (great for laceweight yarn). If you’ve never added beads to a project, try it. It’s easy and adds an extra pop to your project.
Lots to shop for tonight! Have fun going through all of the new things, and we’ll pack your orders up tomorrow and will get them right out. Are you ready for a new Box of Fun?
Sheri and The Loopy Ewe Crew
P.S. Have you seen our new homepage? It’s easier than ever to find What’s New for Yarn or Fabric. We’ve also updated the site to include larger pictures on the subcategory pages, as well as making sure yarn weights and yarn and fabric quantities are shown in all the places that you would find helpful. Web Guy has been busy!