Blue Moon Worthy, Loopy Seasonings, Shalimar, CONTEST #4 and a Sale!

Happy Monday to you! We have beautiful new things up on the website for you tonight, as well as Contest #4 (in our Eighth Anniversary Celebration) and a sale to celebrate our anniversary as well! Just up, you’ll find:

Blue Moon Fiber Arts Worthy Fingering – Oh, this yarn. It is to.die.for. The yarn base is 65% White Cashmere and 35% Bombyx Silk, so you can imagine how it feels to knit up and to wear. It’s the yarn you need to purchase to make something special for yourself or for a friend. It’s expensive (remember – 65% cashmere, 35% silk), but so worth it. The last time we had it, many of the colors sold out quickly because people bought one, and then came back and bought more when the first skein arrived at their house and they could feel it. It’s worth saving up for. See tonight’s blog post for some pattern ideas. You can also see the shawl that I made with 2 skeins of the Turquoise, here. Shown below in Smoke on the Water and Antiquated System. Need some project ideas? For one-skein projects, try: Gansey Wristers, Precious, Pebble Beach Shawlette, Pretty Basic, Teasdale, and Strangling Vine Lace Scarf. For two-skein projects, try: Spinel, Red Rock Canyon, Stay Awhile, Rising Dawn, The Bay of Fundy Scarf, or Weave It!


The Loopy Ewe Seasonings Series – We’ve re-stocked your favorite Seasoning Series colors! This yarn is exclusive to The Loopy Ewe, and dyed up by the talented people at Lorna’s Laces. Each 430 yard multi-color skein comes with a coordinating solid 100 yard skein, making this a fun yarn for socks with coordinating heels and toes, or shawls, hats, mitts and gloves with coordinating ribs and edging. Check out Pickle Pop, Loopy Lodge, Vacation Day, Cinnamon Toast, and all of the other fun colors in this line. Shown below in Loopy Lodge and Gothic Sweetheart.


Shalimar Breathless – This fingering weight yarn is 75% Superwash Merino, 15% Cashmere, and 10% Silk. Hand-dyed by Kristi in Maryland in wonderful color mixes and semi-solids. I have used Breathless for shawls (like this one and this one) and cowls (like this one) and it continues to be one of the yarns I gravitate to when picking yarn for projects. I love the way it feels to knit, and it’s wonderful to wear. If I was a better sweater knitter, I’d have a sweater out of the Breathless DK, too! Shown below in Love Potion and Limerick. Need project ideas? Try: Summer Dawn, Ballou, Tiger Lily Shawl, Cemara, or Daydream Believer.


Universal Cotton Supreme and Cotton Splash – A worsted weight 100% cotton that comes in 40 different solids, as well as 7 Splash colors. It has been popular for cool sweaters and shawls, as well as baby blankets and kids cardigans.

Universal Bamboo Pop – This sport weight yarn is 50% Bamboo and 50% Cotton and so soft to knit with. Perfect for people who are allergic to wool, but also works well for people who don’t like to be hot. You’ll like it for sweaters, shawls, scarves, cowls, and baby and kid clothes. Machine wash and dry makes it easy care, as well.

Knitter’s Pride needles and interchangeables – Re-stocked.

Sirka Bird Counters – These counters are great if your pattern has multiple rows, sections and stitches to keep track of. It allows you to keep track of three different counts at the same time.


Knitter’s Pride Knit Blocker Sets – This blocking set is designed to help you block sweaters, shawls, scarves and more without using individual pins. You’ll like how you can stretch and block your projects in half the time with this set. (Note – we sold out of these overnight but have plenty more ordered. If you’d like to have us reserve some for you, just shoot us an email: They should be back in stock in a couple of weeks!)


Inspiration Knits – new patterns up.

We’ve had fun celebrating our Eighth Anniversary with eight blog contests! (Contest #4 today – be sure to enter!) The winner of last Friday’s contest is Kay L in Vancouver, WA, who wins this beautiful skein of JulieSpins Silky 435 in Vineyard, and a felted accessory pouch from Frabjous Fibers. Congratulations, Kay – we’ll ship this out tomorrow. For our fourth contest today, our question is: How many gift knits will you be working on this fall? (You can also say zero. Maybe you only knit for yourself?) Leave a comment below and we’ll draw a winner on Wednesday, when Blog Contest #5 goes up!


We’re also celebrating by putting all of our exclusive Loopy Lines on sale for 10% off, between today and the end of the month! You’ll receive 10% off on Loopy CelebrationsLoopy LegendsLoopy CakesLoopy Solid Series and the Loopy Seasonings Series (re-stocked just in time, right?).

Enjoy all of the new things, and we’ll get your orders packed up and shipped right out!

Sheri and The Loopy Ewe Crew


  1. Essential ones = 3.
    Showing-love-but-could-skip-if-sleep-deprived = 2
    Would-like-to-make-but-probably-won’t-have-time = 10

    For a total of 15.

  2. I will be knitting a bunch of things – that is always a hit when we unwrap presents. My last project for Camp Loopy is my first completed Christmas project – a blanket for one of the babies!

  3. I have three or four I need to finish from last Christmas along with all of the loopy challenges I have yet to finish. If I finish them by the end of the year, I’ll be ecstatic!

  4. I have a baby blanket that needs to happen this fall, but that’s about it. Everything else for me and my family!

  5. I don’t think I’ll be making much for gifts this fall. At most one or two. I did make one this summer as a wedding present though (Smitten Mittens!)

  6. I’ve had so little time to knit this year, that it is unfortunately going to be zero this year :/ Unless I really book it to knit something for my friend’s kid, but I just don’t see it happening 🙁

  7. There are about 8 special friends and family members that I regularly knit gifts. Most of them will get some form of knitted gift this Christmas. Thanks to camp loopy, I’m one done already!!!

  8. I have purchased yarn for two projects thus far. Who knows how many more will materialize in the coming weeks, thought.

  9. I’m not much of a gift knitter, but from time to time I will give away something that I have made to someone who is particularly worthy.

  10. My favorite thing about today was taking a walk this morning and exploring my new home on Lake Erie. Now I’m going to sit down and knit 🙂

  11. Can’t resist jumping in. So far, just one gift, but if things go as usual, I will at least make a few more prayer shawls. Those count, right?

  12. I’m currently working up a baby blanket for a pregnant friend. I’m to make a cabbage-patch-esque hat for a friend for Halloween (the kind that looks the creepy doll’s hair).

  13. I currently have 2 gift knits planned. There’s a good chance the only one I will finish is the pair of socks.

  14. Eleventy-seven. At least, that’s how many it will feel like! So many yarns, so little time. 🙂

  15. I’ll be knitting at least 4, and possibly as many as 10, gifts this fall. I may also crochet two or three. But I’ll still be knitting for myself!

  16. Favorite thing today? I finally finished the husband-dubbed “Sweater From Hell”. With all the rip and reknits, I think I knit enough to have made 3. So happy to declare this one DONE.

  17. Zero, as this is my year of selfish knitting. I realized that I didn’t have a single knit project for me. All I have are gifts to me from fellow knitters. All of my projects have been gifted.

  18. I’m making a mini rabbit for my youngest daughter. Since having my second child it’s cut down on my free time to knit greatly.

  19. I should knit a Christmas gift for my sister and sister-in-law, and my husband. And my mom. May not happen all for THIS Christmas, but there’s always next year!

  20. Not sure how many gifts I will be knitting but right now it looks like 3 or maybe 4. Also knitting for myself!

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