It’s a blustery Monday here in Fort Collins! I can see the parking lot lampposts swaying, and that hardly ever happens. Glad to be surrounded by warm wool and happy colors! And we have a LOT of colors up today. We just added in:
Into The Whirled Pakokku Handpainted – Cris and James have sent more of their amazing colors on the fingering weight Pakokku Sock (75% Superwash Merino, 25% Nylon). This batch is their handpainted, but we also have their Pakokku Kettel Dyed (smooth mixes of colors), Dresden DK Kettle Dyed, and the fun Resist Dyed Meridian (80/10/10, pops of color all over the place!).
Dream in Color Classy – A big addition of Classy, including re-stocks and several new colors. This yarn is wonderful for sweaters – 100% Superwash Merino and 250 yards to the skein.
Cascade – Another big re-stock of 220, 220 Superwash, 220 Superwash Aran, Ultra Pima, Superwash Sport, Heritage Silk, Heritage Sock Solids, Heritage Sock Handpainted,and Heritage Wave. We always carry all of the colors available in the Cascade lines that we stock. (Sometimes there are backorders, but just know that we carry all of the colors, if you need something in particular!)
Baa Ram Ewe Dovestone DK – A wonderful blend of 50% Bluefaced Leicester, 25% Wensleydale Longwool, and 25% Dark Brown Masham, this DK weight is gorgeous for sweaters, vests, shawls, hats, and all things warm!
Baa Ram Ewe Titus – This luxurious blend is 50% Wensleydale Longwool, 20% Bluefaced Leicester, and 30% UK Alpaca in a fingering weight. Rich shades and soft to the touch, you’ll love it for shawls, cowls, scarves, hats and sweaters.
Miyuki Beads – The pegs are full with all of our size 6 (for fingering weight yarn) and size 8 (for lace weight yarn) beads for your projects. Many of you order and know what you want, but if you’re ever wondering if the beads are a good match for the yarn you’re getting, just leave us an order note. We are happy to put eyes on it and let you know if there is a better match available for you!
Needle Keepers – These now come with a stopper on both ends of the tube, so you can put one needle in each end. This is my favorite way to transport projects on my circular needles, because I can shove them into my project bag and not have to worry about stitches falling off in there. There are 12 different colors to choose from.
Have fun shopping through the new things, and we’ll get your orders right out!
Sheri and The Loopy Ewe Crew