Bigger Bags, Smaller Skeins

The Monday Update is ready for you – lots of fun stuff. Today we added in:

JulieSpins Half Pints – These smaller skeins are great for mixing and matching in projects, for heels and toes when matching to full skeins, and for knitting socks and having the skein already divided into two for you! Each skein is fingering weight with 230 yards to the skein in a 75% Superwash Merino/25% Nylon base.

Pattern Ideas: Mini Solutions Scarf, Inara Wrap, and Colourful Geometry.

JulieSpins The Loopy Ewe

The Fibre Co TundraWe all need warm, luscious winter sweaters out of this beautiful yarn. (OK, maybe not if you live in FL. But come visit us in Colorado this winter – then you’ll need one!) Bulky weight, 120 yards per skein, 60% Baby Alpaca, 30% Merino Wool, and 10% Silk.

Pattern Ideas: The Easy Bulky One, Like a Feather, and Fidra Hat.

Fibre Co Tundra The Loopy Ewe

The Fibre Co Road to China Light – Do you have a special friend who is getting a beautiful, handknit gift from you soon? This might be the yarn you need to use. Sport weight, 159 yards per skein, 65% Baby Alpaca, 15% Silk, 10% Camel and 10% Cashmere.

Pattern Ideas: Susie Rogers’ Reading Mitts, Ptarmigan, and Sunday Morning.

Fibre Co Road to China Light The Loopy Ewe

Cascade 220 – new colors! Worsted weight, 100% Peruvian Highland Wool, 220 yards per skein.

Cascade 220 The Loopy Ewe

We also added in new colors in Cascade Pure Alpaca (Worsted, 100% Alpaca) and Cascade Ultra Pima Paints (DK, 100 % Cotton).

Cascade Pure Alpaca The Loopy Ewe

The Loopy Ewe Totes – We quickly sold out of our new square project bags (the ones with the zippered notions pocket on the front – so handy). We have re-stocked the Large ones (12 x 14), and added in two more sizes. Here are comparison pictures and how I use them:

The Loopy Ewe Totes
The Loopy Ewe Totes

Medium Size – (9 x 11 x 3.5) Great for a single project (1-2 skein project). Currently sold out, but more expected. Email us if you’d like notice when they go back in stock. (support@theloopyewe.com)

Large Size – (14 x 12 x 3,75) Great for larger projects or multiple projects. I carry three projects in mine (because who knows which one I will feel like working on?). Also great as a sweater project bag.

XLarge Size – (18 x 18) Even more room for larger projects or multiple projects. I’d use this one for afghan sized projects, or a couple of sweaters on-the-go, or for a week’s worth of projects when going on a trip. Also great for handwork projects, as your Daylight Lamp will fit in the front pocket.

XXL – (26 x 15) size. The XXL is only available in-store until we get bigger boxes to be able to ship that out! We’ll let you know when that happens. It is especially great for sewists and quilters, as well as needleworkers who want to fit a large frame in there. Front pocket is perfect for your cutting rulers, and you can fit a couple of bolts of fabric inside, with room to spare. Thing of this one as XX-Long. Email us if you’d like notice when we are able to ship these out. (support@theloopyewe.com) Loopy Locals – pop by the shop to pick yours up.

We’ve also re-stocked needles, notions, and crochet hooks (Knitter’s Pride and Tulip). We added in Dream in Color’s August Pop Up Skein, Loopy Yarnsavers by Kelmscott Designs (two blocks to a pack, tuck them into your project bags to keep your yarn bug-free).

Dream in Color Pop Up The Loopy Ewe

Our last Yarn Update included: Dream in Color’s Sock It Club, August Needleminder, Scissor, Yarn Kit, and Sewing Kit.

You probably need us to send you a “Loopy Back to School” package this week, right? Just to help you get into the new school year mode with new supplies? (You could even add in notebooks and pencils, if it makes you feel more school-ish.) We’ll get those right out!

Sheri and The Loopy Ewe Crew

3 comments

  1. I really wish you would provide pattern link ideas that aren’t all on Raverly. Some of us are no longer welcome there.

    1. I totally understand that. I am always looking for other pattern resources to be able to link to and would love to be pointed in some directions, if anyone has some good suggestions.

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