Happy Monday to you. We’re coming to you with more fun supplies for future projects, current stash, or immediate cast ons! We just added in:
Stonehedge Shepherd’s Wool Worsted – Ready to start thinking about fall sweaters yet? This is a beautiful wool for cozying up in. Non-superwash (so it holds shape well), and soft. 65 colors.
Stonehedge Crazy – it’s Crazy Time again! These one-of-a-kind skeins are soft and colorful and fun to knit up. As always, feel free to tell us colors to pick or avoid when we pick your skeins. And let us know if you’d like our free Loopy’s Crazy Cowl patterns with purchase.
Magpie Fibers Swanky Sock – Just three more colors for now, but wow, are they beautiful. We love Dami’s gorgeous yarn and if you haven’t knit with it yet, you’re missing out!
The Fibre Co Canopy Fingering – Baby alpaca, merino wool and bamboo. You can imagine how wonderful it is to knit with, can’t you? Perfect for accessories like cowls, scarves, mitts and hats, as well as shawls and sweaters. 25 colors.
The Fibre Co Lore – Made with 100% lambswool from Romney Sheep, and the unique coloring brings wonderful depth and movement to your knitting. This is on my list for a cardigan. 14 colors.
The Fibre Co Luma – This wool, cotton, linen and silk blend makes this a great summer, lighter weight sweater yarn. 22 colors.
The Fibre Co Road to China Light – Another one that you do not want to miss out on. This mix of baby alpaca, silk, camel and cashmere is heavenly to knit with. You might need to keep this one for yourself. Comfort knitting at its best. 25 colors.
The Fibre Co Tundra – Do you have those cold nights where you just want to wrap up in something utterly soft and warm? (No, not now. Definitely during the winter.) Make a sweater out of this. It will knit up quickly (it’s a Bulky weight) and the baby alpaca, merino wool and silk will keep you cozy. 21 colors.
Caravan Miyuki Beads – Lots of re-stocks in the beads, because so many of you discovered them with your June Camp project. They’re fun to add in, aren’t they? Also fun to stash. (And I have been stashing beads since I was 9, which must make me some kind of bead-stashing-expert.) We have added in more Beadle Needles, too.
The Loopy Ewe Totes – I don’t think I’ve ever stuck with the same project bag for so long (now a year and running). I love the clear vinyl, because it let’s me see my projects inside. Sometimes I use my cloth project bags inside there, and sometimes not. I love the front pocket for keeping all of my notions, so they don’t get poked into my knitting. Just the handiest project tote around.
Our last Yarn Update included:
Sandnes Garn Smart
Sandnes Garn Peer Gynt
Stonehedge Fiber Mill Shepherd’s Wool
The Empty Spool Project Bags
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We look forward to connecting with you again soon!