Casapinka has yet again worked her magic with variegated yarn. Albuquerque Sunset uses slipped stitches and stockinette to let the bold color peek through a contrasting solid. Inspired by the sunsets over the Sandia Mountains, knit this one during your next Breaking Bag binge (or while you’re waiting out the return of Better Call Saul). The pattern is $1 off through tomorrow with the code redorgreen.
Hand Dyed By Kate is known for rainbow sets and self-striping sock yarn, but make sure to save room for a slic– erm, a skein of Watermelon Shawl Gradient. It’s available in both classic watermelon and the darker Moody Melon, on a 75/25 blend of Merino/nylon sock yarn or on Sparkle Sock with a touch of Stellina. Kate is hosting a K/CAL with the pattern of your choice from May 15 to June 30 in her Ravelry group, with preorders being taken now.
Because every day should be Earth Day, The Knitting Artist has created Earth-inspired stitch markers with polymer clay beads. Available in sets of 6.
The latest shop update from JOMA Yarn includes punchy semisolids, fun variegated colorways and new, super-bright neons.
New from Sunset Cat Designs, Caridwen is an aran-weight cable and lace wrap that can be knit as a scarf or sized up to a stole with additional secondary cables.
The Osceola Mountain Socks, inspired by New Hampshire’s White Mountains, are a collaboration with New England Knitting and are available as a kit.