Yarn Knot Signups Are Open

I’ve just opened signups for the next round of Yarn Knot, my yarn subscription service. The format now includes a sweater option. The sweater installment will ship in August, so you can get a jump-start on your Rhinebeck sweater . . . or any other sweater.

There are three fingering weight shipments, and one of them will be a 2-color project. All colorways are exclusive. Installment payments are available. See website for details. Space is limited.

December 18, 2014

Don’t Forget the Gift Certificates

For those of you celebrating the holidays, there aren’t many shopping days left. To help with those last minute presents, we have gift certificates available in any amount. Get one for the knitter on your shopping list or add one to your own wish list.

Another nice gift. . . Yarn Knot Socks. Start the new year with a flurry of sock knitting. Subscriptions are still open, but space is limited.

December 11, 2014

Introducing Yarn Knot Socks

Sign-ups are now open for Yarn Knot Socks, a yarn subscription dedicated to socks. While away the winter with sock knitting. Selections will ship the middle of January, February and March. Each installment will highlight a different yarn base, an exclusive colorway and a suggested pattern.

Two payment options are available. Space is limited. See the website for details.

Sign-Ups are open for Yarn Knot

I’ve just opened sign-ups for another year of Yarn Knot, my quarterly yarn subscription service. Each shipment includes a skein of hand-dyed, fingering-weight yarn along with a suggested pattern. Yarn Knot allows me to experiment with different fiber blends that aren’t part of my current lineup, and it’s a fun way for subscribers to try something new. All colorways are exclusive for one year. Payment options include either one-time or quarterly installments.

Above photos feature colorways and projects from past Yarn Knot installments.

Julia Too

The rollout of new colorways continues. Julia is a silky superwash Merino/Tencel blend and has excellent drape and shimmer. See the website for new colors in addition to Beach Bum, Champagne, Spring Green and Goofy Grape featured here. Note that Julia is now available in slightly larger skeins.

In travel news, I’ll be at New Hampshire Sheep and Wool on Mother’s Day weekend. This is one of the few events where I’m an outside vendor. I won’t know my exact location until that weekend but, will post details on Twitter, the blog and the Ravelry group.

April 24, 2014

Mavis Update

Mavis, a fingering weight Merino/silk blend, is delightful to work with. Soft Merino with a silky shimmer makes this a luxurious yarn. I’m excited to announce that this yarn is available in larger skeins. Mavis now comes in 113 gram / 434 yard skeins. That’s over 50 yards more than the previous skein size. See the website for details and several new colorways.

Starting on Friday, April 25, I’ll be hosting another giveaway. Stop by the blog and enter for a chance to win.

April 17, 2014

Yarn Knot Giveaway

To celebrate the launch of Indie Untangled, I’m giving away a Yarn Knot kit from the next installment. Yarn Knot is my quarterly yarn subscription, and the next round will ship in May. To enter the giveaway, hop over to the website and sign up for the newsletter. The winner, chosen at random, will be selected from the recent newsletter sign-ups. The contest closes on Friday, April 25.

On Saturday, April 26, you’ll find me at the Connecticut Sheep, Wool & Fiber Festival. In addition to the vendor market, this event includes workshops, sheep dog demonstrations, a fleece sale and other activities. I’ll be in the Green Building with a selection of new colorways and kits.

April 10, 2014

On the Road with New Colorways

I’ve just released a few new colorways in Lillian. Since spring is slow to make an appearance this year, these new colors are a fun way to add a touch of spring to your knitting.

A true sign of the season is the Great Rhody Yarn Crawl, which is happening this weekend in Rhode Island. On Sunday, I’ll be on hand at the marketplace at Mount Hope Farm. If you’re in the area, try to take advantage of this event. It’s a great way to support local yarn shops and fiber artists.