What to stash this week: Hallow-skeins

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Kim of Western Sky Knits has plenty of treats on hand, including some new speckled sock skeins and some new semisolids in both DK and worsted weight yarns. She has also added a few skeins of Lace and a set of mini skeins on Magnolia Luxe fingering base.

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You don’t even have to wait until Nov. 1 for a sale: Carrie of Alpenglow Yarn is doing a bit of Halloween housekeeping, clearing out older bases to make room for new ones. Skeins of Groovy Goat, Small Farm Groove, and Sylvan Wool are all 40% off, so only $12 per skein!

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The Golden Skein, which has opened sign-ups for the fourth quarter of its indie dyer yarn club, is offering 10 percent off with the code INDIEUNTANGLED. The only trick: You have until Nov. 1 to use the code, so act fast.

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Sarah of Sarah’s Spindle has dressed up her yarns in the beauty of the American West, and has three new colorways. The Santa Fe yarn above is a combination of turquoise, deep green from the Carson National Forest and a rusty red inspired by the sandstone cliffs and the Sangre de Christo Mountains. There’s also Idaho Christmas, a deep olive green and coppery red, inspired by the colors of the Sockeye Salmon, and Yellowstone, which combines the colors of the granite mountains, mineral pools and heat vents, and the bison.

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Lexi of Queen Bee Fibers has been a busy bee, and has been releasing a bunch of new patterns. The latest is the Layla Beanie, which knits up fast — maybe even soon enough for a Halloween costume?

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Here’s some Halloween loot from TreasureGoddess Yarns that you don’t have to share. Just out of Christine’s cauldron are luxurious, 600-yard skeins of Cashmere Super Toes MCN, perfect for that shawl pattern you’ve been eyeing.

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The latest design from Knit Eco Chic is simplicity in disguise. Use three skeins of your favorite DK weight yarn to create a Fibonacci-inspired scarf. This pattern is great for beginners and creates a large, but very interesting, FO.

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