What to stash this week: From your secret admirer

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A few of the yarns that Michelle dyed up for the special Indie Untangled pop-up shop were reminiscient of Valentine’s Day, so I decided that a little gift was in order. From now through Feb. 15, buy any two skeins from the Berry Colorful Yarnings/Indie Untangled Pop-up and you will receive one pattern of your choice FREE from an Indie Untangled designer. Click here to see the list, or choose from one of these new designs:

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The new shawl design from Keya of Cedar Hill Farm Company, called Wicker, will make you want to sit out on the porch in a wicker chair and… knit one. This asymmetrical and completely reversible shawl, which also makes a great scarf, calls for 438 yards of fingering weight yarn. It’s shown here in Cedar Hill Farm Company JOURNEY, a superwash Merino.

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Keeping warm doesn’t have to mean hiding behind baggy knits. These leg warmers from Knitwise Design are shaped to hug your legs and have lovely twisted stitch diamonds breaking up the ribbed design. The pattern is also 20% off through Feb. 10 with the coupon code ‘snow.’

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Finnish designer Janina Kallio’s newest pattern, Melodia, is a simple shawlette designed to show off those treasured single skeins of sock yarn. The sample is shown in Väinämöinen from Knitlob’s Lair, a Finnish indie dyer.

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The results from groundhogs across the country may have been a little inconsistent, but spring is coming. So, Sarah of Silk Road Needle Arts couldn’t have found a better time to start adding spring colors to her shop. She’s dyed luxurious Cashmere blend yarns in delicate purples, pinks and greens. And, like a farm, she’s added a Pick Your Own option: Pick three colors, and a Cashmere yarn base, and Sarah will dye you a skein for $25.

Lakes Feb 2

There will be a Lakes Yarn and Fiber Etsy shop update on Saturday, Feb. 7 at 10 a.m. PST. Ami will have sweater quantities of Sport, DK and Worsted weight yarn, as well as a bit of fingering.

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