Even if you’re not a Stones fan, you will definitely appreciate Bronwyn’s new pattern. Mick Jagged, which was designed in Malabrigo Sock and Miss Babs Yummy 2-ply, looks like a rockin’ combination of semisolid and variegated colorways.
Jillian of Mothy and the Squid has dyed a self-striping rainbow with variegated transitions between colors. The colorway comes with a long repeat of around forty meters (roughly 44 yards for us Americans), which Jillian says would give you five complete rainbows per sock if you used an entire skein for one pair.
OwlCat Designs‘ Simone, who is originally from Switzerland, creates shawls, sweaters and accessories with a decidedly natural feel, including the collections over mossy stones…, inspired by a walk in the woods, and her latest, Full Fathom, which has a maritime theme.
Melissa has introduced these adorable porcelain leaf buttons to celebrate spring, and they are the perfect accents for light cowls, mitts to don on frosty mornings and, of course, cardigans. Shipping is free with the code INDIE.
Keya of Cedar Hill Farm Cmpany has restocked her shop with new springy colorways on her popular Silk Sheep and Sporty Sheep bases. On Silk Sheep, there’s the tonal green Margaritaville, bright teal Sultan of Swing, while Sporty Sheep sports Blue Raspberry, Lemon Drop and Spring.
Combo packs of mini skeins that Katy of Wool and Two Sticks dyed for the March 2016 Phat Fiber Sampler Box are now available in her Etsy shop. The Wizard of Oz-themed colorways come dyed on 200-yard fingering-weight skeins of 100% Peruvian Highland wool.