The latest addition to the World of Indie Untangled is Maria of the awesomely-named Suzy Parker Yarns, who dyes out of Hythe, a small coastal town in South East England (creating a nice little triangle with Ce of The Uncommon Thread and Linda of Kettle Yarn Co.). Maria recently re-launched her Etsy shop, and it’s filled with luxurious fingering- and sport-weight yarns in beautifully saturated semi-solids, including the lovely Cabernet, above. To celebrate the relaunch, Maria is offering 10% off through the end of August with the code Newbeginnings.
Continuing on our world tour this week, Valentina of SnailYarn is getting ready for fall in Ariccia, Italy, with some warm, autumn-inspired colorways. There are also still some bright summer hues in stock, as well as gradient sets, which are conveniently available in sets of ready-to-knit mini balls — no hand winding necessary. Grazie, Valentina!
Linda of Kettle Yarn Co. has been busy dyeing for Yarn in the City’s Pop-Up Marketplace in London on Sept. 5 (why are plane tickets so expensive?!), so she has plenty of Islington DK (BFL/silk) in the popular Verdigris and Neckinger colorways. She’s also restocked some Beyul (baby yak/silk/Superwash Merino) in Steppe, the color she’s using for her beautiful Sibella Cardigan, along with Black Quartz, Monk’s Robe and Yurt.