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2019 Year In Review: IU exclusives

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A cream and brown shawl.

A cream and brown shawl.

When it comes time to decide on my next project, I sometimes tend to want to save the special yarn, such as the Indie Untangled exclusive colorways that I’ve had dyers create for the Rhinebeck Trunk Show, the Knitting Our National Parks project or the Where We Knit yarn club.

One of my new year’s resolutions has been to put that yarn to use. To inspire you to do the same, here’s a look back and knitters who put some Indie Untangled exclusives to use for projects.

Pictured above is a sample of Ritual Shawl by Marceline Smith that Susan/knit4u created with the Onyx Fiber Arts IU exclusive Cider Donut Dipped In Coffee (along with Adria’s Coffee Grounds and First Cup, which are available on her website). There are only a dozen or so skeins of DK left in the shop, and it’s a fast knit to have in time for winter.

A purple shawl.
Amy/k1teach2’s The Sweetest Berries by Justyna Lorkowska in Martin’s Lab Comfy Merino Leszcz
A green and gray cowl.
Danielle/bi0chemcrazy’s Mohonk Delight by Kirsten Kapur in La Bien Aimée Merino Aran Kingston and Hudson
A gray and green colorwork sweater.
@bethmacdonaldstone‘s Paleta by Caitlin Hunter in La Bien Aimée Merino Singles Kingston and Hudson (also with Alchemy: Yarns of Transformation Haiku)
A pink cabled hat.
margaretdecker’s Pathfinder by Woolly Wormhead in Asylum Fibers Merino DK Welcoming
An aqua and red chevron striped scarf.
Michaelene/bookwormmike’s Happy Magic Scarf by Heather Hill in SpaceCadet Oriana 8-ply Gunnison
A pink hat with a white pom pom.
Lunita by Kristen Jancuk in Julie Asselin Nurtured Leaf Pile

See more FOs using Indie Untangled exclusives here.


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