What to stash this week: Shop indie and save

New sales will be added through the weekend.

Every November, I think about what I want to do for the big holiday shopping kickoff weekend for Indie Untangled. Since I’m such a small business (my “stock room” is maybe about as big as a booth at a yarn festival!), I don’t provide discounts that often. But as a small business, I’m thankful for being part of such a supportive and enthusiastic community, so I like taking the opportunity to express that gratitude. Some years, I’ve done a sale and in others I’ve offered a free gift with purchase. This year, I’ve decided to do both!

Through Sunday at 11:59 p.m. Eastern, you can receive 5-25% off your order of anything in the shop, with the exception of the Where We Knit Yarn Club. That means lovely yarn from Circus Tonic Handmade and Lanivendole, or the last dozen (!) skeins of Julie Asselin Nurtured in Leaf Pile, or treat yourself to a Harris Sling bag. You can use the following codes:

5OFF50 for 5% off orders of $50 or more
10OFF100 for 10% off orders of $100 or more
15OFF150 for 15% off orders of $150 or more
25OFF250 for 25% off orders of $250 or more

In addition, orders of $100 or more will receive a free mystery 20g mini skein! Available while supplies last.

A pink and orange hank of yarn in the shape of a heart.

On that note, I’d like to continue my tradition of marking the start of shopping weekend by giving back. When you buy an in-stock item from the Indie Untangled shop or an Indie Untangled vendor this weekend, I will donate 5% of your purchase to Camba, an organization that provides programs in economic development, education and youth development, family support, health, housing and legal services to people in my hometown of Brooklyn.

Here’s what you need to do:

• Forward me the email confirmation from any purchase you made from an Indie Untangled vendor between 12:01 a.m. your time Thursday, November 24 and midnight your time Tuesday, November 29.

• You can see the list of qualifying vendors here, either on the right side of the screen if you’re on a computer or at the bottom if you’re on your phone. Purchases of in-stock items from the Indie Untangled shop during this time automatically qualify!

• Forward the email to me ([email protected]) before midnight your time on Friday, December 2 so it can qualify for the donation.

A skein of yarn in purple, pink and yellow.

Amy of Amy’s Trinket Shop is having a grand reopening/holiday sale to kick off the holiday season! You can enjoy 10-20% off orders of stitch markers and Amy’s new hand-dyed yarn line, called Cedar Closet Yarns. There’s a $50 minimum purchase.

A knitting badge featuring a magnetic back, a hanging hook, and the image of a black sheep silhouette with the words Black Sheep Club.

If you practice Portuguese knitting, or are planning to learn, Bonnie of Yank Your Yarn has new handmade magnetic knitting pins. They allow you to control your tension while showing off your style and snark.

What to stash this week: A new crew for the ultimate indie yarn club

A collage with a wreath of brown, orange and cream flora; blue buildings and a sea; a saxophone and a glass of whiskey and a moody lake.

I’m excited to announce the teams and open sign-ups for Where We Knit 2023. Starting in February, you’ll receive quarterly installments from:

Porter Wool Co and Samantha Guerin
Miss La Motte and Nidhi Kansal of Nidhi Knits
Hudson + West and Saysha Greene
Knotty Pine Fiber Co. and Megan Nodecker of Pip & Pin

Their inspiration photos are shown in the image above, clockwise from top left, and you can read more about them in the listing.

Aside from the yarn and pattern, each shipment will include a surprise gift from a third small business. After each installment ships out, you’ll get to learn more about the collaboration through Zoom interviews with the team that are open only to club members.

Membership has other privileges: All yarn club members will receive a code for 15% off all purchases from Indie Untangled in 2023!

You have the option of a one-time payment for a discounted price or payment each quarter, and there’s also an option to purchase the club as a gift for a special knitter in your life, if you want to avoid the holiday shipping rush. Sign-ups run through December 31, 2022.

If your stash is overflowing, you can also sponsor a yarn club installment for a low-income knitter, or apply for a grant yourself.

An asymmetrical cowl made from Teal blue and orange yarn.

Killer Queen, Mary Annarella’s latest cowl pattern, is guaranteed to blow your mind (and give you an ear worm). This asymmetrical cowl, worked on the bias with three different stitch patterns, is also 40% off along with all Lyrical Knits patterns through November 26.

A large skein of red, white, and brown yarn with three mini skeins in pink, brown and green and the text Peppermint Bark.

If you’re not hungry, you will be now: Olive & Two Ewe’s latest is Peppermint Bark, which comes in sock sets with three coordinating minis as well as Fiber & Fun Kits. Kits come with a skein of the colorway on a Merino/silk/Cashmere blend, a handmade bar of peppermint bark goat’s milk soap, and a set of three peppermint stitch markers.

A pile of fingering yarn in a colourway of purples, pinks, and rusts, and the text The Yarn Alliance is opening.

Sign-ups for the super fun SpaceCadet yarn club are about to open up, so get on her mailing list so you can get the link as soon as the club goes live.

Mini skeins of yarn in red, green, brown and greens with a peppermint cocoa charm set and red, green and white peppermint project bag.

Andrea of WoolenWomenFibers has a bunch of new holiday-themed sets in the shop that are perfect for your Christmas gift knitting.

A blue background with snow and evergreen branches and the text 12 Days of Christmas Advent Calendar.

Preorders for the Dragonflight Yarns 12 Days of Christmas Advent are open until November 28. Boxes include 11 20g mini fingering skeins, one full 100g fingering skein and many holiday-themed goodies to begin opening on December 14.

Holiday charms on a numbered chain.

Dawn of Twice Sheared Sheep creates row counters that allow you to just knit without leaving your project to mark your progress. Her new festive collection adds some holiday cheer to your latest WIP and makes a great gift.

A light-skinned woman wearing a green cabled vest.

Paola’s latest pattern, the Leonora slipover, is a vest inspired by the main female character in Verdi’s opera “Il trovatore.” Use the code leonora for 25% off until Sunday 20 at midnight Rome time.

Cream yarn with green and red speckles.

Victoria of Eden Cottage Yarns is updating her shop today with Titus 4ply, a blend of Superwash extrafine Merino and mulberry silk, and just stocked more Hayton DK, a Merino/Cashmere/nylon.

A blue and pink bag.

Sara of La Cave à Laine has created various gift guides to help you choose the perfect holiday present for all your friends and loved ones, whether they are knitters or non-knitters.

Gothfarm Yarn has a new 100% wool yarn called Mutton.

An Indie Untangled gift guide for yarn crafters

With all the great indie made goodies out there, it can be hard to find the perfect gift for your fellow maker (or decide what you want yourself). I’ve put together a selection of products from Indie Untangled vendors, and the Indie Untangled website, to help you narrow things down. Happy shopping!

A small tote bag with spruce trees block printed in black.

These bags from Crista Jaeckel are all ready for gifting! They are block printed on fabric by hand — Crista drew the trees and worked with her daughter, who carved the block. You can personalize your bag by choosing either red dots or multicolored dots on your trees. The waxed canvas base will be either red or green, for a fun surprise!

Skein of Rusty Red and Olive Fingering weight yarn plus 6 coordinating mini skeins.

This mini skein set from Teresa of Sunny Day Fiber has the perfect “warm, cozy, sit by the fire and knit” feel. Use it to knit up a sock with contrasting heels and toes and use the extras for a few ornaments. The set comes with one 100g skein and six 20g skeins in a 75/25 Superwash Merino/nylon fingering weight.

Portraits of famous queens on a gold background.

The Queen’s Box from La Cave à Laine is a collaboration between five European designers and creators who Sara says “have combined their talents to make us Queens!” It’s a calendar that you open every day from December 25 to January 6, or Queen’s Day in Europe. It includes:

Six mini skeins of Fingering Lane by Deborah of Swiss company Penny Lane Yarns
Four mini skeins from Kidsilk Lane from Penny Lane Yarns
One knitting pattern by Swiss designer Frida Franckié
One knitting pattern by Sara Maternini of La Cave à Laine, based in France
One haberdashery item from La Cave à Laine
One haberdashery item from Cécile of Atelier Camelir, a French ceramic creator
A few surprises

Boxes are available to preorder only until Saturday, November 19.

Four small images of the same light-skinned woman wearing a the same knitted wrap four different ways.

The Tea Time Wrap kit from West 7th Wool comes with three 50g skeins of 7th Street Singles (100% SW Merino single-ply) to knit this simple project that’s perfect for the busy season. The construction is simple: four panels of stockinette stitch knit with very large needles separated by rows of garter stitch knit with smaller needles, creating a versatile shawl/wrap/scarf. Choose from Cream Tea or Winter Tea colors.

An arrangement of monster bulky minis.

We all know that bulky projects are the way to go during the winter. Judy and Emily of Jems Luxe Fibers stand out by selling bulky 20g mini skeins, allowing you to add colorwork to your favorite bulky pattern. Available in single skeins or sets of five.

A pair of handknit socks made from a variety of mini skeins in different colors and stitch patterns.

The Topsy-Turvy Socks from Jenny of Kountingsheep are inspired by Alice in Wonderland and are the perfect festive attire for your feet. The pattern includes three sizes, written top down with a slip stitch heel flap and Kitchener toe. Use nine mini skeins to create this fun and quirky pattern!

Purple, aqua and green tweed bags with brown leather straps sit across a mannequin.

The Harris Sling Bag, an Indie Untangled exclusive, is hand crafted in six different colorways of beautiful Harris Tweed from Adabrock Weaving Company in Scotland’s Outer Hebrides. These bags are the perfect size to carry around a small accessory project, plus your everyday essentials, with one open and one zippered pocket — I’ve been using mine as a purse. It comes with a size-inclusive leather strap that can adjust from approximately 30″ to 48″.



A collage with a wreath of brown, orange and cream flora; blue buildings and a sea; a saxophone and a glass of whiskey and a moody lake.

If you don’t want to have to worry about holiday shipping deadlines, this quarterly club is the perfect gift for your favorite indie yarn lover! The 2023 Indie Untangled Where We Knit Yarn Club brings together four indie dyer and designer teams from around the world. Each pair will create a colorway and an accompanying accessory pattern, drawing inspiration from various places where they whip out their works in progress.

A dark wooden phone stand.

The ingenious Maple Phone Stand from Canada-based Thread & Maple helps keep your digital patterns in view while holding stitch markers, scissors and darning needles securely on a magnetic tray.

White mugs that say Indie AF and Indie as fuck.

Show off your indie cred with this one of these mugs, made custom for Indie Untangled by Portland, Oregon-based JaMpdx. Available in “slightly spicy” and non-PG “extra spicy.”

Dark green gift tags that say "handmade with love" rest on a skein of light gray yarn sitting in a woven basket.

Make sure to top off your handmade gift with a special tag from Augusta of adKnits. Each set comes with 10 2″ x 3.5″ tags and strings. The back includes a “to/from” and care instructions section.

What to stash this week: A chic yarn

Giulia and Stefania of Lanivendole collaborate with small producers to custom mill their own bases in Italy, and they sent me a huge box of A Chic Blend, which is a made up of 60% Abruzzese wool, 20% alpaca and 20% mohair. The yarn has a beautiful sheen and is the perfect balance of structure and softness.

A set of mini skeins in greens, blues and purples.

Kate of McMullin Fiber Co has some beautiful yarn combinations with some great sales baked in. PLUS, you can get an extra 15% off your purchase through Monday, November 14, with the code BESTIE.

Red, green, purple, blue and gold yarn with mini skeins in green, mauve and pink.

Carolyn and Michelle of Olive & Two Ewe Studios are providing extra cheer with their Yuletide Carols Sock Sets, which come with three coordinating mini skeins instead of two. They’re available in both fingering and DK weights.

Four skeins of yarn in shades of blue and grey.

Eden Cottage Yarns’ newest yarn is Keld Twist, is now available. It’s a blend of Superwash Merino and linen, with slightly more linen content than Keld Fingering and Keld Aran.

The Dragonflight Yarns November colorway is called Foxy and comes with a fox stitch marker.

What to stash this week: Holidays in Scotland

I’m thrilled to debut the new colors of the Harris Sling bag! This bag is a special collaboration between Indie Untangled and Adabrock Weaving Company, located on the Isle of Lewis, in Scotland’s Outer Hebrides. They are handmade, right down to the leather straps, by Chrissie of Pied Beauty Studios, my talented neighbor in Brooklyn. And, keeping it in the fiber community, the yarn ball tags inside are from Katrinkles!

The new colors are: Winter Moor, the gorgeous red (only two left!); Mussel, a sophisticated navy; and Sea Glass, a perfectly-named mix of green and blue. They join Luskentyre, a cheerful teal that matches the Indie Untangled colors perfectly; Heather, a bright purple; and Lichen, a stunning green that is my current everyday bag (well, unless I bring out the new red!).

If these catch your eye, act fast! There’s a long process involved in making them, from the weaving of the tweed to attaching the hand-cut straps, so it will take a while to restock.

Three skeins of yarn in red, green, blue, and brown.

Shelly of Daisy Stitch Co is all set for December and has debuted her holiday colorways. They include a self-striping skein named Cozy Christmas, which comes as a single skein and a sock set with heel and toe minis. There’s also the Home for the Holidays and Candy Cane collections, comprised of one variegated colorway and five coordinating semisolids. The semisolids are available in full as well as mini skeins and all are dyed on 75/25 Superwash Merino/nylon fingering-weight yarn.

The 2022 KAL/CAL winners!

We’re so excited to share the winners of this year’s Indie Untangled make-a-long! This KAL/CAL included projects completed between June 1 and Indie Untangled on October 14. There were 14 winners in seven categories, chosen by random number generator. Here is their beautiful work.


A light blue speckled lace cowl held up by light-skinned hands.

Dawn’s Meraki cowl (Ravelry link)


A red, green, yellow and gray striped hat with a gray fur pompom.

Deborah’s July Hat (Ravelry link)



A pruple and white striped and lace shawl.

Sandy’s Flowla (Ravelry link)


White socks with a blue cuff.

Anh’s Euphorium (Ravelry link)

A pair of pink socks with a red stripe on sock blockers.

Lisa’s Porch Light (Ravelry link)

Sweater – Adult


What to stash this week: Yarn party

I’m so excited to debut Circus Tonic Handmade’s line of yarn for Indie Untangled! Hannah, a mom of three and former molecular geneticist based in South Australia who dyes on Australian Merino, has created special-to-IU colorways on a selection of several bases. There is Jubilee Sock, a classic 75/25 Superwash Merino and nylon sock yarn.

In addition, I’m featuring her Soiree Fingering, a glowing blend of 70% Superwash Merino, 20% silk and 10% Cashmere, in eight colors.

A bundle of yarn skeins in multiple colors.

There’s also a selection of her Pageant DK Superwash Merino in 10 colors with classic women’s names, including a yellow named after my Grandma Florence (yellow was her favorite color).

Pink single-ply and fuzzy yarn.

We also have mohair/silk and Merino singly-ply bundles, called Fledgling Duos, perfectly portioned for projects that need a little halo.

A rainbow of rustic mini skeins of yarn.

And, last but certainly not least, there are a very limited number of mini skein bundles with non-Superwash Australian Corriedale. This yarn feels like hugging a sheep, another animal that calls Australia home.

Laverne of Bzy Peach created the My Choice colorway to support our right to choose what to do with our own bodies. Use it to knit the Autonomy cowl by Romi Hill. This yarn is comprised of soft 100% Pima Cotton hand dyed in Georgia — my friend Kathy said it’s the best cotton yarn she’s ever knit with! It’s also available in 50/50 cotton/wool. 20% of sales of this colorway will be donated to the National Network of Abortion Funds.

Three skeins of light pink purple yarn.

Carolyn and Michelle of Olive & Two Ewe Studios are continuing “yarn season” with new colorways, including Renewal (pictured here) and Out of the Mist. They’re also raising money for Hurricane Ian victims through the Red Cross with their DistractIAN colorway.

Skeins of speckled red, yellow and brown yarn and an image of heritage corn in purples, pinks and oranges.

While she works on new holiday and winter colors, Andrea of WoolenWomenFibers is offering 15% off Autumn colorways through November 1, with free shipping on U.S. orders $35 and up.

A light-skinned woman wears a knit colorwork bandana cowl in brown and cream over a black sweater and jeans.

Ashleigh Wempe’s Tucson bandana cowl, originally featured in the book Handmade: Slow Fashion Inspired by Arizona’s Five Cs, is now available for purchase as an individual pattern. This lightweight colorwork cowl, knit in two skeins of light fingering, is the perfect fall layering piece.

The side view of a short-sleeved sweater with a long open vent at the sides knit in gray, mossy green and dark gray. It is worn over a long button-down white blouse.

Shellie Anderson’s Irrigon sweater, released yesterday, is a versatile, easy-to-layer sleeveless pullover featuring June Cashmere’s luxurious fingering-weight yarn. Kits are available from the yarn company’s website.

What to stash this week: Fleece Navidad

If you’d like a yarny experience from Spain, Aitana Villa, who is based in Catalonia, has a 2022 Advent set available to order. Enjoy a treat each Sunday in December, with four skeins of yarn in special colorways on a variety of bases (including Merino/nylon, alpaca/Merino/cotton and mohair) and a special surprise on Christmas Day. There will be a shawl pattern to tie it all together and some extra goodies.

A bouquet of pink roses and the text La Societa della Giardiniere, A collectable surprise club for 2023.

Sara of La Cave à Laine is launching the second year of her club inspired by La Società delle Giardiniere, the female branch of Carboneria, a network of secret revolutionary societies active in Italy at the beginning of the 19th century. This year’s club is themed around tools, notions and more!

A young light-skinned woman in a black dress and a colourful chevron wrap, standing underneath a graffiti'd bridge and gazing upward with a look of strength on her face, and the text Deflection Wrap by Jade Keaney.

The new Deflection Wrap by Jade Keaney from the SpaceCadet team shows off mini skeins using a chevron structure and textured stitches. The pattern is 25% off for one week only!

A square divided into four quadrants, each with a different colorway of yarn knitted up: blue with speckles, multi colored, red and yellow, and light turquoise with colorful speckles. The square has the words "Cranky Socks" in the middle.

If the time commitment has put you off handknit socks, then try one of Olive & Two Ewe Studios’ Cranky Sock Kits! It’s not a pair of ill-tempered socks. Rather, each kit contains a cranked sock tube in your choice of colorway, a coordinating mini for coordinating heels and toes and instructions on how to bring it all together.

wo light-skinned women, one wearing a long cardigan and the other a pullover in gray-blue yarn with red-purple bobbles.

Sockeye, the Barker Wool Knitting Our National Parks colorway inspired by sockeye salmon swimming by Brooks Falls in Alaska’s Katmai National Park & Preserve, is available to preorder through today only!

Pictured here are Dawn and I kinda-sorta twinning in our assigned pooling sweaters at Indie Untangled. I’m in the soon-to-be released Llano pullover. If you’d like to make it, the pattern calls for 3-5 skeins depending on your bust size: 3 for 30”-38”, 4 for 40”-56” and 5 for 58”-60″ (though I would highly recommend getting an extra skein or two because I used up almost all of three skeins for the size 30 and two gauge swatches.

Five skeins of yarn: two skeins of dark grey, two skeins of purple and one skein of orange.

Just in time for the end of Socktober, Victoria has updated her site with full and mini skeins of Brimham 4ply, Eden Cottage Yarns’ extrafine Merino/nylon sock yarn.

Pre-Rhinebeck Untangling: Yarn Social

This is the eighth in a series of blog posts featuring the fabulous sponsors of Indie Untangled, taking place on October 14, 2022 and online. Register free for the online marketplace, which runs through November 1.

A few years ago, I was wandering the aisles of the TNNA yarn industry trade show when I ran into Trish from my knitting group in New York City. It didn’t seem strange to see Trish at a yarn event, but then I realized it was unique that she was at a yarn industry event. Turned out she was opening a yarn shop in her home town of Kansas City, Missouri!

That shop is Yarn Social, which opened in 2018 with a mission to “build and support our community of people who make beautiful things with yarn.” Trish is committed to supporting indie businesses and providing a safe and welcoming space for all yarn lovers, and is a perfect partner for Indie Untangled.

Tell me about the decision to open Yarn Social. Had you always wanted to own a yarn shop? What did you do before you became a yarn shop owner?

Opening a yarn shop supplanted my old answer to the question of what kind of work I’d do if money was no object; the previous answer was a stationery shop, but once I re-learned how to crochet and learned how to knit that changed everything!
I used to be an in-house attorney for Pfizer in New York; I learned to knit at Knit-a-way, a now-closed yarn shop in Brooklyn. There are amazing yarn shops in the five boroughs — for a while I lived at 81st and Broadway across the street from The Yarn Co. and just two blocks from Knitty City. I left NYC in early 2017 and moved back to my hometown of Kansas City, Missouri, and I took some time off to figure out what I wanted to do next. I missed my old knit group terribly (which is how I know Lisa from Indie Untangled!), and was in search of a knitting community; at the same time, I realized there weren’t any yarn shops near where I lived in the heart of KCMO, and about 18 months after moving back to KC, I opened Yarn Social.
The exterior of Yarn Social.
How did you choose the products that you carry?
When I first opened the shop, most of the yarns I chose were favorites of mine that I discovered at yarn shops, sheep and wool festivals and knitting friends. Figuring out which notions folks would be interested in was a fun experiment. In the nearly four years we’ve been open, our product list has evolved (and always will, I’m sure!) as I learn more about what our community likes and as I discover new yarns, notions and tools.
What makes your shop different from others?
Yarn Social is very much a product of the times we live in.
My yarn practice has always been social for me — my knitting flourished after I found my knit group in New York; attending retreats like Schoolhouse Press’s Knit Camp is similarly important to me. In the four years since Yarn Social opened, my commitment to creating a space and a community that is supportive and open to everyone, particularly to people who often don’t feel welcome in yarny spaces, has only become more important to me. The conversation around racism and white supremacy in the yarn community that started in early 2019, existing in the U.S. during the Trump presidency, the pandemic — all these things have shaped my business.
We prioritize customer service. We love to see what you’re working on (whether or not you got the yarn from us), we are here to cheer you on and commiserate when needed, we help you solve problems. Our community means everything to us, and we want everyone in it to flourish!
Colorful yarn on shelves surrounded by potted plants.
What are some of the best things you’ve learned running your business?

Most everything is better when you have a team of people working together. The folks I work with are amazing and creative and have such good ideas and are so generous with them.

Going from selling in person only to also selling online (our online shop opened shortly after Kansas City shut down in March 2020) complicates every aspect of the business. It’s worth the complications, for sure, but it changed the nature of the work it takes to keep things running smoothly. More than two years out, I’m still learning this lesson.
I knew opening a yarn shop would affect my relationship to my own knitting/crochet/weaving/spinning practice, but was not prepared for how significant that effect would be. When you own a business, the line between work and the rest of your life can be really blurry, and knitting et al. can feel a lot like work. I’m still learning to be much more intentional with my practice, making sure to set aside time for it.
When and how did you learn to knit?
In January 2009 I took a crochet class at Knit-a-Way in Brooklyn with an amazing woman named Tatyana Mirin. After helping me get reacquainted with crochet, I signed up for Tatyana’s knit class; I can honestly credit her with changing my life in the best way.
A cotton tote bag that reads Shop Small, Shop Local, Shop Yarn Social.

What’s currently on your needles?

I’m doing my first test knit for my friend Casey (aka Tangerine Designs); it’s a triangular shawl and I’m loving working on it. I have dozens of other WIPs and so few FOs…
Tell me about one of your most memorable FOs.
My grandniece is nine, and since she was tiny, her favorite thing in the world was her duckie doll. I knit her a pair of duck foot socks (Blue-Footed Booby by Jeny Staiman) and they were such a hit.

What to stash this week: Fall hues

Each year, I also get sizable shipments of yarn from dyers based overseas to showcase at, and on, Indie Untangled. I’m once again hosting skeins from Lanivendole from Italy. Giulia and Stefania sent three custom-milled bases, including A Chic Blend, comprised of Abruzzese wool, alpaca and mohair. To fit their lineup of Chic colorways, they created Borealis, a pale purple with tiny speckles of plum, blue and gold.

Borealis is my show special for Indie Untangled this year! If you’re attending today’s event, you can see it in the booth. It’s also available in limited quantities through my virtual booth in the Indie Untangled online marketplace. Registration is free and you can shop all two dozen vendors from wherever you are.

A collage of eight different fingering Sock weight yarns, in various colors.

Anastasia of Cashmere & Coconuts just had a big shop update filled with fall colorways. You can also sign up for a Cashmere & Coconuts subscription via CrateJoy. Use the code NEWCUSTOMER to receive a discount on your first box.

A background of yarn with a single blue, purple and orange variegated and speckled yarn on top.

Carolyn and Michelle of Olive & Two Ewe Studios have created the colorway Forbidden Wood, inspired by the movie Hocus Pocus. It coordinates with two other spooky colors, Mossy and Potions.

A light-skinned woman wearing a green colorwork sweater.

Designer Sharon Hartley just released her Dark Academia sweater, knit in Murky Depths Dyeworks Deep Sock base. She has kits in the original No More Shall We Part with Never Enough Thyme color combo, along with four other options. If you are attending Indie Untangled today, you can see Sharon’s original sample in person.

1 large pink skein and 5 small skeins in various pinks and neutral colors.

Shelly of Daisy Stitch Co has also debuted her new fall collections. Use coupon code 15OFF for 15% off of your purchase (some exclusions apply).

The colorway for the Dragonflight Yarns October box is called Nevermore.