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hello and thank you for stopping by! Here on the Indie Untangled blog, you can figure out what to make with your latest stash acquisitions, learn about some talented fiber artisans and much, much more.

What to stash this week: Foraging for yarn

Last year, I brought together two of my passions — hand-dyed yarn and breed-specific fibers — into the small-batch subscription of my dreams. The very first installment of the Heritage Wool Collective from Indie Untangled shipped out earlier this month, and I was thrilled at how it all came together!…

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What to stash this week: Spring gifts

Indie Untangled newcomer Nancy Whitman is giving us quite the welcome gift: 25% off all her patterns through March 23 with the code MM2015 on Ravelry. Nancy’s accessory designs include Bocce, above, which reinterprets a weaving pattern, with slip stitches for the ...

What to stash this week: Yowza! Whatta pairing!

Designer Lara Smoot has had some really fun Game of Thrones-inspired collaborations with Tennessee-based indie dyer Babs Ausherman, better known as Miss Babs. Lara’s latest designs are inspired by none other than Babs herself, whose “likeableness and charm come out in the beautiful yarns that ...

Knitting indie: Winter gifts

A few weeks ago, I wrote about marking my grandma’s 90th birthday with some crafty gifts. My mom was also the recipient of a handknit, a hooded scarf that she requested last year, and that she luckily gave me until January to ...

Untangling: The SkeinMinder

The knitters I know do so many amazing things when they’re not creating garments out of sticks and string. My friends include lawyers, editors, techies, teachers and at least one neuroscientist. Carrie Sundra of Alpenglow Yarn had a career designing and building electronics, until about ...

What to stash this week: Love is in the air

Buy your Valentine, or yourself, a floral or dessert-y treat that lasts and lasts. To mark the holiday of love, Alicia of Sweet Sheep Body Shoppe is offering 10% off your purchase of $18 or more through this Sunday, Feb. 15. Use the code love10 ...

Cupid’s needle

Reds and pinks are wonderful year-round colors (I should know — they make up much of my wardrobe and stash), but they’re certainly very present by mid-February. Whatever you think of the little holiday we have coming up this weekend, you will be sure to love these Valentines-y ...

What to stash this week: From your secret admirer

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 ...

Knitting indie: Marking a milestone

Those of you who follow Indie Untangled on Instagram may have seen this latest project. Or, rather, projects. My grandma, who’s a loyal reader of this blog (Hi, Grandma!) turned 90 last month. If that’s not deserving of a handknit, than I don’t know what ...

What to stash this week: Knit up kicks

Even if you do knit socks, here’s a great way to show off your love of knitting from head to toe: Lisa, AKA The Knitting Artist, provides the canvas sneakers, which are dyed in the color of your choice and embellished with her hand-drawn stockinette ...

What to stash this week: Go ‘wild’ with 10% off buttons

I’m happy to help reintroduce an artisan that I might not have discovered if I hadn’t started Indie Untangled last year. Give a warm welcome to Wildflower Button Studio! Hannah, who formerly sold her adorable polymer clay buttons as Fastenation Studio, had to change her ...

Vogue Knitting Live NYC 2015: The indies

Vogue Knitting Live always tends to sneak up on me, but it never fails to supply me with a ton of knitting inspiration and remind me why I decided to pick up my first pair of Clover needles several years ago.

I didn’t end ...

What to stash this week: Get what you want (if you’re not at VKL)

I’m going to be spending the next couple of days surrounded by lovely yarn at Vogue Knitting Live NYC (instead of just looking at pictures of it). I promise to come back with plenty of pretty pictures to look at (you can also follow Indie ...

Winter shades of yay

Before I started knitting, I never considered grey one of my favorite colors. Sure, it was a great neutral for skirts and accessories, but it wasn’t necessarily a shade I fawned over.

That all changed when I started buying hand-dyed yarn. I found myself drawn to skeins the ...

What to stash this week: French inhale

While I’m not promising that it will be easy, I’m pleased to be able to give you a little head start: Margaret of French Market Fibers, will be having an Etsy update today (Jan. 9) at 10 a.m. Central. It will be ...

Untangling: Eden Cottage Yarns

I first discovered Eden Cottage Yarns when I was doing a Yarn Hoars swap on Ravelry and my swap partner, the lovely muggleknitter/Cary, mentioned this new dyer she’d like to try. I headed over to the ECY website and fell in love with everything I ...