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The Winter Solstice Calendars will be inspired by the general witchy cozy vibes of a snow covered forest on solstice, think dark trees, Moon glows and the cronching of snow beneath your boots while it echoes through the forest.
BOTH Calendars. Each year I like to mix up the advent/calendar styles and I couldn’t choose just one so this season we are doing a Solstice Sock Calendar and a FIBER calendar.

Solstice Sock Advent ($200): You will receive 4 sock sets each set being 1- 100g skein and 2 – 20g minis in contrast colors, all on the Nectar base. Alongside the yarn you will also get notions!

Fiber Solstice Advent ($160): 12 -20g bumps alongside the same vibe as the sock sets, not the same colors but same vibe and 1 – 100g Braid.
All of the fiber will be the same blend that way you don’t need to change any spinning techniques between the days!

Preorder days: June 1, 9a ET and July 1, 11a ET — Each preorder will be up for 10 days or until they sell out!

Each month, a color inspired by Folklore around the world is released, and this month’s folklore introduces us to one of the seven legendary monsters of Guarani Mythology. Mbói Tu’ĩ was once a beautiful parrot who lived on Earth without evil. He knew the secret path to enter this paradise guarded by the god Rupave, and because of this was given Lechiguana to drink by some Mamluks until he was so drunk he told them how to find the path. Knowing it was Mboi Tui who revealed the secret, Rupave cursed him and took away his ability to fly, transforming him into his current form of a giant serpent body with streaks and scales, with a feathered head and beak of a parrot, and split tongue the color of blood. He patrols the swamps of south central South America (Paraguay and some parts of Argentina, Brazil and Bolivia) living in the humid atmosphere and local flora while protecting the wetlands and amphibian life around him. It is said his terrifying squawks can be heard far off, instilling terror in anyone who hears it.

Lucent: 70% SW BFL, 20% silk, 10% Cashmere 100g 438 yds

Folklore goes live Saturday, June 3, 9 a.m. ET – There are ready to ship skeins and then preorders until we have reached capacity.

The Folklore Club is a monthly club released into the world on the first weekend of every month inspired by creatures of lore from around the world.

May’s installment is inspired by Ahuizotl, a legendary creature from Aztec mythology also described as a “spiny aquatic thing” or “water Dog.” Lurking in deep pools of water or caverns, this small dog-sized creature’s purpose is to protect the local fish, or it was sent by the gods Tlaloc and Chalchiuhtlicue to collect souls they like. It is coated with dark black waterproof fur that tends to spike when leaving the water, small pointed ears and hands similar to that of a monkey on both of its arms and the end of its smooth, rubbery tail which they use to capture their prey.

Most accounts say the Ahuizotl snatches people from the water’s edge to feast on their eyes, nails and teeth, sometimes using cries that are similar to that of a human baby or sending all the frogs and fish to the surface to bring people in closer.

It will be available on Lucent: 70% SW BFL 20% Silk 10% Cashmere 100G 438yds
Preorder goes live Saturday May 6, 10 a.m. ET

A palette with the classic Plies & Hellhounds moody depth but with some new pops of color. Like a vase of Poppies in a dark green living room, or that favorite yellow velvet chair in your office where you take a break from your work.

Revival DK: 50% Kent Romney, 37.5% BFL, 12.5% Brown BFL
100g, 268yds, DK weight, non-Superwash

Wrought Iron: A charcoal black like the original fence around the front garden standing as an intimidating barrier to the outside world but a strong barrier keeping your garden within.

Old Growth: A Stormy Navy kitchen with the dark colors making the cabinets feel like that are going on forever, a warm cave of fresh pastries, stews and late night hot drinks.
Withdrawing: A living room not just for sitting, with living plants acting as curtains around tall windows, browns and greens in the leathers and leaves enveloping you in their branches while you read your favorite book.

Solitude: Bedrooms are meant to be a sanctuary, somewhere to be your truest self and feel complete relaxation. The last warm blues of the night sky before the sun rises envelope this bedroom making it feel like the witching hour all day.

Gable: Standing strong in either a shelf lined library or outline of the home itself a wine red brings the power of what you can bring through your stories and reminds those looking up at this house what power goes on within its walls.

Sun Soaked: Rays coming in through the long halls and tall ceilings warming the wooden floors, feeding the plants, and illuminating the colors of the house.

Charmer: Accents in flowers, pillows, art, food. Pops of a bright red to balance out the moods of the walls.

Good Bones: The house won’t stand without good bones and this collection wouldn’t be here without this yarn. Letting the natural heathering of the wool shine and speak for itself.

Sweater: Double Date by Winter’s Weather Knits in Wrought Iron, Gable, Good Bones and Charmer

The last plant of the Wicked Seeds club is Hemlock, available on Nectar: 60% SW Merino 20% Silk 20% Yak 100G 400yds

Hemlock is a commonly misidentified plant, not to be confused with the Hemlock tree (harmless) or water hemlock (not so harmless) but also more common plants like carrots, Queen Anne’s Lace and wild Chervil leading to a tragic error. One of the key features to make sure what you are foraging is not Hemlock, the stalk of this plant has distinct purple/red markings up its green stalk.⁠ It was a popular old Germanic funerary herb, who believed it was a plant of great hatred and harbored resentment for other plants favored by people like rue that it won’t grow anywhere near it. ⁠But the use of this plant did not start there in ancient Greece it was the state poison of executions in Athens as well as the cause of death for historical figures such as Socrates who was found guilty in his trial after riots broke out in Athens and given a cup of Hemlock extract.⁠

Digesting true Hemlock will cause tremors, dilated pupils, vomiting and muscle weakness to start but can also turn into kidney failure, muscle paralysis, Low blood pressure and a slow heartbeat.⁠

Wolfsbane – Aconitum Napellus
Preorders go live Saturday, August 6, 10a
Nectar: 60% SW Merino | 20% Yak | 20% Silk | 100G | 400Yds

Wolfsbane is another extremely well-known poison laced throughout history from Greek mythology to Anglo-Saxon monasteries. It is also known as Monkshood as its lilac purple flowers resemble the cowls of English monks.

This plant can be found wild in the Mediterranean Basin with the scientific name coming from the hills of Aconitus where it is said Hercules dragged Cerberus from the underworld and battled the three headed dog, his drips of saliva falling and bringing forth this plant to the earth. The Queen of Poisons is deadly from flower to root, causing death within two to six hours of ingestion. First it will feel like bugs are crawling all over, then your mouth and face will start to go numb. Soon you will feel tired and the paralysis will set in leading you to asphyxiation.

Wolfsbane is linked to death, rebirth and transformation is all forms of sorcery including, not surprisingly, to Werewolves. It can either be used to dispose of marauding wolves or if you touch the plant during the full moon it could induce lycanthropy.

Pandora’s Box is a December yarn countdown inspired by the lore, art and history of none other than Pandora’s box. This year’s yarn countdown will have two options.

1) 24 – 20g Minis and 1 100G skein ($190 + Shipping)
2) 5 – 100G Skeins ($170+ Shipping)

There will only be one base available for BOTH boxes (it’s easier for you and me). The base in question is the new Nectar base (60% SW Merino | 20% Yak | 20% Silk 100G 400 Yds) and a variation of the Nectar base (SW Merino/Yak/Nylon) for the minis.

Both boxes will include a shawl pattern by Lindsey of Larkspur Knits!

The four colors of the full skeins will be four colors included in the 24 minis (I will be posting recommended opening dates so they coordinate)

Preorders will open July 1 at 9am ET for ten days or until this batch sells out.

A second round will open on August 1 at 11am ET.

Boxes will be shipping out in mid to late October in order to get to all their homes well before the December start date.

On Nectar: 60% Sw Merino | 20% Silk | 20% Yak | 100G | 400yds
Shop Update: Saturday, July 2, 10am ET

This month’s Wicked Seed installment is the birth flower of July, the Larkspur. Named for its resemblance of the crooked claw of a Lark, this tall Delphinium flowers comes in a range of pinks, red and whites but it is most popularly known for its vibrant purple and blue tones.

Originating in the Mediterranean area, the Larkspur traveled north to the UK in the 1500s and has been recorded to be brought over to the Americas by the 1600s, quickly naturalizing and spreading around its new home in fields and roadside pastures. Despite the entire plant being toxic, their brillant colors made this plant wildly popular in romantic cottage gardens. The roots and seeds are said to be the most dangerous part of this plant (although the plant itself becomes less toxic as their blooming season goes on) containing neuromuscular blockers causing those who ingest it to go into cardiac arrest and some recorded seizures, usually killing them in a few hours. Similar to many of the Wicked Seeds plants, part of the Larkspur is also ground down and can be used for medicines to heal wounds and treat bug bites, and studies are being done about its use to treat neurological disorders.

Cattle are the most common victims of the Larkspur and ranchers have to rotate pastures with the seasons to keep their livestock from the plants in its most potent stages, but sometimes can send in a secret weapon: sheep. Domesticated sheep are immune to the Larkspurs toxins and are commonly sent out ahead of cattle to graze through the Larkspur patches making way for the rest of the livestock in the area.

Wicked Seeds, a monthly club inspired beautiful but deadly plants, goes live Saturday April 2, at 10am ET
The yarn is our Nectar Base: 60% SW Merino | 20% Yak | 20% Silk | 100G | 400 yds

Daffodil or Narcissus is one of the first flowers that pop up with the coming of spring. The delicate yellow, peach, white and salmon flowers are one of the few that can push up through the snow and stay in bloom for the majority of the season but it is a bad omen if the first daffodils of the year are seen with their heads towards you.

While the origin of the names are disputed one of them points us to the Greek myth about Narcissus who fell so much in love with his reflection he wasted away, died and then was turned into a flower, the daffodil. It’s been thought the name came more from the word Narcao “ to become numb” which is what any part of this plant will do to you. Just this harbinger of spring’s scent in an enclosed space can cause headaches and vomiting. The bulb, if ingested, causes the paralysis of the central nervous system leading to collapse and eventual death.

Because of these traits Daffodils are associated with death in the Greko-Roman world and commonly used in funeral wreaths in early Egypt. It is also said that Hades used daffodils to first lure Persephone into the Underworld.

Spring Equinox Sunday, March 20, 10a ET

Spring Finals is the final set of colors to our seasonal collections. A time of year where the end of the cold harsh winter days are coming to a close, the days are getting longer and we are crawling out of cold dark blanket piles into warm fields and open windows. The start of lazy peaceful days falling into a new romance novel or story of your choosing and those small details that you hold onto to keep you going through the rest of the year.⁠ Introducing four new coordinating colors inspired by warm mornings and fuzzy feelings while reading.

A Blush Crept: A delicate pink peach with speckles of gold, saffron and warm greens and browns. A flush upon the yarn not unlike the one you cannot stop as a quick remark brings on warm feelings you didn’t dare acknowledge until now. Pondering if its the new heat of the day or something else. ⁠
Opia: Warm gold under toned greens springing to life. A (in the most loving sense) swampy green tonal invoking the warm lush sense of a forest in bloom
Deny This: Warm charcoals with brown to gold undertones. This shadowy tonal embracing secrets that threaten to come into the light. A command or a challenge to fight those dark warming feelings.⁠
Oh Darling: Smoky grungy lavender tonal. A delicate tonal skein not unlike the shift in tone from that infuriating tease of a name that turns into a quiet declaration. ⁠

Bases Available
Fig Lace (70/30 Kid Mohair/Silk) Lace Weight
Marie Cutie (75/25 SW Corriedale/Nylon) Fingering Weight
Penny (80/10/10 SW Merino/Cashmere/Nylon) Fingering Weight
PolDK (100 SW Polwarth) Dk Weight
✵NEW✵ Travelers (100 NonSuperwash Targhee) Worsted Weight