May 4, 2020

Trunk Show Remnants Update and Sale

The shop has just been updated with trunk show remnants and some of our new Merino DK and Sweet Hot Fuzz (kid mo and silk lace). These have traveled far and wide, been squeezed and squooshed, and are discounted to account for their minor skeinny jet lag! Since this is a sale, no additional sale codes are eligible — sorry! Thanks for stopping by and checking it out!

November 22, 2018

Cyber Monday Sale

Skeinny Dipping is having a Cyber Monday 20% off sale on all in stock yarn with the code CYBER20. We’ll have the new Organic Journey Worsted yarn, Mericash Fingering, Cannonball Sock and Polwarth Silk DK. Sale starts midnight (EDST) on November 26th and ends at 11:59 pm EDST. Custom orders are excluded during the sale and codes cannot be applied retroactively because that will make me lose my mind. See you there!

November 29, 2017

Rhinebeck 2017 Colorway is Live!

If you’ve been wanting some of my special Rhinebeck 2017 colorway that I dyed up for the Indie Untangled Trunk Show in October you can now grab some on Journey Worsted in the shop! This will be the only batch of it on a worsted weight, so grab it while you can. I’ll be dyeing more of this colorway on Mericash Fingering (70/20/10 MCN) soon — follow me on Instagram at @skeinnydippingyarn to find out when!

November 5, 2017

Post-Rhinebeck Shop Update

I have just uploaded the shop with lots of goodies, including a new base that debuted at the Indie Untangled Trunk Show — Polwarth Silk DK, a non-superwash yarn thats squooshy and soft.

All of the Rhinebeck 2017 skeins sold out at the trunk show but I will be dyeing more of that up on my Mericash Fingering and Journey Worsted yarns this month, with another update TBD. Thanks for having a look!

June 23, 2016

Rillmark yarn packs

Bristol Ivy has just released a new pattern using our Alpaca/Silk Sport yarn. Rillmark is started as a traditionally constructed pi shawl, with lace and texture elements inspired by the place where the water meets the shore. After the body is complete, the asymmetrical border is worked using simple lace and increases. Using less than 600 yards of sportweight yarn, it’s a quick and fun knit for an elegant finished shawl.

The yarn for this project is available for pre-order in the Skeinny Dipping shop! Alpaca/Silk Sport is an exquisite blend of 80% superfine alpaca and 20% silk. All the yarn is in stock. Knitters just need to select the number of skeins (all of two were used for this project, but you can order an extra to prevent Yarn Chicken!) and what colorway they would like. Free shipping in the US, and a shipping discount equal to the cost of domestic shipping is given to international customers. The pattern is available on Ravelry.