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Bewitching shades of all the gorgeous deep colors of the season. Bewitched is our colorway of the week and it’s a magical mix of scarlet, and fuchsia, amber and chocolate, persimmon and purple. Dazzling beyond the typical colors of the season, Bewitched will bring charm to any project you make with it. Paired with Berry Scary it’s a screamingly beautiful combination.

We also have a restock of our luxurious Woolf base in Out of Mist and Mallow. Time to treat yourself to the good stuff.

And speaking of the good stuff our Bronte base in Berry Scary and Mallow. Delightful. Bronte, our suri alpaca plus silk base, is making friends with lots and lots of our other yarns, adding a lovely halo plus a delicious softness to projects without adding weight. We’ve restocked Pretty in Pink, Berry, and Vintage, as well as Berry Scary and Mallow to coordinate with all the lovelies in the shop.

November is right around the corner and so is #NaCroKniSweMo — National Crochet/Knit a Sweater Month! Each November Olive & Two Ewe host a make-a-long where we knit or crochet a sweater all in the month of November. A sweater in a month seems like a daunting task but with fiber friends to help the knitting goes quickly and at the end of the month you have a beautiful sweater! This year, Carolyn will make the Humulus sweater by Isabell Kraemer, and Michelle will make the Gossamer Twist sweater by Caidree. If you’d like to knit along, choose the one you’d like to knit and select from our Humulus Kit or Gossamer Twist kits in so many beautiful colors.

Make plans to get your tickets and come see us at the Olive & Two Ewe Studios booth at Indie Untangled in upstate NY in October. You never know where we’ll pop up! Sign up for our newsletter to stay up to date or join our fun, free Facebook Group, the Yarny Ewes.

Last, but not least, we are live on our YouTube channel, The Traveling Two Ewe Knit, every Saturday morning at 9:30AM Eastern time. Grab your coffee or tea, your yarn, and let’s have a great time together!

Fiber friends are the best friends! Thanks for being a part of our yarn community, and we’ll be back next week for more updates and adventures!

Do you like sheep? Do you like yarn and fiber? We’ve got it all at Lambtown Festival! This is the 37th year of the event and we’ve got a great lineup of fun! Come and see sheep shearing demos, sheepdog herding demos, the fleece & wool show, sheep to shawl competition, skeins & textiles competition, our hands-on crafting Wooly Adventures area, over 60 fabulous vendors, food and drink, and of course… sheep!

Bring your spinning wheel, a picnic blanket, and some friends and hang out with us on October 7 & 8 in Dixon, California, about halfway between the Bay Area and Sacramento. We’ve got a bus from San Francisco and Oakland on the 8th if you don’t want to drive! Workshops are also open, as are discounted full weekend tickets, and we’ve even got a few more outdoor vendor booths available for fiber or fiber-adjacent businesses. Check out our website for more details, and join our newsletter and follow us on instagram for all the latest info. We hope to see you there!

I’m excited to share that my new Sew On Made with Love Cork Tags are ready to adorn your beautiful work! For their grand debut, I’ve selected two of my favorite renewable 🌱 cork materials and three adorable designs for you to choose from: sheep, stitched heart, and yarn love.

Each double-sided tag is laser etched with your design of choice, so your details will never wash out or fade away. All you need is a little bit of yarn to add a heartfelt message to any project. Which icon is your favorite?

I’d also like to share a few sneak peeks for my upcoming events. For each event this fall, I’ll be sharing two exclusive designs. First, I’ll have a set of earrings designed for the state I’m visiting.

Second, I’ll have state-specific notions to help stitchers share their hometown pride in their works in progress! These Stitch Marker/Progress Keeper combos were a huge hit at the Michigan Fiber Festival! That cute cow 🐄 will be exclusive to Wisconsin Sheep and Wool Festival in Jefferson, WI, coming up September 8th-10th. The cat, dog, and spinning wheel will also be debuting at WSWF, but I’ll be bringing them to all of my fall shows!

Debuting at all events this fall is a new line of earrings with fiber art flair! I start by masking the wood to prevent burning from the laser etching process. Some peels right off, while the more fiddly bits come off easier with duct tape. Then, it’s earring assembly time! As you can see, I’ve decided to add a couple of slightly obscure crafts — bobbin lace and tatting — as well as the yarn-adjacent crafts of cross stitch and embroidery. Which craft would you like an earring for?

Hoping to see you at:

Wisconsin Sheep and Wool Festival in Jefferson, WI, September 8th-10th

Shenandoah Valley Fiber Festival in Berryville, VA, September 23rd & 24th

Southeastern Animal Fiber Fair in Fletcher, NC, October 20th-22nd

The Fiber Festival of New England in West Springfield, MA, November 4th & 5th

Hey guys/gals/non-binary pals!

Ross, from the Wee Yarn Company, and I (Aiden from Undercover Otter) are inviting you to an online hangout/launch event/cast-on party/goss sesh on September 1st, 2023 at 8 pm CET. Join us for the official start of the #queerdomal2023 and dive into a world of crafts, conversations, and camaraderie, all from the comfort of your own space.

If you’re anything like me (and I know I am) you probably like the idea of being social, but hate the idea of wearing actual pants. Then this is perfect. You can wear whatever the hell you want, surround yourself with your fave snacks (that you don’t have to share!!!) and just vibe with us in a virtual setting.

Event Details:
Date: Friday, September 1st, 2023
Event Time: We start at 8 pm CET and will open up the room around 7.45
Platform: Google Meet video call link will be announced by Aiden on Instagram on the day of the stream.

You don’t need a Google account to join this party, provided you join it through the link and use a web browser. If you use the Google Meet app on mobile, you will be prompted to sign in.
Age restriction: Since Ross and Aiden are foul-mouthed people, this party will be for people 18 years and older. The language used will be mainly English.

Meet Your Hosts:
Ross and Aiden, the passionate minds behind the Queerdo Collection, are excited to share their shenanigans and creative ventures with you.
Ross Alexander (he/him) is originally from Scotland, where sheep outnumber the people, so yarn must be in his DNA. Ross, like many other independent dyers, began The Wee Yarn Company from the comfort of his own home. He and his partner converted their shed into a cozy dye studio where he now creates richly saturated colorways that evoke a moody atmosphere.

Aiden Sielias (they/them) was born and raised in Amsterdam. This is where they started Undercover Otter in 2011 in a tiny side room of their apartment. Their colorways are known for their vibrant, intense hues and unique names, drawing inspiration from genre cinema and video games.

What are we doing?
Hanging out!

We’ll be chatting about our crafts, showing off some of our projects, and asking you all about yours. There will also be an opportunity to ask us questions.

While we’re calling this a cast-on party, it’s not mandatory to cast on or start your craft at the moment of streaming. Counting with a chatroom full of people is a special hell we don’t wish upon anyone, so feel free to join in on the fun, even without a project. This is also not exclusive to fiber crafts. If you want to join in while you’re working on an epic oil painting or arranging some music on the side, you are welcome.

Whether you’re actively creating or simply looking to share your work, we can’t wait to see what you bring to the table. Participate as much or as little as you like. Ask questions, share your thoughts, or simply soak in the creative energy – it’s all up to you.

We can’t wait to see you there!

Stay Awesome.
Ross & Aiden

Hello there, my fearless knitting friends! I’ve just opened preorders for my brand new Sea Glass Memories Shawl pattern, and a fun Knit Along is just around the corner.

Imagine the tranquil shores, the gentle rhythm of waves, and the frosted treasures bestowed by the sea. The Sea Glass Memories Shawl captures this ethereal beauty, and what’s more, I’m teaming up with indie dyer Mindy Kingery of Henlia Handmade for a Knit Along adventure that we will surf together.

Mindy has created a collection of beautiful naturally dyed sea glass-inspired yarn to celebrate the fourth anniversary of Henlia Handmade, and preorders officially open today!

Have plenty of yarn in your stash? You’re welcome to join us for the KAL and use your own yarn. Make sure to sign up for the Knit Along emails to receive the links to our Zoom Knit Nights and stay in the loop.

Preorder the pattern on Ravelry today with code seaglasskal. The full pattern will be available by September 14th:

🧶 About the Shawl:
This asymmetrical shawl starts out with just a few stitches and is the perfect one-skein wonder project for a gorgeous solid, tonal, or very gently variegated skein of fingering weight yarn. Want a larger shawl? Just keep knitting! This shawl is simple to adjust for a larger size by continuing on with additional repeats.

The lace is simple to follow, and the only stitches used are knits, purls, yarn overs, k2tog, ssk, and m1l. The pattern is fully written and the repeat is charted, so you can take your pick to work from! And a Stitch Count Table is included to help keep you on track.

✨ About our Inspiration:
The Sea Glass Memories Shawl is inspired by those remnants of discarded glass objects turned into enchanting treasures that grace our shores. Worn and polished over time by the ocean’s caress, they radiate a mesmerizing frosty glow and become spectacular gifts from Mother Nature and her coastal waters.

The elegant lace stitches mirror the magic of sea glass, capturing light in a manner reminiscent of the memories kept in glass jars on windowsills.

🤗 About the Knit Along:
Whether you’re an adventurous beginner or a seasoned pro, this Knit Along is designed to empower you every step of the way. I can’t wait to embark on this knitting journey together!

By joining the Knit Along, you’ll have a supportive community of like-minded knitters who are just as passionate about this craft as you are. The Facebook group is a place where you can share your progress, ask questions, and receive feedback. It’s a knit-friendly space where we cheer each other on and celebrate our achievements together.

To make this experience even more special, Mindy & I will be hosting live virtual knit nights on Zoom throughout the knit along. These sessions will provide guidance, tips, and tricks to help you overcome any challenges you may encounter while we knit along together in community. You can rest assured that you’ll have my support throughout the entire process.

This Knit Along is not just about creating a beautiful shawl; it’s about embracing your knitting journey, building your skills, and connecting with a community of passionate knitters. Together, we’ll enjoy the beauty of easygoing lacework and create something truly extraordinary with memories to cherish.

Ultimately, this shawl is more than an accessory; it’s a reflection of our connection to the sea, the coastline, and the stories they whisper. It’s a celebration of taking unwanted fragments and shaping them into something exquisite.

Ready to dive into the Sea Glass Shawl Knit Along? Simply click on this link to sign up and get all the details delivered right to your inbox:

I can’t wait to have you join us on this knitting adventure!

Wishing you endless creativity and joyful knitting,

Hello from a busy ECY Shedquarters. We took up a last-minute offer of a stall at a yarn show not far from us this weekend just gone and it was great to get back out amongst fellow yarnies. It was great practice for our next show which will be Yarndale on 23rd/24th September. If you will be in the UK that weekend it would be great to see you there!

We have been talking about our upcoming updates for quite some time and they have finally landed on the website for you. Carlisle Fingering, Rosedale 4ply and Lowther Lace have all been updated. In putting this together we realised that it has been two years since our last Lowther Lace update!! This yarn is supremely soft and cuddly. Seeing as it has been so long since our last Lowther Lace update I will start there. Lowther Lace is 75% Brushed Baby Suri Alpaca 25% Mulberry Silk, making it the ideal fluffy yarn for anyone sensitive to mohair yarns (like our very own Laura!). This yarn has more dense fluff than Eldwick Lace which also means there are less metres per 50g skein – 300m/328yds compared to 420m. We have blog posts introducing Lowther Lace and with Project and Pattern inspiration for it on our Yarn Specific Blog Post Index HERE. The colourways of Lowther Lace shown are Dyepot Luck and Bliss.

Carlisle Fingering is our Superwash extrafine Merino singles yarn. This has been a very popular yarn since we introduced it and so we have lots of pattern inspiration for you in our blog post. Colourways shown in the images are White Iris and Larkspur. Rosedale 4ply is our gold sparkle sock yarn blending extrafine Merino, nylon and Stellina. We have a yarn introduction blog post for this yarn and a Projects and Patterns blog post. All of these posts can also be seen on the Yarn Specific Blog Posts Index. The three updates are a mixture of variegated colourways amd semi-solids with plenty to choose from for all projects. The Rosedale 4ply colourways shown are Barn Door and Dahlia.

Recently we have been sharing our wholesale news with people. In the past few months we have sent hand-dyed yarn updates to Germany, South Korea and many places around the UK. In the past week we have sent out a restock of Milburn to Wool on the Exe in Exeter and a first shipment of Milburn to The Foundry Works in Rotherham. We also have hand-dyed yarn orders in progress for Seam Haberdashery and Loop which will be sent out in the coming month. Our new German stockist is working towards opening their store so we don’t have much information to share about them yet. Follow their Instagram @l.o.v.e.katy to see when the store opens.

As a special treat we have added some more yarns to our Reduced to Clear section so go check that section out for some bargains!

Calling all adventurous knitters who are ready to conquer their fears and dive into the world of cable knitting! Introducing the Conquer Cable Knitting, a 5-Day Challenge Workshop designed to take your knitting skills to new heights and help you create stunning cable projects with confidence.

We’ll start with the basics of cable knitting, ensuring you have a solid foundation to build upon. We’ll explore the different cable knitting tools available, so you can find the perfect fit for your knitting style.

But that’s not all! We’ll also dive into the nitty-gritty details, like how to count your rows between cable crossings, so you never lose your place in a pattern. Say goodbye to distractions derailing your knitting progress!

And guess what? I’ll be sharing my favorite easy way to remember where to hold your stitches when crossing cables. Trust me, it’s a game-changer!

Tidy cables make all the difference in your finished projects, and I’ll be revealing my best tips and tricks to help you achieve those beautiful, professional-looking cables you’ve been dreaming of.

But wait, there’s more! Ever wished your cables looked just as gorgeous on the back as they do on the front? Well, I’ll show you the secret to knitting reversible cables that will leave you in awe of your own knitting skills!

Don’t worry if you’ve never tackled a charted cable pattern before – I’ve got you covered. We’ll walk through it together, and I’ll even share my favorite trick for making charts even easier to use.

Mistakes happen to the best of us, but fear not! I’ll show you how to fix a cable that crossed in the wrong direction. You’ll feel empowered to handle any cable mishaps that come your way!

So, are you ready to take the leap and conquer cable knitting? Join me in the Conquer Cable Knitting Workshop, where you’ll gain invaluable knowledge, build your knitting skills, and create beautiful cable projects that will wow everyone around you.

Click this link to learn more and sign up today! Let’s knit those cables with confidence together!

A knitting and crochet retreat that includes a yarn dyeing workshop? Yes please! I, Sharon, the owner of Garage Dyeworks, am hosting this extra special event from Friday, October 20, to Sunday, October 22, 2023. The location — my spacious home in Hillsboro, Oregon. This is filling up fast, you’ll want to reserve your spot sooner rather than later! For details and registration, please visit the website.

As I mentioned a few weeks ago during my 3D-printed notions retirement sale, I’ve been hard at work here in the studio developing a new end minder from a natural material. I’m happy to share that after several rounds of iteration (and a few funny outcomes!), my new Suavest Sheep are officially ready for action!

The Hardwood Suavest Sheep are making their grand debut in two beautiful colorways. The first is Beech, a lighter wood with a soft pattern of flecks that brings to mind the whorled coats of our favorite woolly friends. As for the second, well, it follows in the footsteps of my new jewelry line, packing two fabulous functions into one fine notion! These darker sheep are laser-etched from cedar, a wood known for its moth-repelling superpowers.

What better sidekick could you have for your cast-ons?

See these sheep and other endminder friends in person at our booth at the Michigan Sheep and Wool Festival August 18th-20th.

Are you itching to dive into the mesmerizing world of designing knitting patterns, but got stuck on your creative journey? Don’t worry; we’ve all been there! 🚧💡

I’m Ashleigh, shawl lover, knitting pattern designer, and author of Mosaic Knitting Workshop. I’m on a mission to unlock your design potential with my Shawl Design Unraveled course! 🗝️✨

Shawl Design Unraveled is a premium course that combines online lessons, fill-in-the-blank worksheets and checklists, style guides, and Canva templates, plus a supportive community, and live weekly group coaching sessions to cheer you on as you learn to design a shawl from scratch.

We will go through the entire process from dreaming up the idea, writing the pattern and creating, to getting the pattern ready to be tech edited, test knit, and ultimately published (if you so choose!).

But here’s the exciting part: I need your help to make this course EXTRA awesome! 🌟🚀

If you’ve ever daydreamed about creating your very own shawl patterns, whether you’re a beginner or have already dipped your toes into the designing pool, your insights are GOLD to me!

Follow this link or the Visit this shop button to find a Google Survey with a few quick questions, and in return you’ll receive a FREE knitting pattern of your choice to cozy up with on your needles!

Ready to let your knitting imagination run wild and help shape an epic knitting adventure?

Let’s knit our dreams together! 🌠💭