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Do you remember that cute hat pattern that we included in our Advent Box last year?

It’s called the Holly Beanie and it was designed specifically for the box by my awesome friend Sarah Gross. (Psssst.. she also designed the Snow Days Beanie which I know you all love!)

Well I have a HUGE announcement to make:

Sarah has officially joined out team! Not only is she an amazing designer, she’s also an incredibly talented photographer and I feel so privileged to have her creating photos and videos that we can share all over social media!

That means that if you’ve been playing the “whose hands are knitting” game on our Instagram, there is now another set of hands to guess…
Is it Dawn’s hands? Katie’s? Or Sarah’s?
It’s getting harder to tell. 😂

To celebrate Sarah joining our team, we’re hosting a knit-along for her newest design, the Holly Beanie!!

And we certainly couldn’t have a knit-along without discounts and prizes!

So, to kick things off, today and tomorrow ONLY grab the knit-along kit and get a FREE pom pom!

The kit includes everything you need to knit the Holly Beanie (just add the needles!):
– Holly Beanie PDF pattern
– 1 Ball Everyday Merino Superwash wool yarn (in your choice of color)
– 1 set Shortie Bamboo Cable needles
– 1 faux fur pom pom (in your choice of color)

We’ll whisk your kit off to you right away so that it will be in your hot little hands in time for our Cast On Party on February 19th.

Homesteading holds a special place in our hearts. Slow living, creating something from the soil, caring for land and a home — it is all so magical. These are gifts we often take for granted as we shop in grocery stores or online, but there is something so special about baking your very own bread, caring for animals, collecting fresh eggs, and watching things you plant grow! We have captured this magic in our Woolen Homestead collection. Complete with some of our favorites from the farm and homestead!

Did you know I spent much of my time on farms and homesteads? I spent much of my adult life volunteering on wildlife reserves, hobby farms, and even on larger farms in South Carolina. My PhD had me caring for cows, bulls, pigs, chickens — and I LOVED it! This collection holds a special place in my heart, remembering those wonderful mornings on the farm.

Colors are shown on our Merino/linen blend. The colors take a slightly weathered look, perfect for this collection, as linen will not absorb the dye and the Merino will. It is amazing feeling, with the soft Merino and the linen that provides that bit of extra coolness to any garment for the upcoming spring season.

You all BLEW ME AWAY with your love of this sale! THANK YOU!!

I can’t wait to get the new spinning fiber and yarn bases in and stocked on the website. Stay tuned for that in the coming weeks!! Follow me on IG for more timely updates on new additions to the shop (@yarnjam).

There is still LOTS of good stuff on the sale. I did a recount of everything I have on hand, and realized I missed a few things. Check it out for updated quantities and new additions! Everything is in stock and will ship ASAP!

 

 

Newburgh Yarn Co. presents The Art Of Knitting, a limited-edition sock set inspired by depictions of knitters in 19th & 20th century paintings. February’s set is inspired by Girl Knitting by Marguerite Stuber Pearson. Sets launch monthly and are ready to ship the first of every month at 10am ET. Sets are dyed on Soft Sock, 4ply fingering weight, with 85% Superwash Merino and 15% Nylon. One full skein has 437 yards/100 grams and one mini skeins has 87 yards/20 grams.

Final Folklore arrives February 3, 10am ET (or earlier for Patreon members).

Lucent: 70% Superwash Bluefaced Leicester, 20% silk, 10% Cashmere | 100g | 438 yards
Fingering Weight

The Sphinx has many stories from all over the land, each unique to their culture but the image of a large feline with human facial features is known all over the world.

This may be the last folklore creature we dive into, but it also could be the most well known. The Sphinx has many stories from all over the land, each unique to their culture but the image of a large feline with human facial features is known all over the world.

Immediately you probably go to the Great Sphinx of Giza, so did I.

The first stories are thought to be from as early as the third millennium BCE. They were used in imagery all over the cradle of life, Egypt, Greece, Persia, Babylon, even East Asia but the one I was drawn too was the story of the Egyptian sphinxes (1999’s The Mummy with Rachel Weisz and Brendan Fraser still has a chokehold on me).

They’re often seen with the body of a lion, resting guarding and a stoic man’s face often wearing a pharaonic headdress and false beard painted with reds, bright blues and yellow. They stood guard as protectors of the royals, often built to guard their royal tombs as they were believed to be a creature of good. They’re most often represented by the god Ra, the fatherly god and father of the pharaohs. They were the defenders against evil, Ra’s enemies, literal forces of darkness. Other forms were tributed to Amon with rams horns of a ram, or with the head of a falcon and wings to be from the god Horus

The Greek story of the Sphinx is where their love for riddles originates. A Sphinx made her home outside the mountains of Thebes and confronted every person who walked across her path with a riddle. If they answered incorrectly they were devoured. After years of many nobles dying, Oedipus was sent and solved the riddle leading the Sphinx to throw herself off the cliff to her death.

Let’s Spring out of Winter with a Make-a-long! This one is going to be so much fun! Carolyn, Michelle, Maria and even Monica are all going to participate. We hope to share each of our unique perspectives as we knit along: Carolyn is pretty experienced and Michelle is, too, but she’s pretty busy and we all know she doesn’t swatch. Maria likes to wander around and make unexpected modifications. This will be Monica’s first knit garment. We are so excited for her to take this plunge with us! And whether you are an experienced knitter or a newbie, we hope you will, too!

So, let’s see it! What are we knitting? We picked the Eun Sweater by Ane Fiskum Sunde, a Norwegian designer with a fresh modern style. This is a top-down pullover with a deep split hem, and pretty ribbing details. It’s absolutely perfect for layering, making it a great choice to transition from winter to spring. The DK weight yarn will knit up quick, so you can wear it sooner…and later. Check out the yummy palette of colors we’ve selected for kits. We are happy to help you determine yardage for your perfect fit.

We’ve also got a restock of Woolf, from our Gilded Ewe Collection, a blend of 70% grey alpaca, 20% silk and 10% Cashmere, three gorgeous shades: Potions, Cause I’m Happy, and Mocha. Woolf, paired with a hank of Twain, you can make some gorgeous, luxurious DK weight socks.

Back in the shop and looking fabulous together we have Berry Scary and Pomp & Circumstance, on a variety of bases. Great alone or in colorwork (you’ve seen that Alpine Bloom hat and you know you want to make one!), they are beautiful.

If you hurry, you can still get an order in for a Nomadic Knits Lonely Hearts Club Knit-a-Long kit! Click here to learn the details and choose your kit from 4 gorgeous color combos.

Last but not least, we go 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!

Brighten up your winter doldrums with cozy, colorful, comfy socks, made in unique, naturally-dyed colors. Think spring garden for your feet!

Aptly-named Comfort Fingering has a homey, woolly texture perfect for socks, but also just right for a new hat or shawl.

Use fun Comfort Fingering minis for contrasting heels and toes, or pick your favorites and knit a spring garden for your feet or head.

If you’re more of a subtle sock person, you’ll love the Merino Cherry Caramel Sock Set. The main skein is milk chocolate brown, lightly speckled with dark rose, and it comes with a matching Old Rose mini skein for a fun cuff, stripes, etc.

Bring some happy colors into your dreary winter. All these yarns are naturally dyed with wash- and lightfast colors, on non-Superwash yarns.

Sale skeins and Oopsie skeins are now $10-15.
We are in the process of “MOVING” to spinning fiber and new (mostly non-Superwash) yarn bases!! The studio space is limited, and we need to make space for these new additions to the shop. The markdowns include discontinued bases and Oopsie Sets. Sock sets and mini sets are also marked down 50%.

These sale yarns are all in stock and will ship ASAP! Shop sale yarns and Oopsie Sets.

Follow us on IG (@yarnjam) for more updates on the addition of spinning fiber. We’re getting close!!

It’s time to order your Spring Maker’s Box!

Don’t forget to treat yourself to a little magic today and order your Spring Maker’s Box. Boxes will ship the last week of March! Don’t delay and be sure you are signed up for this next one — there is a limited quantity available!

The Spring Box will include an exclusive knitting pattern with coordinating hand-dyed yarn along with other curated items from the Factory Girl’s favorite makers. Check out my Instagram for the reveal of the Winter Box shipped for Jan 1! 🥰

I’m so excited for what’s including in this next box (and others coming for summer and fall!)… Think spring and new beginnings emerging from their winter’s rest.

This week’s update brings all the drama… in such a lovely way! First up, we have our dramatic split dyed colorways Splitsville and Little Storm Cloud in the shop. These two colorful variegated yarns shot with deep dark black are beautiful, but how do they knit up??? We are so glad you asked! You can see the micro striping on socks and perfect pooling in larger projects.

We are celebrating the Hallmark Channel’s Loveuary movie series with a weekly yarn series! Hallmark will be releasing a Jane Austen-themed move each Saturday in February and our Loveuary purchasers will receive a weekly hank of yarn and a little something at the end to commemorate the series. Read more about this exciting new offering:

There’s still time to order your kit for the Nomadic Knits Lonely Hearts Club Knit-a-Long! This year, Olive & Two Ewe is the featured indie dyer and we’ve come up with some gorgeous kits. Read all about this super fun KAL and order your kit here.

We’ve got some gorgeous new pairings like Pumpkin Spice Latte on Bronte, our Suri alpaca/silk blend; and a restock of some dramatic minis that you’ll love.

Last but not least, we go live on our YouTube channel, The Traveling Two Ewe Knit, every Saturday morning at 9:30AM Eastern time. We’ll be talking about yarn, projects, upcoming events and specials, and all sorts of crafty things. Grab your coffee or tea, your yarn, and let’s have a great time together!