What to stash and what to make this week

Designer Caitlin Sheperd used Murky Depths Sanctuary, a fine 100% non-Superwash Merino wool, for the Blooming Peerie Cardigan. This child-sized cardi uses a clever slipped stitch technique and only two colours per row!

Picture of a cowl and hat alongside a picture of purple and green variegated yarn and black yarn.

Carolyn and Michelle of Olive & Two Ewe Studios have kits for Scottish knitwear designer Morven Gabriel’s A Highland Kirk Window Beanie and Cowl. The pattern was inspired by church windows in Scotland. It uses the variegated Into the Highlands, which simulates stained glass, while Pomp & Circumstance provides the structure of the window design.

A light-skinned woman wearing a brown shawl.

Paola Ambergamo’s latest shawl design, Nodo Infinito, features an intricate cabled border inspired by the Infinite knot of Tibetan Buddhism. Use the code nodo for a 20% discount until this Sundayat midnight Rome time.

What to stash this week: Now entering fall

Blueberries can be fall themed, at least in the hands of designer Bristol Ivy and Debbie of Murky Depths Dyeworks. For last year’s Indie Untangled Where We Knit Yarn Club, the two collaborated on a colorway and two designs inspired by a field of lowbush blueberries that had turned a shade of crimson after the summer. Debbie made a carbon copy of the photo that Bristol took with her colorway called The Barrens.

Bristol took two skeins of Debbie’s yarn and transformed them into a hat and mitts set with gorgeous dip stitches dotting a textured background. She named them Sal, In Autumn, as seen on Ravelry, after the Caldecott Medal-winning children’s book Blueberries for Sal by Robert McCloskey.

This was one of my favorite Where We Knit collaborations and I’m excited to make this yarn available in a very limited preorder on Indie Untangled through Friday, September 30.

Three skeins of orange, green and blue multicolored yarn.

Carolyn and Michelle of Olive & Two Ewe Studios are also in a pumpkin spice frame of mind with their Pumpkin Harvest colorway, which features shades of brown, orange, green, and blue.

An illustration of a blue truck in front of a Christmas tree lot and the text Happily Ever After Holidays QCY Advent 2022.

Janis of Queen City Yarn is skipping ahead to December with her Advent box inspired by cheesy Hallmark Channel movies we know and love. The box contains 20 sock weight mini skeins, one full-sized bulky skein, four mystery gifts from makers and patterns from Ambah O’Brien for the minis and Janis and Christen for the bulky yarn.

What to stash this week: Campfire yarn tales

Hanna Lisa and the team at Making Stories is ready for fall and all its cosy knits with their campfire-themed Issue 8. It features 13 modern designs to keep us warm, whether we’re gathered around a fire, reuniting with fiber friends at festivals or browsing the local farmers’ market.

Three skeins of gray and cream yarn with the word Shelley written in cursive in white on a black background.

Carolyn and Michelle of Olive & Two Ewe Studios are debuting their new yarn base that fits the upcoming spooky season. The 100% Superwash Merino 4ply worsted is named Shelley for the the author of Frankenstein. New colors on Shelley include a deep purple named Aubergine.

A skein of sock weight yarn in shades on pinks and oranges on a cream background.

Amanda of LL Yarn Co is giving back and celebrating her dear friend’s sobriety with Burn your Bra. 50% of your purchase of this colorway will be donated to Shatterproof, a nonprofit organization dedicated to reversing the addiction crisis in the United States.

Skeins of yarn in green, purple and black speckles.

Courtney of Silly Goose Yarns just launched her Fiber Friends Collection, which features two variegated colorways and matching tonals, plus a sock set inspired by sheep and ducks. Preorders are available for a limited time.

Photos of Crater Lake and the text PNW Club September 2022 Crater Lake.

Wendy of Nomad Yarn Co is taking a trip to Crater Lake for her September PNW Club. The colorway will be inspired by photos she recently took of the caldera in sunny weather.

A skein of brown and green yarn and the text Dragonflight Yarn Club September Box Forest Floor Available now!

This month’s Dragonflight colorway is called Forest Floor. You pick the yarn weight and get the accompanying mushroom stitch markers.

What to stash this week: A winter garden

While you may have already ordered your yarn Advent (or, ahem, a few…), you should consider welcoming a bit of Italy into your home this winter. Giulia and Stefania of Lanivendole have opened orders for their winter yarn box. It’s a little different from the traditional winter yarn box in that you know some of what you’re getting, but with a few special surprises. The theme is Winter Garden and the box will contain: six skeins of Lanivendole’s A Chic Blend (60% Abruzzese wool, 20% alpaca and 20% mohair) in three different shades, two from their current palette and one new shade that’s special for the box; a shawl pattern from designer Tif Neilan; and a selection of natural herbal products from Alice of the Naturalpina herbal farm in the Alps (yu can also purchase only the yarn and pattern). For the yarn, you can choose from two themes: Warm and Cosy or Cold and Starry. Preorders are open until September 9 and boxes will be shipped in November.

A silver ring in the shape of a knitting needle.

Celebrate Jen of Porterness Studio’s birthday with 15% off all her current stock of jewels with the code Bday22-15off through Monday. And of course there’s cake — If you spend $50 or more, you also get a “There Will Be Cake” enamel pin.

An orange background with a haunted house with the word 13 days of Halloween Yarn Advent.

Preorders of Dragonflight Yarns’ 13 Days of Halloween Advent are now open. It contains 12 20g mini fingering-weight skeins, one full 100g fingering-weight skein and other Halloween-themed goodies that will ship by October 8.

Two skeins of lavender and blue yarn.

Carolyn and Michelle of Olive & Two Ewe Studios are celebrating five years in business this month and have created a special, limited-edition colorway called Ewe Crew Celebration, available in single skeins, expanded fingering and DK-weight sock sets. There are also limited-edition enamel pins.

A rainbow of tweed yarns.

Courtney of Silly Goose Yarns has launched the Tweed Collection, seven different colors of her new tweed DK. Orders close this Sunday, so act fast!

An illustration of two ghosts and the text Halloween Stitch Marker Countdown Preorder.

Jillian of WeeOnes has opened orders for her special holiday sets, with hand-sculpted surprise stitch markers to help you count down to either Halloween or Christmas.

A light-skinned woman wears a brown knit boucle drop-shoulder sweater.

The latest design from Jill of Beach House Knits, Cozy on Southwick, is a classic drop-shoulder sweater that comes in single or two-color versions. It’s also 30% off through August 30.

What to stash this week: Knit, purl and soul

For this year’s Indie Untangled Where We Knit Yarn Club, Crystal of Milly’s Knit Designs and Gabby of Plies & Hellhounds were inspired by a photo Gabby captured on holiday with her husband in Paris. They named the resulting colorway and cowl design Meraki (mA-’rak-E), a noun which means the soul, creativity, or love put into something; the essence of yourself that is put into your work. The yarn is dyed on Gabby’s Marie Cutie, a unique fingering-weight base that is comprised of 75% Superwash Corriedale and 25% nylon.

You can now preorder this special colorway for a limited time on Indie Untangled and add a little Parisian flair, and travel memories, to your fall wardrobe.

Fall leaves and the text Ewe Crew in the Woods Falloween Retreat.

Carolyn and Michelle of Olive & Two Ewe Studios have a few spots left in their first ever Ewe Crew in the Woods Falloween Retreat, taking place from October 28-31 in a rustic, yet luxurious, resort in north Georgia. If you’re not able to join them, they also have Stellar Sock Sets in the shop.

Sand art themed yarn, variegated with pops of bright yellow, orange, green and blue, a beach-themed project bag and blue and pink sand art charms.

Andrea of Woolen Women Fibers is getting ready for sweater weather and making room for new yarn, so enjoy 15% off using the code INDIE15 at checkout on select summer collections.

Large skein of yarn in light blues and greens, five small skeins in blues and greens.

The Daisy Stitch Co Zen Moments Collection includes calming gray, blue, green and pink, in full and mini skeins and sock sets. It’s also 15% off with the code 15OFF.

A group of patchwork project bags.

Crista Jaeckel’s new Clematis Collection of project bags, named after one of her favorite flowers, are sewn from her studio scraps. These OOAK bags come in bright, cheerful color combinations.

This month’s colorway from Dragonflight Yarns is called is called N-ewe-tral.

What to stash this week: Mini skein season

With the arrival of mini skein season, Stephanie of SpaceCadet thought it was the perfect time to reintroduce you to her Striad Wrap. Stephanie came up with the idea for this clever design while sitting in her knitting chair and noticing how her new lampshade incorporated strips of joined-up triangles to form a globe shape. The Striad Wrap is made up of a series of short row triangles, knit individually in strips and joined together with absolutely no seaming. It was designed for SpaceCadet gradient mini skeins, but would also look great in blocks of color.

The Striad Wrap is 50% off for a limited time when you join Stephanie’s email list.

A light-skinned hand holding three skeins of red and green variegated yarn.

The Olive & Two Ewe Studios Christmas in July colorway this week is Reindeer Droppings. It is inspired by the, ahem, bodily functions of the magical, mystical creatures that lead Santa’s sleigh. Two coordinating colorways, Games Reindeer Play and Nose So Bright, are also in the shop.

A skein of orange and pink yarn.

The WoolenWomenFibers Woolen Moon collection is inspired by the power of the full moon. Grab the Strawberry Moon, which just passed in June, or prepare for the Harvest Moon in September. Pictured above is the Moon Bath Ritual.

Three Reversa-Clippy double sided markers used in a knitted piece of light green yarn.

Meet the Reversa-Clippy, Bonnie of Yank Your Yarn’s exclusive “two stitch markers in one” design. One side of the marker has a lobster clasp and the other has a round closed stitch marker that will fit up to a size US8/5mm knitting needle.

A quilted patchwork zipper pouch in cream and blue tones featuring a sleepy owl.

Michelle’s latest SquareKnot Handmade shop update includes zippered notions pouches that are approximately 7″ tall by 10″ wide, perfect for keeping all of your notions organized within a larger bag.

What to stash this week: The holidays are coming

Carolyn and Michelle of Olive & Two Ewe Studios are unveiling their holiday lineup this month. This includes their holiday Stitching Kits, which are available for a few more days! You can choose from either the Christmas Crafter’s Edition or the Hanukkah Crafter’s Edition, which will both be full of yarn and a variety of other craft supplies for creating ornaments or decorative objects for the holidays. You can also preorder their Twelve Days of Christmas and Eight Night of Hanukkah calendars. Each will feature brand new colorways and extra holiday goodies along with a live opening each day/night on their YouTube channel.

Seven skeins of yarn from dark pink to light pink, peach in the middle, light green and aqua.

Anastasia of Cashmere & Coconuts just had a huge shop update with a Summer Splash gradient set, hand-dyed spinning fiber and Jack and Sally colorways for The Nightmare Before Christmas.

Wool stockings in neutral colors hanging on a mantle.

Andrea of WoolenWomenFibers has new Advent options, including a The Magic of the North Pole set with 24 mini skeins and a Christmas Cottage-themed sock set or single skein weekly reveal.

A set of three small crochet hooks on lobster clasps, featuring the words "OOPS", "CRAP", "MINE" in either black or white letter beads.

Are you always losing your #%@&!-ing crochet hook? Bonnie of Yank Your Yarn has you covered with a set of three travel crochet hooks with lobster clasps so you can keep them handy and express your current mood.

A light-skinned woman in a white sweater holds a pink and peach garter and brioche shawl.

Jill’s Paloma Stripe Shawl is inspired by one of her favorite beverages, with simple garter and brioche stripes. It’s 30% off through July 12.

A sticker with two red chili peppers made of twisted yarn skeins.

Augusta of adKnits is celebrating summer with the Garden Collection, with summer- and garden-inspired knitting merit badges, stickers, stitch markers and pins.

Six skeins of blue-purple yarn surrounded by ferns and a book with the title Botanical curses and poisons.

The Plies & Hellhounds July Wicked Seeds installment is based on the Larkspur, the birth flower of July. It will be available on Nectar, a blend of 60% Superwash Merino, 20% silk and 20% yak starting 10 a.m. Eastern tomorrow.

Four skeins of yarn in shades of brown and yellow.

Eden Cottage Yarns has new yarns, kits and patterns in stock, including an update of Hayton 4ply, their Merino, Cashmere, nylon blend. There are also bundles for Janie Crow’s Magic Circles wrap and yarn for Justyna Lorkowska’s patterns.

Gabby of Plies & Hellhounds Yarn is also opening up a first round of preorders for her Pandora’s Box December yarn countdown.

What to stash this week: Crafting by the lake

For their first club installment of 2022, Giulia and Stefania of Lanivendole are creating a bundle that evokes a perfect summer day out at the lake — actually, the end of that day, “when both the water and the sky around are painted in delicate pinks that slowly turn into faded lavender greys.” The bundle includes three skeins in a surprise shade of their new Aestiva base, which is a light fingering blend of 70% Abruzzese wool and 30% unbleached French linen, a delicate hand-embroidered and sewn bag from Ilaria of In Bottega in your choice of two colors, and a scented creation from Alice of Lunaria Candles. You can add on extra skeins of Aestiva and get an additional surprise.

Subscriptions are open until tonight at midnight Pacific Time and packages are scheduled to ship around July 8.

Four skeins of variegated yarn that transition from deep purples to warmer colors in lighter shades.

Purple lovers, mark your calendars: David of Crafter Gamer Geek is having a very purple shop update on June 29! It includes two new colorways, Seirei Skyline and Loquacious Fungus, dyed with a slight watercolor effect, debuting on a Polwarth DK base.

A white woman holding a shawl with both hands. The shawl has a half donut shape and a lacy border.

Paola’s latest pattern, Delicate Balance, features an unusual “half donut” shape and a graceful leafy lace border that Paola says is much easier to make than it looks. The pattern is 20% off until Sunday with the code delicate.

Skeins of hot pink and orange yarn with small, speckled mini skeins in between.

Just in time for summer, Courtney of Silly Goose Yarns has tons of fingering-weight yarn in stock for your light, quick summer projects. Use it for a tank, shortie socks, or a lightweight beanie.

A collection of four folded needle roll cases in a variety of floral prints.

Michelle of SquareKnot Handmade has padded canvas knitting needle rolls that are available in coordinating fabrics to her canvas drawstring project bags, to protect and store all types of needles. 

A braid of grey wool roving gathered by a thin black ribbon.

Natalie of Fiberdog Fibers is now a Shave ‘Em to Save ‘Em provider, offering a naturally-colored CVM/Romeldale roving as part of an effort to get endangered breeds into the hands of fiber artists.

What to stash this week: Summer vibes

Five skeins of yarn in pastel green, yellow, blue, peach and pink.

Daisy Stitch Co’s Summer Vibes Collection is inspired by summer sips and beachside relaxation. Margarita, Mimosa, Just Breathe, Bellini and Daiquiri are available on fingering, DK and worsted.

An illustration of an interracial couple hanging candy canes on a Christmas tree, with their black cat watching them and the text Happily ever after holidays, QCY Advent 2022.

Queen City Yarn’s Happily Ever After Holidays box is themed around the Hallmark Channel cheesy feel-good holiday movies we know and love. The box includes an ambitious city girl who returns to her small hometown and falls in love with the local vet. Wait, actually, it includes 20 mini skeins, one full-sized skein, four mystery gifts and patterns.

A photo of a red-colored drink in a glass with a tiny yellow umbrella, sitting on a wood cutting board. Next to it is a lime. Across the bottom are four squares in red, grey, beige and green.

Moving back to summer, Courtney of Silly Goose Yarns has launched a Drink of the Month yarn club. Each month’s colorway will be inspired by a fun cocktail, with an alcoholic and a non-alcoholic version of each drink.

Pink roses, a cup of tea and the text Sense and Sensibility Knit and Read Along Kit.

Sign-ups are open for the Holly Dyeworks Sense and Sensibility Knit & Read Along! Knit a mystery shawl inspired by Jane Austen’s novel while also reading the book. Yarn kits and pattern kits are now available in Eve’s shop.

Two pairs of dark-skinned hands knitting, with the text Worldwide Knit In Public Day, June 11, 2022, 11 AM-3 PM, National Hardbor, MD, and the logos of DMV Fiber Friends and Project Knitwell.

If you’re in the Delaware/Maryland/Virginia area, join the DMV Fiber Friends to celebrate World Wide Knit in Public Day with a fundraiser for Project Knitwell. The event is free and will include a marketplace and knitting and crochet instruction.

Pink yarn surrounded by flamingo items.

The Southern Skeins May Sock Box is inspired by the vibrant pink hues of flamingoes, featuring a tulip pink full skein as well as a coral and black mini skein.

To mark Pride Month, Dragonflight Yarns is donating a portion of their proceeds to The Trevor Project.

What to stash this week: dress up for summer

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A pastel sage yarn speckled with pops of neon yellow and pink and deep green.

Geraldine of The Wandering Flock considers the Mermaid Parade one of her favorite NYC traditions. To celebrate the start of the season, she’s created a special colorway! Mermaid Parade is a pastel sage speckled with pops of neon yellow and pink and deep green. It will be available on Geraldine’s Fingering Single and Mohair Silk bases. Set your alarms for 12 noon Eastern today to reel in yours.

A white box surrounded by pine and holly branches with a logo on top of the box that reads Colorful Colorado Advent.

Five Colorado indie dyers — Kate of Bad Lux Designs, along with Spindrift Fiber Boutique, Huck and Rae Fiber Studio, The Conifer Collective and Viking Fiber Co — are teaming up to offer an Advent box inspired by their beautiful state. There will be 25 mini skeins, five from each dyer, plus a selection of treats from Colorado makers. Preorders are open now for a limited time.

A light-skinned woman in jeans and a knit, cropped pullover. The pullover is light gray with peach and dark blue contrast colors.

Jill’s latest design, Floral Alchemy, is a gorgeous summer-inspired colorwork sweater with wrapped stitches that echo fluffy flowers she found near the ocean. The pattern from Beach House Knits is 30% off, no code needed, through Tuesday, May 31.