Anne of Little Skein In the Big Wool has opened preorders for Autumn Light, her show colorway for the upcoming Indie Untangled on October 18. If you have tickets to Indie Untangled, you can pick up your skeins at the show. If you don’t have tickets, you can preorder and Anne will dye and ship your skein when she returns to the West Coast to ship to you in November.
For the past several years, I have also enjoyed attending the Kings County Fiber Festival, an annual event organized by my Brooklyn neighbor Maxcine DeGouttes. The backdrop is the historic Old Stone House of Brooklyn, located in the picturesque Park Slope neighborhood. The eighth annual event, which takes place on Saturday, October 12 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., includes a variety of indie vendors, including dyers, felters, knitters, crocheters, quilters, spinners and weavers. This year’s event will also feature a talk and exhibit by crochet artist Nacinimod Deodee, moderated by textile developer Sahara Briscoe of Super String Theory Design. There will also be a collection for donations of handmade hats for the homeless.
Christina of Teal Torch Knits has extended the deadline for her Advent calendar preorders to October 6. The 12-day and 24-day calendar options are inspired by her child’s favorite books.
IU newcomer Dana of Un Besito Fiber has dyed up her Swoon DK base in time for sweater season. Swoon DK is a 75/25 Superwash Merino/Mulberry silk blend and it’s 15% off during the month of October with the code UNTANGLED.
Rachelle of Moondrake Co. is also ready for sweater season with a variety of bases and weights for your sweater-knitting or crocheting needs. Rachelle is also available for color consultations if you need help deciding.
Lisa The Knitting Artist is celebrating fall with a new yarn. Her Silky Single is a 70/30 blend of Superwash Merino and Mulberry silk in fingering weight, dyed in all of her painting-inspired colorways. She’s offering 20% off all Silky Single yarn through October 1.
Joan of White Lies Designs’ latest kit is a colorwork cowl with a stitch pattern taken from an antique book of Russian embroidery motifs that she translated into knitting charts. Her sample uses a solid cashmere with a hand-painted colorway, held double for a quick and cozy knit.