If you want some Automne á Rhinebeck to knit your Rhinebeck sweater, there’s a wee bit of the Merino DK left in stock. Use it for Camille Rosselle’s Melli, or you can copy me and make a slightly less boxy version using Amy Herzog’s CustomFit software. It would also be great for Heidi Kirrmaier’s Niagara or, of course, a Comfort Fade.
Volume 1 of Mollygirl’s new yarn club, called Spotlight, takes inspiration from the ‘50s-via-the-‘70s musical Grease.
QCC Yarn’s newest base is Delightful Cat, a soft and bouncy DK weight yarn made up of 75% Superwash Merino and 25% nylon that’s perfect for petting (and knitting).
After vending at various fiber festivals, Lisa The Knitting Artist has updated her shop with hand-dyed yarn and matching fiber-themed art to decorate your craft room.
Mona is having a semiannual buy-one-get-one-free sale in her patterns through July 17. Use it for shawls or sweaters, like the above sun sea piracy cardi.
UK dyer The Cryptozoologist is back in action dying multi-layered colorways on 100% Yorkshire reared and processed yarn.
Knits4Comfort is taking reservations for her Christmas movie-themed Advent Calendar of yarn.
I just received my order of Automne a Rhinebeck. Oh my gosh is it gorgeous. Thank you so much for such prompt service.
You’re very welcome! Hope you enjoy knitting with or just admiring it!