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What to stash this week: A local collaboration

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Ten skeins of colorful rustic yarn in twisted skeins laying flat on a wooden tabletop with the words Heritage Breed Box featuring Navajo Churro wool overlaid on the image.

The Conifer Collective, Megan of Huck & Rae Fiber Studio and Meadow of Spindrift Fiber Boutique — have collaborated on a special project called the Heritage Breed Box. They worked with local shepherds to source and developed a blend of Navajo Churro fiber that was spun into DK-weight yarn at a local mill. Each dyer created one warm and one cool tonal color in a coordinating palette, and they left one skein un-dyed to let its natural hue shine. 

Preorders for the Heritage Breed Box are open only through Monday, October 9 in each dyer’s shop. The quantities are very limited, so make sure to get your order in if you’d like to support this collaboration. 

A group of products that includes a full skein of peach speckled yarn and a purple mini skein with a pouch in neon floral fabric. A text box contains a positive review of the Souther Stitch Box.

Jenna of Southern Skeins has opened up her Southern Stitch yarn subscription up to new members. Each installment includes hand-dyed yarn, a pattern, a handmade progress keeper and other goodies. Sign up now to get the October box.

Many multicolored hanks of yarn.

Not only is it October in a couple of days, but it’s Socktober. Carolyn and Michelle of Olive & Two Ewe Studios are celebrating with special sock sets — a full skein and coordinating mini — on your choice of fingering-, DK- or worsted-weight yarn.

A mood board with images of various foggy landscapes featuring changing leaves and lake views. At the bottom of the image are square images of the yarn colorways inspired by the mood board.

Meg of Megs & Co is celebrating the start of autumn, and her home state of New York, with a special line of Autumn in New York colorways on her special Ellis yarn. The yarn was 100% made in New York State, with wool produced on two local forms and milled at Battenkill Fibers.

The text New Oopsie Sets with colorful Sock sets pictured in the background.

Trisha of Yarn Jam has added lots of new “Oopsie Sets” to her website. These are OOAK skeins that turned out a bit different from how she intended.

Peppermint greens, reds, snow white, and cocoa brown skeins. The holiday doodle stocking with holiday Snowflakes and patterns on it in bright holiday colors. SamsTinyTrinkets elf stitch markers in skin tones, light and dark.

Move over Elf on a Shelf — Andrea of WoolenWomenFibers is bringing you Elf on a WIP! There are two box options that both include a SamsTinyTrinkets Peppermint cocoa elf progress keeper and the Holiday Doodle stocking pattern by Jamie Lomax of Pacific Knit Co. to knit-along in December.

A basket piled high with skeins of yarn in shades of purple, red, orange and grey.

Victoria of Eden Cottage Yarns is having a post-Yarndale update and her website is stocked with plenty of yarn, including her Brimham Bio Bingering, Brimham 4ply, Brimham DK, Pendle Aran, Bowland 4ply and Bowland DK bases.


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