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What to stash this week: A mountain of love

Red and purple wildflowers at the base of a mountain, with skeins of pale pink, lilac, deep blue and red yarn.

For her installment of Knitting Our National Parks, Jensen of Sugarplum Circus chose a gorgeous image of Mount Rainier by photographer Doug Shearer of the mountain surrounded by scarlet and lilac wildflowers on a misty morning — very Valentine’s Day. Since she couldn’t decide on just one color to spotlight, she dyed up four different colors: Mountain Blush, Alpine Aster, Moody Mist and Scarlet Paintbrush. All are available to preorder individually on full skeins of Sugarplum Sock, 437 yards of 75/25 Superwash Merino and recycled nylon. If you can’t decide, there are also four-mini sets, with approximately 87 yards of each color. 

Five hand sculpted polymer clay conversation heart stitch markers imprinted with knitting instructions (M1L, M1R, K2tog, YO, SSK).

Give some to your knitting and crochet projects with Jillian of WeeOnes’ helpful conversation hearts, Valentine hedgehogs or pink woolly sheep polymer clay stitch markers. Preorders are also now open for a set of 12 individually-wrapped, hand-sculpted, migration-themed stitch markers that will help you count down to spring.

Two photos in a collage, a teal and purple caboodle on top and teal and purple yarn on the bottom.

Anastasia of Cashmere & Coconuts has a variety of new bases — 15 different ones across four different yarn weights — and new colorways for the new year. 

A dark and light green colorwork cowl with an arrow motif on a light background.

Liz of Knitting Lizard Fibers has “choose your yarn adventure” kits for her new Which Way Cowl, a colorwork cowl that uses two skeins of light or classic DK-weight yarn.

A light-skinned woman wearing a red and white mosaic shawl.

Paola Albergamo’s latest is the Frasquita shawl, a mosaic pattern designed to resemble a flower with thousands of petals. Enjoy 25% off through this Sunday with the code frasquita. 

Silver Sheep Charm on a chain row counter over a wooden knitting needle.

Dawn of Twice Sheared Sheep has four types of row counters (featuring cute fiber animals, of course). They include Original Chain Counters, Circle Counters, Odd/even Counters and Shortie Row Counters.

Lisa

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