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What to stash this week: An indie-versary

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Two skeins of golden yellow yarn atop an Indie Untangled tote bag with a lilac, pink, gold, brown and black illustration of a fiber festival.

Indie Untangled is turning 9 and I have some anniversary gifts for you. I’ve put together special product packages that allow you to show off your indie love with a discount. 

The Indie Love Anniversary Tote Pack includes an Indie Untangled fiber festival tote bag and two matching skeins of Lanivendole A Chic Blend in either Borealis, a lightly speckled lilac that’s exclusive to Indie Untangled, or Senape, a golden yellow. The packs also include an Indie Yarn Lover project bag fob made by Katrinkles. They’re perfect for writing your name and contact info on in case your WIP is ever misplaced. 

The Indie Anniversary Mug pack includes your choice of a salty or “slightly salty” mug crafted for IU by Jenn and Meghan of JaMpdx, an Indie Yarn Lover project bag fob and two 20g mini skeins in a mystery colorway.

Supplies are limited, so grab these while they’re available!

A background of colorful confetti with a screen including a picture of two caucasian women with the words "YouTube 1K subscribers" and Party Time.

Carolyn and Michelle of Olive & Two Ewe Studios are also celebrating — they’ve hit 1,000 subscribers to their YouTube channel! They’re offering a Party Time Mystery colorway for preorder. They’ve also restocked their shop with other popular colorways. 

Cakes of yarn in various shades of green and green ribbing on red needles.

Teresa is ready for spring with these fresh green hues. Her new mini sets feature sage, evergreen, light mint, grinch green, forest and seafoam.

Skeins of blue, blush, light pink, and variegated blue, purple, and green skeins laying on a wooden table.

The latest collection from Andrea of WoolenWomenFibers comes from her and her twin sister’s imaginations: Willow Creek is “the perfect place to sit quietly as you stitch.” Sets include brightly-colored yarns and charms from SamsTinyTrinkets.

Numerous stitch markers in hexagon and oval shapes with pink floral accents.

Michelle of Kettle + Hearth is also in a spring state of mind and the result is these delicate handmade floral stitch markers. And just like the flowers they’re inspired by, no two markers are alike. 

A light-skinned woman wearing a brown and turquoise knit shawl with a light colored brick background.

Ashleigh Wempe’s San Angelo shawl is inspired by her former Texas home and its mesquite artwork inlaid with turquoise. This triangular shawl features short rows, wrapped stitches and mosaic colorwork. 


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