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What to stash this week: Fall far into this yarn

A hiker in a fall landscape and yarn in shades of orange, yellow, green, black, white, peach and hot pink, with a full skein of mossy green yarn.

Monica from Vermont-based Round Mountain Fibers is dreaming of Alaska. For her Knitting Our National Parks inspiration, she chose a fittingly fall-hued photo of the blazing fall colors at Serpentine Hot Springs in the Bering Land Bridge National Preserve. The preserve is one of the most remote protected areas of the United States, with no roads. But you can still get two colorways — the variegated/speckled Bering Land Bridge and the semisolid Tundra Green.

Bering Land Bridge is available to preorder on full skeins of both Alder Fingering (80% Superwash Merino/ 20% nylon) and Willow DK (100% Superwash Merino), and Tundra Green is available on 50g skeins of Alder Fingering and full skeins of Willow DK. The yarn will ship in late November/early December.

10 mini hanks of yarn in pinks, oranges, purples, bright green and black.

Party with Poe. Or, as Carolyn and Michelle of Olive & Two Ewe Studios call him, Edgar Allan Toe! Their Edgar Allan Toe Party Pack mini skein set is perfect for celebrating the spooky season.

Variegated green, blush, and orange speckled yarns. A golden mustard colored mini. A forest themed foraging project bag, and a fox and mushroom charm set.

The WoolenWomenFibers Walk in the Woods-themed A Woolen Yarn Box for November is still available, and orders for her December Nordic Winter box open on October 25. This immersive yarn-y experience comes with one-of-a-kind colorways, charms, mystery goodies, bags and accessories, an 8 oz. candle and a lanolin lotion bar or wool wash bar.

Cork tags with the words Made with love and swear words on the edge of a green knitted square.

The latest creation from Michelle of Crafty Flutterby Creations is sassy cork sweater tags, perfect for the upcoming gift-giving season. 

A light-skinned woman wearing a yellow and red striped cowl.

Jessica of Double the Stitches is teaming up with Dawn of Twice Sheared Sheep for lots of yarn-y fun. The Very Stripey Cowl was designed with Twice Sheared Sheep’s Everyday Merino yarn and includes a community knit-along complete with a cast-on party and Zoom knit nights.

A close-up of a blue and cream fabric project bag.

Michelle of WoolNeedleThread can get you ready for sweatah weathah with new project bags hand made from repurposed fabrics. She also has stitch markers and zipper pouches ready for your next gift.

A young light-skinned woman wearing a green lacy shawl and a flower crown.

Paola Albergamo’s latest design, Fiordifelce is named after the Italian term for fern flower. This top-down triangular shawl creates a filigree of leaves and flowers with a mix of colorwork and Japanese lace. The pattern is 25% off using the code fiordifelce until Sunday, October 15 at midnight Rome time.


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