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What to stash this week: Frogs, not frogging

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A red velvet cartoon curtain reveals the words "The Muppet Shawl.”

The next Lyrical Knits mystery knit-along is most sensational, celebrational and inspirational: The Muppet Shawl. The pattern is for a rectangular shawl with several different stitch patterns and a fun twist to the construction at the end. It’s worked up in fingering-weight yarn with one main color and six mini skeins, though it’s possible to do it with fewer contrasting colors. 

The first clue drops on March 1, and if you purchase the pattern during the preorder period, you’ll receive a discount as well as a planning sheet with more information on the yarn and color requirements.

Skeins of peach and burgundy yarn.

Kick off February with Noemi Zimmer’s Half of my Heart Beanie or Cowl. Carolyn and Michelle of Olive & Two Ewe Studios have some two-skein bundles designed to show off the colorwork pattern in their Shelley worsted-weight yarn. 

Rust, pink, green, blue, beige and cream mini skeins of yarn in an egg carton that reads "Fresh from happy hens." Stitch markers of a chicken coop and colored eggs.

Andrea of WoolenWomenFibers has spent a lot of time on farms and homesteads, and is celebrating the magic of farm life with her Woolen Homestead collection. It includes colorways on a Merino/linen blend and farm animal stitch markers and progress keepers.

Join designer Ashleigh Wempe and a fantastic lineup of instructors from February 15-18 for the Knit Happy! Summit. This free virtual learning event includes courses for beginner and experienced knitters. Ashleigh will be teaching Magic of Mosaic Colorwork Knitting. Other instructors include Edie Eckman, Francoise Danoy from Aroha Knits and Hannah Theissen of Slow Knitting. Indie Untangled is proud to be a sponsor of this exciting event!

A sock set with green, yellow and red yarn and a red mini skein.

Kimberly of Newburgh Yarn Co. is celebrating depictions of knitters in 19th & 20th century paintings with limited-edition sock sets. The February installment of The Art Of Knitting is inspired by Girl Knitting by Marguerite Stuber Pearson. 

Three skeins of sandy yarn with blue, purple and gold speckles on a brass plate.

The final folklore colorway from Gabby of Plies & Hellhounds is inspired by the Sphinx. It debuts tomorrow, February 3 at 10 a.m. ET and is available on Lucent, a fingering-weight blend of Superwash BFL, silk and Cashmere.

inTANDEM has introduced its winter collection, and it’s all about cables. There are six designs ranging from a hat to a cardigan.

Terra cotta knit beanie on a white background with a brown pom pom and a light-skinned hand.

Dawn of Twice Sheared Sheep is hosting a KAL for the Holly Beanie, a hat designed by Sarah Gross for last year’s Advent box. Today only, if you order a kit you get a free faux fur pom pom.

A gray and orange floral print project tote bag.

Michelle of WoolNeedleThread has spring on her mind with her latest collection of project bags and zipper pouches. Grab them for your latest sweater or sock WIP. 

Text overlay: Moving Sale! $10-15 skeins Background: multi colored skeins of yarn.

Yarn Jam’s “moving sale” is continuing and has some new additions. Skeins are available for $10-15 and will ship out ASAP.


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