What to stash this week: go Skeinny Dipping

Christine of Skeinny Dipping is debuting her newest base, Merino Silk Single, in the first ever Indie Untangled Virtual Trunk Show! The idea behind the Virtual Trunk Show is to introduce you to indie dyers you may not know about and let you snag some of their beautiful skeins — no travel, tickets or lines required. In lieu of samples, I’ve linked to project ideas on Ravelry.

As a bonus, the trunk show has some skeins from Fuse Fiber Studio, including a limited number of kits for Catherine Clark’s Ixchel sweater that include dyer Rebecca’s popular Black Pearls colorway. 

Vagabondo is Sara of La Cave à Laine’s latest hat pattern. Filled with wandering cables, it is what she calls a “playful investigation into asymmetry within symmetry.” Enjoy 25% off this pattern with code VAGA25 on Ravelry until the end of February.

If you couldn’t tell from her business name, Michelle of Crafty Flutterby Creations is into butterflies. Her new Flutterby stitch marker and holder sets are available online, or you can see them in person in booth 513 at Stitches West.

Project bags and accessories in this colorful Knit Happens design from artist Cynthia Frenette are on sale today at 9 a.m. Pacific time from Slipped Stitch Studios. There are a limited number of ready-to-ship items, but there will be the option to preorder should something sell out.

Be on the lookout for new items from Jenn of Porterness Studio. All Indie Untangled readers get 20% off with the code SelfLove20.

Amy recently debuted her newest Row House Collection, plus 10 other new colorways and OOAKs. Inspired by colorful row houses in America and around the World, the Row House Collection features five coordinating semisolid colors and two speckled colorways.

Sunshine of My Mama Knits offers more than just hand-dyed yarn. Her shop also has hand-sewn project bags made especially for her by Amelia X Joy, stitch markers in singles or themed sets and hand made birch wood Socker’s Rules by Fleece Loved Products.

Meet Debi of BaaBerry Farms, a shepherdess who specializes in project bags and hand-dyed yarn. Bags are fully lined, with interior pockets and wrist straps, and yarn is mill spun from her flock and then hand dyed.

Shanna of Lambstrings Yarn just had a shop update, which includes some brand new colorways and a revamping of some old ones on Sadie Singles, Tralala Sock and Ewetopia DK. Her shop also now has mini skeins.

Going to Stitches West? Learn all about the Witherbottoms, a story woven by Leann especially for the show.

Learn more about Australia’s Great Ocean Road Woollen Mill.

Just in time for V-Day, the Every Rose Has Its Thorn colorway is available from MollyGirl Yarn.

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