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What to stash this week: Go to the Yarni Gras

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A cream and royal blue backpack featuring an illustration of a New Orleans home decorated with yarn and beads and the text Yarni Gras, hosted by Indie Untangled.

If you’re in the New Orleans area, join us Saturday, January 27 to kick off Carnival season at Yarni Gras! It takes place from 12-3 p.m. at Faubourg Brewing, 3501 Jourdan Road, with eight vendors and delicious craft beer. Registration is free, or get a swag bag with entry.

A drawing of a sweater with a spray of winter greenery and berries and birds and butterflies symbolizing a leap from winter to spring.

It’s always good to have a sweater on hand. So, why not join the upcoming Olive & Two Ewe Spring Out of Winter Make-a-long? The team, including Carolyn, Michelle, Maria and Monica are going to knit the Eun Sweater by Norwegian designer Ane Fiskum Sunde. It’s a top-down pullover with a deep split hem, and cute ribbing at the bottom, and looks perfect for layering. 

A light-skinned woman in a yellow lace yoke sweater standing in front of a tree.

Jessica’s Coterie sweater is inspired by the Coterie Shawl, a pattern she designed in honor of Local Yarn Shop Day 2022. Coterie, which refers to a small group of people with shared interests or tastes, is a celebration of all the things that Jessica cherishes most about LYSs. 

Wooden rabbit earrings on a cake of light grey yarn with knit/crochet, sheep, alpaca and spinning wheel earrings on the foreground.

Michelle of Crafty Flutterby Creations has a new line of laser-cut earrings that let you showcase your love of the animals that create your favorite fibers. Each pair is made from sustainably sourced beech or walnut.

3 skeins of suri yarn. Text overlay: Moving Sale $10-15 skeins!

Trisha of Yarn Jam is in the process of “moving” to spinning fiber and new mostly non-Superwash bases, so she’s having a huge sale, with discontinued yarns and “Oopsie” skeins marked down to $10-15.

Row of pink spackled yarns, with pink flower bouquet.

Sharon of Flora Adora Fibers has dyed her woolly Comfort Fingeringin bright, cheerful spring colors to help get you through the dreary winter. It’s also available on sock sets.

Pink skein of yarn on a brown yarn carousel with a white background and light-skinned hand.

Twice Sheared Sheep’s new Yarn Butler is designed to feed you your yarn from a tabletop or your wrist for easy on-the-go crafting. Since it sold out so quickly, it’s now available to preorder to ship in about a month.

Lisa

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