What to stash this week: holiday traditions

White roving and yarn sits on red, green and yellow plaid.

Monica of Gothfarm Yarn is looking to a Nordic holiday tradition — the yule goat, or Julbocken, depicted in straw sculptures and ornaments. The illustrations of the yule goat remind Monica of Angora goats, which we all know and love as producers of mohair. In honor of this connection, Monica is offering 10% all her mohair products, including Cottontail roving, Muskeg (amber mohair and brown Rambouillet Merino wool), Arkose (white mohair, white Rambouillet Merino, red alpaca), Gabbro (black mohair and Jacob sheep wool) and Alabaster (red mohair and California Red sheep wool). Just add your favorite mohair products to the cart and enter “MERRYMOHAIR” at checkout. The discount runs through December 25.

A basket of tomatoes, a skein of bright red-orange yarn and an olive-skinned woman wearing a red textured cowl over a black leather jacket.

Today is your last day to order the IU-exclusive Pomme D’Amour colorway from Black Elephant, which designer Jimenez Joseph used to create a cowl of the same name, with twisted and slipped stitches echoing tomatoes on the vine and a woven basket.

A collage of images of the American west.

From January through June 2022, Ashlee of Smash Yarn will be releasing monthly skeins inspired by the television series Yellowstone. Fingering, DK and worsted are available, along with mini skein and stitch marker add-ons.

A lighr-skinned woman holds up a blue knitted bandana with a diamond pattern.

Paola’s Nocturne Bandana is a small, quick (but still interesting) knit that can be worn a multitude of ways. Along with being a perfect last-minute gift, it’s 15% off until this Sunday with the coupon code nocturne.

Laura of Created 4 U by Laura is releasing colorways inspired by album covers from the ‘70s, with a contest.

 

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