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What to stash this week: Only shawl

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An illustration of a ghost on a yarn ball and the text Who ya gonna call? Knitbusters. I ain’t ‘fraida no MKAL.

Mary Annarella’s latest mystery knit-along, Who Ya Gonna Shawl?, is an homage to Ghostbusters. Like Mary’s other popular movie MKALs, the pattern for the “festival of knit stitches shawl/wrap” will feature tons of movie references. The first of six clues drops on February 24. This project takes four skeins of fingering-weight yarn and the pattern is 25% off during the preorder period on both Ravelry and Payhip.

A round circle with the words "Socksy Ewe" topped by pink words "Now Open."

Carolyn and Michelle of Olive & Two Ewe Studios have reopened their Socksy Ewe Sock Club to new subscribers. The club provides a monthly shipment of a new, exclusive colorway, a coordinating mini and a premium extra. There’s also now a DK option in addition to a fingering option.

A colorful pile of variegated yarn hanks.

David is celebrating the one-year anniversary of Crafter Gamer Geek with a new collection, Voices of Mars, inspired by the series Carole & Tuesday.

White and green hat with white and green yarn, wood cable needles, a brown button, and a brown pom pom and the text Snow Days Beanie Yarn Kit.

Dawn of Twice Sheared Sheep has yarn kits for the Snow Days Beanie by Sarah Gross in two shades of Everyday Merino. It even comes with a pom pom!

A collage of pictures showing a gift box, brightly colored stitch markers, and plaid project bag with the top folded over.

Michelle of SquareKnot Handmade is going beyond purses and project bags and has included stitch markers, progress keepers and a Galentine’s-inspired gift box in this month’s shop update. Plus, get 5% off shopwide until the end of the month with the code KNITLOVE.

The text Lucy collection in yellow letters on a pink background.

 Erin of Stitch Stuff Yarn has debuted the Lucy Collection, with colorways created by her 10-year-old daughter. Each one has a Lucy story behind it.

Lisa

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