Cierra of Ballyhoura Fibres is capturing the magic of winter in her colorway for the Indie Untangled Knitting Our National Parks series. Prairie Sunrise is inspired by a pink and purple sky above a frosty prairie at the Kulm Wetland Management District in North Dakota. It’s available on 2ply Sock, an 85/15 blend of Superwash Merino and nylon that comes in 393-yard skeins. Preorder exclusively from Indie Untangled through February 23.
Vermont LYS Must Love Yarn is hosting a relaxing retreat at the Essex Resort & Spa from March 21-24. There will be a series of classes and an outing to the shop, but mostly time spent unwinding. Click through to the Visit This Shop button for all the details.
Join Melissa of Storyteller Stitchery on a magical journey to Neverland, her colorway inspired by the classic tale of Peter Pan. The collection includes hand-dyed yarns, fiber and embroidery thread.
Sharon of Flora Adora Fibers has dyed up a limited-edition Border Leicester wool and mohair fingering that is custom milled in Michigan. There is a mix of soft, naturally-dyed solids, speckles and variegated colors for a variety of looks.
If you’re looking to tame your mess of tangled cables, Dawn of Twice Sheared Sheep is debuting Snap ID cord organizer tags that allow you to identify the circular needle length at a glance.
The February colorway of The Knitting Artist’s Georgia O’Keeffe Yarn Club is now open for skein-only preorders. The colorway is inspired by an early Georgia O’Keeffe watercolor called “Sunset.”
Trisha of Yarn Jam has added even more skeins to her moving sale and Oopsie skeins section. Skeins range from $10-15.
Michelle of WoolNeedleThread has created handmade stitch markersto add some bling to your knitting. You can also use the code “this1too” at checkout and you’ll get $3 off EVERY eligible item if your order totals $50 or more.
Eden Cottage Yarns’ first update of 2024 has gone live and consists of mini skeins in Brimham High Twist and Rosedale 4ply.