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A mustard, purple, blue and gray striped short-sleeves sweater and an aqua tweed sling bad. A leather case with circular knitting needles.

Lanivendole’s Aestiva wool/linen yarn is pictured here in Florence Spurling’s Winslow Tee. This pattern would require 1-3 skeins of Color 1 and 1-2 skeins of the other three colors (I used Moka, Baltico, Persefone and Tabacco). There are nine currently in stock to choose from. And, if you want a little more wool for some warmth, you can see the Baltico color pairs perfectly with the Harris Sling bag in teal

Three skeins of dark teal yarn.

Olive & Two Ewe’s newest colorway is Caledonia, after the Latin name used by the Roman empire for Scotland.

A collage of moth inspiration photos and the text Midyear solstice 2023.

Jo of Yarn Therapy has opened preorders for her Midyear Solstice Calendar, which is inspired by moths (the light-loving kind, not the ones that feast on your hand knits). The collection will be a “cohesive fade” of speckled, variegated and tonal shades.

A skein of variegated yarn, a skein of turquoise yarn, handmade shibori tote, stitch marker and a Japanese paper fan.

Sharon of Garage Dyeworks is taking orders for the March installment of her Pamper Me Silly yarn club, which is inspired by all things Japan.

Three miniature blue axolotyl stitch markers and one stitch marker featuring an aquatic plant with a tiny snail.

Jillian of WeeOnes has created mini axolotl stitch markers in blue and pink to support you in your latest project. 

Colored stitch markers on a white card.

Twice Sheared Sheep’s bestselling Melody Clips — simple removable stitch markers — are now available in a rainbow of colors.

A brown and gold painting of people eating dinner next to a brown and gold skein of yarn. Text reads February The Potato Eaters.

Lisa The Knitting Artist is taking orders for the February colorway of her Van Gogh yarn club.

Arella Seaton’s Totelly Tote is not a misprint.

Lisa

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