I don’t normally do repeats of Knitting Our National Parks colorways, since it involves a special order and it can be tricky to get the timing right. However, Wild Tarnish, the Pacific Crest Trail-inspired colorway from Chelsea of The Enchanted Kettle, was so popular when it was released back in August that I knew after the preorder sold out in the first week that I would be doing a rerun. As is often the case with small, handmade items, it took a little while to get the yarn back in stock. But, there is a fresh batch available to order now.
Lisa The Knitting Artist’s yarn club next year is themed around Vincent van Gogh. Each month of 2023, she’ll creating a yarn colorway inspired by one of van Gogh’s works, starting with his earliest and ending with his last. Each month’s colorway will come with a fun fact card that is all about the work in question and/or his life at that time.
Ce of The Uncommon Thread is having a special end-of-year preorder update. All colors and all bases, as well as sets and a sweater kit, will be available.
Bonnie of Yank Your Yarn has new snag-free, removable stitch markers that simply attach to your knitting without futzing with pins. They’re lightweight and made of powder-coated zinc alloy and come in springtime floral colors.
Twice Sheared Sheep’s new Duo hooks are the ultimate multi-tool for your knitting bag! This bamboo tool can be used to fix mistakes, pick up stitches and be used as a cable needle or to add crochet embellishments.
Michelle of SquareKnot Handmade is having a post-holiday sale with 20% off everything in the shop — project bags, notions pouches and purses — through tomorrow.