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What to stash this week: Yarn blues

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Six 20-gram skeins of various blue colorways.

Teresa of Sunny Day Fiber is winding down April with the blues — blue yarn, that is. Her latest mini skein set has six blue colorways: Navy, Sky, Light Baby, Lapis, Ice Blue and Blue Skies. They’re perfect in scrappy socks with any complementary leftovers you may have in your stash. She’s also remixed them into special sock sets. The Icy Hot Blue sock set is made up of aqua tones with a neon green contrast, while the April Showers sock set comes with lapis blue and purple-navy contrast minis.

The Yarncentrick logo, pastel green, yellow, peach, and pink metal necklaces with tapestry and sewing needles, a five skein collection of gradient yarns ranging from light peach to dark red, a peach project bag on an orange background.

If you’re headed to Maryland Sheep & Wool next weekend, make sure to hit the Yarncentrick indie pop-up in Frederick with more than 30 yarn dyers and makers. It’s organized by Mary of 29 Bridges Studio and Valerie the Knitting Fairy Godmother.

An acid green sofa with a pink ball of yarn on it with the image surrounded by a broken purple circle and the words, "Yarn Lounge Back in the Groove Again."

If you’re located further south than Maryland, or you’re inspired to go there on your yarny travels, Carolyn and Michelle of Olive & Two Ewe Studios are bringing back their popular Yarn Lounge event. This yarn party/shopping event takes place June 10 (AKA World Wide Knit in Public Day) in Orlando, Florida.

A black t-shirt that says I knit past my bedtime, with a black yarn ball and knitting needles over a rectangle of rainbow colors.

If you want to show off your love of knitting in the warm weather, check out Ashleigh Wempe’s new cheeky knitting-related t-shirt designs. They come in XS to 5XL. 

A pink lemonade (pink and yellow) sock blank laying atop another sparkle blank spread outvon a white wooden background. The sock blanks are surrounded by a lemon and jean fabric project bag, lemonade in a mason jar and lemon charms, a yellow frosted tumbler with a bamboo lid, lemon stickers, and yellow and pink mini skeins.

Speaking of warm weather, WoolenWomenFiber’s A Woolen Lemonade Stand hearkens back to that summer staple. This collection includes ice-dyed yarn, hand-sculpted and painted lemonade charms, a project bag and tumbler, plus more. 

A nine-photo grid collage of different colorways of yarn, with the description of the collection and release date featured.

Jess and Meg of Critical Hit Dyes have released their Tears of the Kingdom Collection, with nine colorways inspired by the world of Legend of Zelda.

Knit Stitch Tee Club Logo.

On May 1, Jenna of Southern Skeins is opening sign-ups for her Knit Stitch Tees subscription. Sizes run to 3X. 

Colorful pearl stitch markers and blue text describing the difference between infinity and melody rings.

Dawn of Twice Sheared Sheep shares the differences between her Infinity and Melody ring stitch markers in her latest Indie Untangled post.

Five mini skeins. From left to right: a brown skein, a red skein, a light brown skein, a teal skein and a dark grey skein.

Victoria of Eden Cottage Yarns has updated her shop with a variety of mini skein sets. They come in packs of three, four, five and seven minis.

Undercover Otter had an update with bright semisolids of Squirm Sock.


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