Susie of Fiber MacGyver transformed nature’s magic — a photo of the Artists Palette in Death Valley National Park, taken by Jon Fischer — into this stunning colorway, Painted Hills. It’s available to preorder through Indie Untangled on two bases through April 21.
Jo of Yarn Therapy has created an enchanted woodland adventure with yarn. This collection of 18 colorways, hand dyed in Yarn Therapy’s solar-powered studio in New Zealand (that is maybe visited by hobbits), is inspired by wild fungi, mushrooms and lichen. It’s available to preorder on six bases, including a mini skein set, through April 14.
Carolyn and Michelle of Olive & Two Ewe Studios have brought Pink Poppies out of the “O&2U vault” just in time for spring. Take this green with pops of pink to your outdoor yarny adventures.
Terri and Brian of AT Haynes House Yarns are celebrating cherry blossom season in Washington, DC, AKA Chocolate City, with a special speckled colorway and a project bag. The colorway is available through the last day of the Cherry Blossom Festival, which is April 16.
Jillian of WeeOnes has created these wee Scottish Highland Coos stitch markers that will make you smile while you stitch. If you order through April 9 and mention “Indie Untangled” at checkout, a fifth coo will jump into your set.
For the latest Travel the World Club colorway from Courtney of Silly Goose Yarns, “April showers bring glass flowers”: It will be inspired by the Chihuly Garden in Seattle. Preorders are open until April 9.
Ce of The Uncommon Thread has kits for Maaike van Geijn’s Wervel sweater, featured in Aimee Gille’s latest book, Neons and Neutrals. You can preorder kits for the yoke only, allowing you to used stash yarn for the body, as well as kits for the full sweater.
Listings are up for the Knitting Lizard Fibers Summer Cocktail Club, which this month is all about the Margarita. Orders will be taken through April 10 and the color is available on six yarn bases.
The Dragonflight Yarns April box is Truly Tulip.