I was shocked and saddened to read about the experience that many vendors had at Wool & Folk last week. I encourage you to go here for a full list of vendors with links compiled by Jeroen/@boymeetsyarn.
If you attended last Friday’s Indie Untangled show and didn’t snag a tote bag, or if you just want to show off illustrator Jessica McGuirl’s beautiful work, I’ve opened up preorders for the bag. There are also a dozen swag bags that are left over from the event and are in stock and ready to ship!
AND, due to popular demand, I’m doing a limited preorder for 10th anniversary T-shirts with Jessica’s amazing illustration. T-shirt preorders are open until November 20.
Carolyn and Michelle of Olive & Two Ewe Studios are back from New York and Indie Untangled, and already gearing up for some Knitflixing with a mystery box to mark season 6 of The Crown, which premiers November 16.
Jenna of Southern Skeins is helping you prepare for the chilly temperatures ahead with her Bulky base. Plus, when you purchase a skein of Bulky you get a free pom-pom and a hat pattern.
Joanna of Silver Key Stitches has a new colorway called Hollyberry that is just the right shade for your upcoming holiday projects.
Today is your last day to preorder Round Mountain Fibers’ colorways inspired by Serpentine Hot Springs in Alaska’s Bering Land Bridge National Preserve. The colors are available on fingering and DK, plus 10% of sales are split between the National Park Foundation and the Native American Rights Fund.
Due to popular demand, Dawn of Twice Sheared Sheep now has new large sizes of Cable Locks, which lock your stitches on the needles and fit up to size US 10.5.
Rachel Kashani is a nurse from Kansas who started to paint during the pandemic for stress relief and now sells her original artwork. It’s available on handy cotton canvas tote bags in three sizes. 5% of her sales go to Envision Art Gallery in Wichita, which features artists who are blind or visually impaired.