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  • New Spring Yarns from Rowan

    This spring Rowan is launching some wonderful new yarns, including the intriguing Tetra Cotton. This 100% cotton yarn has incredible elasticity due to its unique construction: superfine strands that have been knitted into a mesh cord. The resulting yarn is bouncy, airy, and perfect for spring garments.
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  • Styling Stripes

    Who doesn't love stripes? Big stripes, little stripes, wide or thin stripes... we love the flexibility they give us to play with color, texture, and design. The new Gradient Wrap Cowl by Elizabeth Smith of The Brown Stitch is a perfect example. Accent a base color with 3 complimentary colors for a unique accessory that is as chic as it is cozy. Choose from neutrals with low contrast to brights that demand attention, you can't go wrong mixing and matching the 50+ shades of Rowan Pure Wool Worsted to create a combination just right for you!
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  • A Splash of Color

    Stranded Knits is a stunning collection of 16 color work designs by Ann Kingstone. With detailed illustrations, Stranded Knits walks you through the steps needed to begin knitting Fair Isle, with information on changing colors, trapping floats, two-colored cast-on, and steeking.
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  • Cozy in a Cardi

    The timeless Audrey cardigan is a new creation by renown designer Isabell Kraemer. This classic design has an open front with reversible front borders and optional buttonholes. The accent color adds a modern touch to this elegant garment, as do the optional longer sleeves with thumb-openings.

    The top-down seamless construction of Audrey allows you to focus on the wonder that is Swans Island Natural Colors yarn. The 100% organic merino wool is springy, smooth, and a joy to work with.
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  • Knit an Heirloom

    We are so excited to share a new yarn from Elemental Affects, Heirloom Romney. While this yarn has been available on a limited basis in recent years, this year it is being made from our owner's Romney wool! Dona and Kent have been raising Romney sheep for over 35 years and have had several incarnations of yarn from their wool. Working with Jeanne DeCoster of Elemental Affects has been a joy, and we are happy to be part of a yarn that has been so well received by pure breed yarn-enthusiasts.
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