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  • Bold Colors in a Favorite Spring Yarn

    Welcome back Zooey! One of our favorite spring/summer releases last year has wowed us again with these eye-popping bright additions to the color range. It is the same cotton/linen blend we love, but now in vibrant hues that just scream Spring.
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  • Light and Lofty Layers

    As soon as Sous-Sous was released, we were smitten. This design by Norah Gaughan combines so many of our favorite things: rich texture, dramatic high-low hem, sinuous cables, and of course... Madelinetosh yarn. The double moss stitch is perfect for adding depth and texture to a hand-dyed yarn like Tosh Merino DK. We love this design in a soft neutral, but it would be gorgeous in any of Tosh's brilliant colors.
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  • Titus Temptations... and a Free Gift!

    One of the collaborations we have been excited about this year developed in the UK between Irish designer Carol Feller and the British yarn company Baa Ram Ewe. Carol is a wonderful designer whose work we have featured many times, and she has partnered with Baa Ram Ewe to produce new versions of several of her most popular patterns in their premiere yarn, Titus.
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  • Spring from Shibui

    linen + recycled silk + wool = springtimeIntroducing Twig, the latest addition to the Shibui yarn line.
    This home-grown, Oregon based company has become well known for its innovative and distinct approach to yarn and design. Shibui uses a wide range of fingering and lace weight yarns and by blending them together, exceeds the potential of each alone.Twig is a delightfully "Oregonian" addition to the line, with a texture that is crisp while extremely light, with a subtle tweed effect. The blend of linen and recycled silk give the yarn body and crimp, and the wool gives it memory and drape.
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  • See What's Brand New from Rowan

    We know the seasons are starting to shift when the new Rowan Magazine arrives. Rowan Magazine 57 is a wonderful resource for knitting fashion trends and classics. This edition spans trends from the "rustic and textured" to the "modern and clean," while keeping the thread of essential shapes throughout.
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