Not only do I have spankin' new yarn to share with you today, but I also have our first batch of holiday striping colors available!
First off, let me introduce you to Big One. A 1/2 pound DK weight skein of all-American superwash merino wool. If you took part in our last Sock Yarn Club, you were the first to test this out before anyone else. Now you can have the chance at it as one of our Test Kitchen options- we choose your color and you get a fab deal- just $25.20 for a half pound of DK weight yarn. If you were to purchase this at regular price, you could find it anywhere from $38-48, depending on the dyer. So I'm very happy to be able to introduce it to you at this price.
This is available as Solid potluck, Multicolor potluck or Speckled potluck. We don't have two skeins of the same color to send you, so if you order more than one solid or something, you'll get two different colors. But if you want to use your Speckles or Solids together in a project, or are hoping for your skeins to somehow work together in a project, leave us a note on your order and we will do our best. I can't guarantee it, because who knows how many skeins we will have to choose from b/c these are already selling fast. But if you leave us a note and we can accommodate your request, we will. Otherwise, we will send your order as-is.
We also have a batch of the two-skein Patina Test Kitchen sets, for those who want us to choose two skeins that go together for all those beautiful two-color projects out there.
I also have for you our three newest Poste Yarn Striping Sock colors- a trio of holiday tonal stripes, so that you can get your holiday socks done early enough to wear them all season long. Heck, these are colors you could wear year-round, but they definitely have a seasonal flair too. Take a look at Holly (Michigan), Ivy (Virginia) and Festival of Lights.
I'm loving how this is knitting up.
We have even dyed a new batch of Jollyville (shown below), which continues to be a holiday fave. And We will be bringing back previous holiday colors in the coming weeks.
Oooooo, and Sugar Plum Mountain. THIS.