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Sign Up For Fibre Share

Now through February 22, sign up to participate the next installment of FibreShare, an international yarn swap that connects fiber enthusiasts in a fun way. Registered participants will be matched with a partner with whom they will swap fiber-themed packages. Packages should be filled with at least 200g of fiber/yarn, but can include any other crafty goodies not exceeding $100 USD. Discover new yarn and goodies when  your surprise package arrives in early May.

Meet Woolens

Susan B. Anderson’s Barrett Wool Company has just released a new yarn to its offerings. Joining Home Fingering and Worsted and Wisconsin Woolen Fingering and Worsted, is Woolens, a sport weight, 100% American wool. Available in 180 yard skeins and in 25 earthy colors, this 2-ply yarn is soft but sturdy, with a little bit of spring.

Handmade Sock Society Season 3

Helen Stewart, the designer behind Curious Handmade, has released her 3rd installment of the her Handmade Sock Society. This pattern subscription club will drop its first sock pattern on February 25th, followed by five more patterns, one each month. This collection, entitled “Atmosphere,” will draw inspiration from the the stories of those who have found enlightenment from the wide expanse above. Sign up before February 24th to take advantage of early bird pricing.

CAST ON: Six Wives Shawl by Potter & Bloom

Potter & Bloom has released the knitted version of the Six Wives Shawl, a follow up to the crochet version of the same name.  Inspired by Henry VIII, use six colors of yarn to represent each one of his wives. Almost as quick as some of his marriages, this shawl is knit with lace and fingering weight strands of yarn held together with a size US 7 needle.