Daughter In The House

Start off the New Year with new color inspiration. Yarn On The House has addedd 4 new modern neutrals to their Daughter collection. The Worsted Weight yarn, which comes in 330-yard skeins, was previously available in traditional neutrals Vanilla, Chocolate, Black Truffle, and Oatmeal (and look exactly what you think they look like). Now Wild Rice, Rosemary, Cider, and Pomegranate – a cool grey, a cool light blue, a yellow-hued medium brown, and a rich maroon respectively – are available for purchase. Add a skein to your stash for a rainy day, or perhaps mix and match to knit this awesome loop from Espace Tricot.

Shop Daughter now: https://yothyarns.com/collections/all/products/daughter

A Night To Remember

Those headed to Vogue Knitting Live in New York City (January 25-27) are invited to a special event hosted by Myak yarn on January 24 from 6:30 -9:30 pm at the Myak Here Now Showroom. Mingle with special guests Melanie Berg and Isabell Kramer (yay!), enter to win great raffle prizes, oogle beautiful yarn, and toast to a great night. Now you have a reason to fly into NYC a day early.

Get more info and RSVP: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/myak-presents-a-night-to-remember-with-melanie-berg-isabell-kramer-tickets-53663561156

Yarn Love(land)

Workshop registration for Interweave Yarn Fest, happening March 27-31 in Loveland, Colorado, is now open. There, get instruction on everything from spinning to socks over the 5-day event from instructors like Kate Atherly, Barbra Benson, Miriam Felton, Annie Modesitt, and more. The retreat-style experience also gives stitchers access to the Marketplace stocked with fibers and tools from around the world, and many opportunities to form new friendships with other enthusiasts.

Get more info and register: https://www.interweaveyarnfest.com/

Cast On: Rye Lite Socks

With 6,000+ logged projects on Ravelry, Tin Can Knits worsted-weight Rye sock has been a beginner’s go-to. The pattern, which allows knitters to learn the construction of a sock in a speedy way (because worsted weight!), now has a fingering weight version. Rye Light, which was released yesterday, offers the same construction and look as its heavier weight counterpart, but is know sized for traditional sock weight yarn. Like with so many of the Tin Can Knits patterns, Rye Light is free, so you can kick off (get it?!) your New Year Sockolutions (working title) ASAP. If you’re new to knitting, make sure to check out the pattern page on the Tin Can Knits’ site for construction schematic, tutorials, and more. 

Download the pattern on Ravelry: https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/rye-light