But first, keep calm and turkey trot on. That silly roasted turkey hat that you saved in your Ravelry favorites years ago just headlines in The New York Times.

Permission To Knit Aboard

This time next year, set sail with Marie Greene on a 14-day knitting cruise to South America. From October 30 – November 13, 2020 cruise along the Chilean coastline, around Cape Horn to Argentina and the Falkland Islands before ending your adventure in Montevideo and Buenos Aires. Take classes taught by Marie Green, watch sheep sheering at local farms, tour Malibrigo, learn about the woman-focused work of Manos del Uruguay, and more. Reservations are now open for this epic knitcation.

Back + Better Than Ever

Twig and Horn’s popular Waxed Canvas Crossbody Tote is back, boasting some impressive new features. Now water-resistant, the knitting bag is constructed with new leather, new hardware, and new pocket construction. But everything still with everything you love, including the spacious pockets, shoulder drop straps and adjustable crossbody strap options, and project versatility. The new version is now available for purchase in five colors.

YarnWorx Goes Live With Emma’s Yarn

Emma’s Yarn, the hand-dyed yarn company based in Florida, is now available, direct from the UK for the first time through an exclusive stockist, YarnWorx. Along with a selection of nine other hand-dyed yarn brands, Yarn Wore sells three of Emma’s Yarns – Practically Perfect Sock, Super Silky, Marvelous Mohair, Sock Minis, and even some of their Yarn Advent Calendars.

CAST ON: Mix Tape by Carissa Browning

Not the mixed tapes of your youth, but rather the craft closet. This new cowl from Carissa Browning is inspired by colorful rolls of washi tape with fun, geometric designs. Mosaic knitting techniques are employed to create the slim horizontal bands that wrap the circumference of the cowl. Perfect for those mini skeins in your stash, this cowl uses 248-1621 yards of fingering weight yarn. Choose to knit the 24” circumference or any other 10 sizes.