But first, Outlander knitting fans got a shoutout on Ellen in the most fun way.

Turkey Trot With Marly Bird

While you’re prepping the turkey for Thursday’s feast, you can also prep your yarn for Marly Bird’s 1st Annual Turkey Trot Make Along that kicks off on Friday, November 29 at 9:00 am. Over three days, receive instructions for a knitting pattern or crochet pattern designed by the Make Along’s host. To prepare, grab 2-3 balls Caron Latte Cakes (depending on your size), find your needles, and cancel your Black Friday plans. Finish your mystery project by December 8th to be entered to win some fab prizes.

Get Gifty with Making

New to the 2020 Making subscription lineup is Winter Vol. 1 /GIFTS. Inside this new, special issue, find six assorted craft projects and seven knit/crochet patterns from some of your favorite designers including Susan B Anderson, Carol Sunday, and Kristine Vejar. Purchase Winter Vol. 1 as a stand alone digital issue or as a part of a 2020 subscription, which also includes Making No. 9 and No. 10 that will be released in April and October, respectively.

Meet Mish Mash Rugs

Hand tufted rugs are coming back as a popular fiber arts endeavor, but for most of us handy fiberphiles there’s not much time to take on a new craft. Enter Mish Mash rugs, the colorful pursuit of designer Sarah Chapman. This new, hand tufted rug company uses yarn from Manos Del Uruguay to create unique, ready-to-use pieces for your home. Available now online at mishmash.design, shop room rugs, mug rugs, and holiday ornaments.

CAST ON: Twin Peaks by Jill Zielinski

A companion to her Northern Peak hat, designer Jill Zielinski has hit publish on Twin Peaks, a pair of traditional mittens with a modern tree motif on the back of each hand. With 125-yards of Aran weight yarn, this pair bottom-up mitts rely on a single column of cables to create a tall pine that runs from fingers to cuff.