Sure you could get a cute Disney Christmas sweater, but where’s the tradition in that? Available now, get an Ugly Disney Sweater featuring some of your favorite Disney characters, including Genie, Beauty and the Beast, Mary Poppins, and the Lion King. While we’re not in the business of promoting store-bought sweaters, there are certain times when you just have to phone it in and accept that a machine has done the work for you. Especially when your needles are busy making the gifts you will take to the party where you wear your glorious Mary Poppins sweater.

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New to the Brooklyn Tweed color palate are three colors that give us all the winter feels. Iceberg, Yellowstone, and Pumice are now available on fingering weight Loft and worsted weight Shelter. With the signature BT heathered appearance and natural feel, these modern neutrals will add a cool vibe to your winter wardrobe.

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With winter on the horizon, most people get excited about pulling out their favorite, cozy sweater. But not us knitters; we get excited about knitting a new one! That’s why we’re excited for Emily Foden’s new book Knits About Winter, which includes 12 cozy patterns that celebrate unique yarns and capture the magic of winter. While the designs are under wraps, the designer’s pattern catalog, along with the endorsement from Pom Pom Quarterly, make us excited for this upcoming title which will be available in November. However, if you’re headed to Rhinebeck now, you can order now and pick up your copy there!

Pre-order Knits About Winter:



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You’ve done the Ugly Christmas Sweater Christmas card. This year, dress the kids up as Santa with this Baby Beard pattern. Quicker to knit than a sweater, this dress up accessory gets big chuckles and the kids like it, too. Plus, it takes less than one skein of Wooly Worsted from Ewe Ewe Yarns.

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