Ever wanted to knit or crochet something in team colors, only to be disappointed by the very plasticy options available? In this month’s yarn review and giveaway, let me introduce you to KnitPal, a company specializing in hand dyed wool yarns in accurate team colors.
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Make a giant friendship bracelet-inspired runner for your Friendsgiving table! Knotted with 100% American wool, this easy project doubles as a hostess gift and macramé scarf.
Meet Stratosphere, a DK weight, superwash wool yarn. This yarn is great for colorwork, sweaters, and long-wearing projects. Learn more about this American-made yarn and enter to win a skein!
If you’re looking for an affordable, go-to fingering weight yarn, Knit Picks’ Hawthorne should be on your radar. Get the skinny on this yarn and enter to win TWO skeins in the October yarn review and giveaway!
Meet Alma, a new yarn from Manos del Uruguay! A single ply fingering weight yarn available in great colors, Alma is a great yarn for your next sweater or shawl project.
Wrap up your works in progress (WIPs) by the end of August to win a knitter’s prize pack worth over $275. Featuring Zen Yarn Garden yarn, Knitter’s Pride interchangeable needles, a Social Knitworking tote from Artiphany, and Eucalan fiber wash.
Cotton Fleece Yarn from Brown Sheep Company is versatile and durable with an 80/20 mix of cotton and wool. Learn more and enter to win two skeins!
This month’s yarn review & giveaway features A Good Yarn’s Boca Chica yarn, a fingering weight, chain-construction yarn in 100% superwash merino wool. Read this post for the details, including project ideas, and enter to win a generous 480-yard skein!