You can look forward to a lot of DK and sport weight yarns. Closeouts and some old friends which are leaving us. Say good by to Pixie Suri and Pixie Silky (80/20 merino silk) both are 1300 yard lace weights. I dyed up many in some pretty amazing semi solids. That will leave us with Pixie Lace, our merino to carry along with.
The bamboo and sari silk ribbon are being paired up into sets for projects. These would look fantastic in a weaving project or as razzle dazzle, part of a Jane Thornley project. Or what about one of our Knit Shawl Collars? They would be an amazing set for that pattern too.
We have some Spill Rags, the one I made today reminded me of Paris and the Sylvan I dyed a few years back. There's only one of each Spill Rag though so do hurry if you like them.
We are working Imp DK up into sets of 4 which are great for Brioche knitting, 2 lights and 2 darks.
There are some oversized skeins of Elf Merino, the normal 100 gram has been super sized into 250 grams! This is our least expensive sport weight yarn, if you pick up 2 skeins it might net you a sweater. No, not this size.
Sprinkles! OIY! so many pretty sprinkles. I started to dye with a "new to us color" that's just producing some smashing results. I'm loving that this one color gives every neon color through to black. The color itself will go gray and then green depending on the base, it's so much fun to play with that I might need to get a larger jar of dye soon.
Next up is gradient runs. We have both our Medium and DK weight SW merino to work with.
As you were, just wanted to pop in and give you time to save for this annual event which is coming soon. ENJOY!