Log Cabin III Scarf 

With long, sweeping lines that intersect in a bold central motif, this unusual scarf’s best feature is the showcase it provides for yarns rich in color and texture.

Perfect for early Spring, you can knit it now and wear it as a scarf, and later as a small shawl when the weather warms up.

This project is a great chance to experiment with color! We've got kits in the shop featuring a brilliant mix of our handspun yarns - halo heather, cosmos, orbit heather, and qinghai handspun - in 50-yard mini-skeins. 

 

 




Boundless by Alex Tinsley

Tired of your current winter hat? Looking for a quick and easy project featuring simple textures and an unusual construction? Check out Boundless!

Boundless is a great way to showcase a special yarn, and the unusual folded crown is sure to turn heads. 

We've created kits in two yarns: Qinghai Handspun (shown in Larkspur), a rustic wool two-ply; and Penumbra (shown in Marigold), a light and super-soft mohair/nylon blend new for Spring.


 

 

 

 

 

Treasure Cakes

Knit the rainbow! A new put-up of our best-selling Helix Yarn, each Treasure Cake contains twelve different colors of yarn. 

Two new projects are now in the shop using Treasure Cakes - The gorgeous gradient hat Joyful! Joyful! by Megan Williams, and the Bifrost Scarf by Cate Carter-Evans.

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Opus the Octopus

by Cate Carter-Evans

Who doesn’t need a life-sized, squishy, tentacled companion?

 With his sleepy eyes and wonderfully squishable body, Opus the Octopus is equally at home perched on a sofa or at the head of a bed. Best of all, Opus' pattern is free in Knitty.

Visit the Opus Project Page

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The Artisan Spinning Wheel

Acadia Wheel & Loom's sleek and modern spinning wheel delivers a supremely smooth spinning experience.

Handmade in Bar Harbor, Maine.