Paatiki

New from Francoise Danoy, Paatiki is a cozy matching hat and cowl with an addictive color-work motif that you'll find hard to put down! Inspired by woven panels decorating the walls of Maori meeting houses, the central diamond motif is called Paatikitiki, or Paatiki for short - named for the diamond-shaped flounder fish, representing abundance. A perfect addition to any stranded-knitting lover's handmade wardrobe!

 

 

 

 

 

 

Lyza

Full of stunning texture and detail, Lyza is a modern wrap perfect for showing off pops of gorgeous hand-dyed yarn. 

Libby Jonson's elegant design pairs perfectly with Helix, our most popular yarn. A bouncy 2-ply spun from Australian Merino wool, Helix is next-to-the skin soft with just the right amount of drape.

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Huesday's Child

Tuesday’s child may be full of grace, but Huesday’s child gets all the colors!

Express your love for any hue you wish with these whimsical colorwork socks. Worked in five contrast colors on a neutral background, you can dive deep into any corner of the rainbow with a gradient, or showcase a variegated yarn.

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Turkish Delight

New from Donna Druchunas, these traditional-fit toe-up Turkish stockings are fun to knit, fun to wear, and certain to keep your feet toasty!

Available in two sizes (regular, 400 yards, & extra long, 600 yards), kits include two sets of bamboo double-pointed needles, stitch markers, yarn needles, and a handy gauge card.

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China Hands

The term “Old China Hand” refers to a foreigner with affinity for, or expertise in, the language and culture of China.

After seven years in Shanghai, I am not nearly as much of a China Hand as I would like to be – but at least these mittens give me China hands!

The design of the left mitten depicts a traditional pavilion and pagoda, while the right mitten shows the China pavilion from the 2010 World Expo and the Pearl Tower, two of modern Shanghai’s most iconic buildings.

The palm and wrist feature motifs of bats, which are auspicious and represent blessings and good fortune.

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Behind the Sun

Inspired by the sun’s last rays over water, this sleek and modern elongated crescent shawl is worked from the center out in a combination of stockinette and garter stitch.

Simple stripes and a wide border are complimented by the unique texture of hand-spun yarns. Easy to memorize, this project is ideal for social or travel knitting.

Handspun kits available in the shop.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Cephalopods Collection

by Cate Carter-Evans

Who doesn’t need a life-sized, squishy, tentacled companion? Or better yet, a whole family of cephalopod friends?

Opus the Octopus, Opie the Mini-Octopus, and Horatio the Nautilus are available as inclusive kits with speciality eyes, and 100% wool tentacle stuffing. Be sure to check out Inkling the Squid, too!

 

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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.