January 9, 2014
Plenty of new things up in today’s Update! (Our first official Thursday Update of 2014 – exciting!). Just up, we added in:
Lorna’s Laces Shepherd Sock – a fingering weight in 80% Superwash Merino and 20% Nylon with 430 yards in the skein. The multi-colors work up beautifully in scarves, hats, socks and shawls. Sample shown below in Kedzie, Icehouse and Clara’s Garden
Lorna’s Laces Solemate - a fingering weight in 55% Superwash Merino, 30% Outlast, and 15% Nylon with 425 yards in the skein. This is a great yarn for warming you up and cooling you down (due to the Outlast in there). Sample colors shown below in Verve, Seaside and Amish.
Manos del Uruguay Alegria – Oh, the colors in this line! A fingering weight that is 75% Superwash Merino and 25% Polyamid, with 445 yards in the skein. Sample colors shown below in Tannat, Fuego and Pindo.
The Loopy Ewe Camp Bonus Colors – we offered these beautiful skeins to our Camp Loopy finishers who met all of the criteria last summer, and now we have a few extras to share with anyone who would like to get some. Shown below: Wildflowers, Blue Skies Over Colorado, and Rocky Mountain Primrose.
Moda Fabric’s Wishes – Such pretty spring colors! Reds, teals, limes, yellows, and whites with many prints that are great for rounding out your quilt squares. Dots, squares, flags, confetti, diamonds – 28 different bolts in all, plus Jelly Rolls, Layer Cakes, Charm Packs and Loopy Short Stacks. A sample shown here.
Andover Fabric’s Amelia – Deep, rich tones in olives, burgundies, blacks and tan. I can see a stunning bag or beautiful pillowcases out of this line. A sample shown here.
Riley Blake Fabric’s Basics – We added in swiss dots, small dots, and other basics in cream, white, black, and tones. A sample shown here.
Wollmeise Pure – 43 colors of Claudia’s beautiful fingering weight yarn in 100% superwash merino. Popular for shawls, scarves, sweaters, mittens and hats! A sample shown here in Krauterbeet, Paul and Flohmarket.
Have fun shopping and we’ll get your orders packed right up and on their way to your home.
Sheri and The Loopy Ewe Crew