The Loopy Ewe Loopy's Fourth Anniversary Kit Loopy's Fourth Anniversary Kit

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Previously $49.50 each.

Loopy's Fourth Anniversary Kit in Loopy's Fourth Anniversary Kit from The Loopy Ewe
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(NOTE: This kit must be ordered on its own, without anything else in your cart. Since we have included pottery in it, we have pre-boxed these, using special packaging and cushioning to insure that it all arrives in one piece.)

We're celebrating our Fourth Anniversary with another fun kit this year! We've been working on this since February, and we are so glad to be able to share it with you.

The Yarn - Be the first to get a brand new yarn base from Dream in Color, called "Smooshy with Cashmere". This fingering weight yarn is 70% superwash merino (in Smooshy's regular twist/ply), 20% cashmere, and 10% nylon. We had them dye it up in an exclusive colorway called "Joy in the Morning", just for this kit. (See Sheri's 8/4 blog post to read what inspired the color and the name.)

The Tumbler - The pottery artists at the Mary Hadley Pottery Company have been hand-painting Loopy on these tumblers for months now. We love how he turned out! You can use this heavy-weight tumbler for hot beverages, cold beverages, or knitting needles and notions. This stoneware is lead-free, and microwave and dishwasher safe. Each one has been painted by hand, glazed, and then kiln-fired at 2100 degrees, making it highly resistant to chipping and scratching. They added our Loopy Ewe name and font on the back, and a cute little "baa" at the bottom.

The Pattern - Debbie O'Neill has come up with another fun anniversary pattern, called Argonauta. The stitches travel around and around, and it's just as fun to knit as it is to wear.

(For International shipments - we have packed this up in a special box to minimize the chances of breakage. We can't guarantee the tumbler, but we are pretty sure that it will be just fine in this box.)

We do not currently have this available — we first started selling this in August 2010.
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