On today’s episode I’m cheering myself up in the face of the cold, grey, damp weather. I’m looking forward to some of the simple pleasures of autumn, and fessing up to falling off the destash wagon in a glorious little yarn binge.
Meadow Yarn is an inviting online retailer selling yarn, needles and notions. It’s a small, family business based in rural Suffolk in the UK. Meadow Yarn was born out of a passion for beautiful yarn and knitting accessories and aims to bring you a range of great products. Yarns stocked include Northbound Knitting, Eden Cottage Yarn, the Fibre Co and many more.
Blacker Yarns produce a diverse range of breed specific yarn for your knitting and crochet projects. With everything from Shetland and Blue-Faced Leicester through to Wensleydale, Gotland and Manx you’ll be sure to find an unexpected treat. If you are thinking of embarking upon a breed specific adventure, then head over to www.blackeryarns.co.uk. All Blacker’s wares are spun and dyed at their mill in Cornwall using 100% British Fibre and sustainable production methods.”
The Shawl Society Update:
The 5th shawl in the The Shawl Society will be out next week! Keep your eyes on Instagram for a sneak peek of the design. I used two gradient sets for the samples:
Seven Sisters Arts has designed a special set just for this pattern: Aurora Gradient
Even though we’re in the home stretch of TSS, we still have new members joining us all the time! If you’d like to be a part of the fun, you can join buy purchasing the Shawl Society ebook on Ravelry. You can enjoy the four patterns already released, the two surprises still on the way, and a community that will be knitting together for a long time to come.
If you want a chance to win two skeins of Blacker Yarn’s special edition dyed St. Kilda Laceweight make sure that you post your finished Quill Shawl to the Finished Object Thread by Sunday October 2nd.
I’m running a giveaway of The Mindfulness in Knitting by Rachel Matthews. Thanks to the publisher, I have five copies of the book available to win! You can hear all about the book on last week’s episode and possibly win a copy for yourself, is you leave a comment on that post telling me how knitting brings your joy. Get your comment in by Tuesday the 4th of October, when I’ll be drawing five names.
That’s everything for today. Have a great weekend, and happy knitting!