Fall has already arrived for Carolyn and Michelle of Olive & Two Ewe (well, as much as fall can arrive in Florida!) and they are marking it with a new colorway. Harvest Moon is a blend of rich oranges, teals and purples that you can just see pixelating into a sea of leaves and apple cider. Check out their post for some colorways to pair it with for your upcoming fall projects.
Even if you’re allergic to purling, you should try out Terri’s new shawl, cleverly named Purl Clutch. This two-color, DK-weight shawl is designed to help you embrace your purls, or love them even more. The AT Haynes House family has a special collection of colorways for the shawl.
Trisha of Yarn Jam is debuting the Somm Collection, with each colorway inspired by the wine recommendations from her sommelier brother-in-law — what better pairing than wine and yarn? The colors will be dyed to order on your choice of nine bases, ranging from lace to worsted.
Courtney of Silly Goose Yarns is having a sale and it starts this morning at 8 a.m. Central! Over this weekend, a large selection of colorways are being offered at $20 a skein.
Add a sweet message to your gift projects with Michelle’s new cork Made With Love tags. You can choose from three laser-etched icons and two colors of renewable cork.
The Storyteller Collection is a series of 10 colorways from Sprindrift Fiber Boutique inspired by something we love to do: telling yarns. It debuts today.
Aiden from Undercover Otter and Ross from the Wee Yarn Company are hosting a virtual event today at 8 p.m. Central European Time/2 p.m. Eastern to officially launch the #queerdomal2023. Hang out wherever you are and chat about crafting.
Dawn of Twice Sheared Sheep is also celebrating the lead-in to fall, and is offering these super cute knit and crochet pumpkins for free. Each pumpkin is made with about 100 yards of yarn for the main body and about 20 yards for the stem and leaf.
Heather of Honey Bee Stitchery is also ready for a new season and has new fall-themed project bags in small and medium sizes.