Sorry for the radio silence, folks. We've been turning and burning at the firehouse and some things have fallen through the cracks (like newsletters, Ravelry, restocking poor Yipes Stripes and Find Your Fade bundles...) but we're slowly catching up! Pretty much all of April was spent preparing for the Maryland Sheep and Wool Festival and it was well worth the effort! Thanks to our larger tent size, we were able to bring more types of yarn and even keep our line inside out of the cold and wet. Here's hoping the weather is a bit more cooperative next year!
We now have a bit of a break before our next shows, but we still have plenty of other things going on. The Baltimore edition of our City Zen Dye Retreat is this weekend (don't worry, the shop will still be open normal hours) and the Knoxville, MD edition (with bonus extra hang out option for those who aren't into dyeing) is coming up in August. It may seem far away, but we all know how the summer flies! We have a few new dates up for Beginner Kettle Dye classes and are working on our full class schedule for the fall.
Joji's Starting Point MKAL
The color combinations we put together for the MKAL have been flying off the shelves! If you're ready to jump in and join the fun, we have limited quantities of all sets in stock to pick up from our store or order online. We've been working on ours in the Swoon set and are really loving how it's coming out. We created a thread on our Ravelry page for everyone using NFC yarn, so come show off your pretties!
A short sleeved, v-neck version of our Unity shirt is now available! We were able to squeak an order in just in time for Maryland Sheep and Wool with plenty of extras for our shop after the show. We have them in XS-XXL (unisex sizing) and there's a chart on the listing to help you determine the correct size.
We dyed up 50 sets of Studio Sock for Bristol Ivy's Peace de Resistance Mittens and we only have 9 left! We have 3 color combinations available: Pink! (Mondawmin and Upton), Red! (Woodley Park and Upton), and Blue! (Georgetown and Roland Park). $3 of each purchase will be donated to Black Lives Matter.