Moving on up!

Upstairs we go

Next week is going to be a busy one as we move the yarn shop upstairs and expand our production space over the entire first floor (you can follow our progress on InstagramFacebook, and Twitter). Please bear with us for the first couple of weeks as we get in our new fixtures and get everything just right. As of August 27th, our new shop hours are Friday and Saturday from 10 am to 6 pm. We will, of course, continue to be open by appointment. We look forward to seeing you upstairs when the new shop opens next Friday!

Who's fading?

We've had a tremendous amount of fun putting together color combinations for Andrea Mowry's upcoming What the Fade?! mystery fade along. If you haven't gotten your set yet, or would prefer to pick it up in person, we will be celebrating the launch of the first clue by helping you build the perfect fade in our shop. With nearly 60 colors to choose from, we're pretty confident that we can help you find the fade of your dreams. Stop by Friday, September 1st  or Saturday, September 2nd to join in the fun!

New Limited Edition Colors!

Who's ready for some new colors? We gave you some sneak peaks of these in the color sets we made up for What the Fade?! and we finally got them listed on their own.

For fall/winter 2017, we have the following limited edition colors (pictured above from left to right):
Highlandtown - medium toned blue leaning green, lightly variegated
Penrose - light coral pink, semi-solid
Cedarcroft - mauve with caramelized sugar overtones, variegated
Violetville - lavender swirled with red, highly variegated

We currently have them dyed up in Rustic Fingering, Capital Luxury Sport, Studio DK, and Studio Worsted (Studio Sock is on its way and we will list it as soon as it arrives). If you would like it in another one of our bases, let us know and we'll make it happen!

psst: have you seen our sale section? It's full of one-off colors, skeins with knots, and general misfits. And they're all marked 50% off!

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