KnitCrate Indie July

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If you follow me on Instagram or Facebook, I know you’ve already heard that I was featured in the Indie KnitCrate this month. But I wanted to write about it here because of the TWO new colorways I developed and the new base I used for the project!

First I want to talk about the base. I’m calling it Passport DK. It’s the first in a new line of yarns I will be offering in limited quantities as I find them via various sources outside of my normal wholesale supply. So in a sense, I’m “traveling” a bit. Trying new things from new places. It will be a fun adventure, and you’ll never know what new bases I’ll have! Depending on the demand for the bases, I may be able to include them in my wholesale program as limited runs. I’ll figure that out when I get there.

Okay, now for the colorways. First is Electroberry, and it’s my favorite. I took a true, vibrant blue and glazed it with pink to create lovely purple hues. The other new colorway is Pink Lemonade, a happy color that makes my mouth water because I love a cold glass of sweet, tart pink lemonade on a hot summer day. The other two colorways in the KnitCrate palette are Pumpkin Farm and Canary. Those four together sure do make a wonderful summery palette, don’t they?

The designer, Xandy Peters, used them so well in her designs. I hope to work with her again sometime!

Photo by KnitCrate
Photo by KnitCrate
Photo by KnitCrate
Photo by KnitCrate

The new colorways are already in my colorway gallery and part of my regular lineup for custom dyes and wholesale orders! I have a small inventory of Passport DK available, so drop me a line if you’d like some dyed up in any of my colorways! <3

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