Newsletter 350

by Jeremy Lehmann

Originally Published May 25, 2015

Downtown Cowl Noema

Just in time for warmer weather, the Downtown Cowl, knit here in cotton-blend Noema from Louisa Harding, is the perfect accessory to show off multi-colored yarns. Worked in the round, it's an easy knit and ideal for TV- or travel-knitting. We stock it in ten colors...there's sure to be one you love!


Double Silk Scarf Ito Serishin

The Double Silk Scarf is an elegant addition to your warm weather wardrobe. The pattern shows off the sheen and softness of Ito's Serishin 100% silk yarn. Designed to be draped loosely around the neck, it's perfect for the warm weather months ahead of us. We've kitted yarn and pattern together in five different colors to help make your decision-making process a little easier! 


Jill Draper Esopus

Esopus, from Jill Draper Makes Stuff, is back! Our first order went quickly and we're thrilled to be able to offer it to you again -- so much so that we tripled our order! U.S.-made sheep-to-skein, Esopus is a high-twist fingering weight superwash Merino yarn available ineighteen colors. Not only is this yarn great for socks, but also makes lovely shawls too! It's especially good for picky wool wearers, as it is next-to-skin soft and washable.


A Note from Christina, Organizer of Threads of Kindness:

Hello everyone...I'd like to invite you to join a group that is very near to my heart as I know it is for many of you.  We are working to provide hospice patients in middle Tennessee with a blanket or shawl for a little comfort at a time when they may most need it and preemie blankets and hats to many of the Nashville's Neo-Natal units.  If you think this giving opportunity may be right for you, please reach out to us.  We are fortunate to have generous yarn donations from Haus of Yarn helping us along our way and would love to share our stash with you.  
Threads of Kindness