Rhinebeck and SAFF Preview 2018

In one week, we'll be busy setting up at New York Sheep & Wool (Rhinebeck!) and then preparing to go to SAFF the following weekend, so we are busy dyeing, twisting, organizing, and packing up a huge assortment of yarn, sets, fiber, patterns, samples, and more. We can't wait to see everyone!
 

New York Sheep & Wool AKA Rhinebeck

October 20-21, Rhinebeck, NY

 

Rhinebeck booth

Our Rhinebeck booth (the end of Building C, booths 31-32) will feature a wide range of our yarns, including Yowza, all NEW Yowza Mini Trios, Yummy 2-Ply and Toes, Keira, Sojourn, Yummy 3-Ply, Killington, Gradient Sets, Katahdin, Estrellita, Hot Shot, Tarte, Caroline and more.

Yowza Mini Trios

We'll have fibers for spinning and felting, Crown Wools sets, and a limited number of Advent Sets.

Fiber

We'll have patterns and samples from our Fall 2018 Collection and lots more, as well as project bags, pins, Strickplaners, and stitch markers.

As always, our limited edition show colorway (always a surprise until the day of the show, limit 2 per customer) will be available each morning at the front of the booth until we sell out.
 

Online Specials

Keep your eyes on your email inbox next weekend: much like we have done for Maryland Sheep & Wool, we'll be offering some online-only specials on some yarns that cannot travel to shows. (There will NOT be an online-only show colorway.) If you don't get the newsletter, you can sign up here.
 

Southeastern Animal Fiber Fair

October 26-28, Fletcher, NC

SAFF is our 'home show' - one of the closest shows we go to and the one we started at, and it has a little bit of all our hearts. We'll be in booths 409-413 in the Davis Arena with lots of our yarns, fibers, patterns, samples, project bags, stitch markers, and more. 

As always, our limited edition show colorway (always a surprise until the day of the show, limit 2 per customer) will be available each morning at the front of the booth until we sell out.

We hope to see you all soon!

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lonelyplant

what’s the pattern used in the picture with the blue and grey yarn? it looks gorgeous!

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