Stitches West 2017 Preview

Stitches West 2017 Preview

Stitches West 2017 is nearly here! We'll be at the Santa Clara Convention Center this February 23-26 for a great show. We have five big booths for all our colorful hand-dyed goodies! Here's a little preview of what we'll be bringing with us to California this year.

Our yarn selection this year will include:

  • Yowza
  • Yummy 2-Ply and 2-Ply Toes
  • Yummy 3-Ply
  • Kunlun
  • Killington
  • Keira
  • Caroline
  • Hot Shot
  • Sojourn and Sojourn Sport
  • Katahdin
  • and last but not least our newest yarn, Woodbury. This fingering weight merino and silk blend is light and crisp, perfect for the lightweight sweaters and accessories that are so useful in California!


We'll have kits and sets, including gradient, shawl, and polydactyl sets in Yummy 2-Ply, Caroline, and a few Gradient Sets in Sojourn. We'll also have Boho Bangles kits for these fast and fun felted accessories!

In the non-yarn category, we'll have our great collection of patterns (including a totally NEW set of patterns coming very soon), project bags, stitch markers, Fleegle Beaders, and Silk Scarves.

We're also part of the Knitmore Girls podcast #knitmorebuymore project! Come by the booth and show us your FINISHED Miss Babs project and get a little congratulatory prize. We love to see what you've created with our yarns.

New samples that we're bringing include:

Beckley by Dee O'Keefe, in Stonewashed Kunlun

Always in My Heart by Isabell Kraemer, in Beechwood and Coos Bay Yowza

Short Rose by Casapinka, in Quicksilver and Edge of Reality Yummy 2-Ply

Talulah by Ambah O'Brien, in Quicksilver and Ambah's Great Barrier Reef Gradient Set

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Es ist eine wunderbare Woll und Garn.Jch bin immer ganz weg von der tollen farben
und den farb verlauf. Freudliche Grüße A.J.

Jolanda Astlinger

I totally love your yarns but would love to see photos of crocheted finished products using your yarns. See you in Santa Clara!


Oh! I wish I could go tho Santa Clara!


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