Are you ready for sweaters?


Sock Arms Sweater colourwheel

Sweater weather is upon us here in BC and we are here for it. 

We are still putting the finishing touches on this collection, but I couldn't resist sharing a preview of these gorgeous sweaters. Our test knitters paired our worsted self-striping yarn with the
 Sock Arms sweater and the results speak for themselves.

I'll be adding more photos and yarn details to the shop over the next few days, and the yarn will be available next Wednesday! 
Sock Arms Sweater love is love
Jacquie wearing a Worsted Sock Arms sweater with matching Love is Love arms.   
Sock Arms sweater colour wheel
Lottie wearing a Worsted Sock Arms sweater with mis-matched Colourwheel arms.  
The pattern our testers used is actually two patterns - the adult and children's versions of Worsted Sock Arms by designer Tellybean Knits. If you want to get a head start on planning your sweater, take a look at the pattern pages for more details:

Worsted Sock Arms (adult XS - 6XL sizes): Ravelry or Tellybean's Shop
Little Worsted Sock arms (newborn - 12 year sizes): Ravelry or Tellybean's Shop

In Other News

If you are looking for the Monte Carlo yarn or the coordinating Stochastic pattern, now's your chance! Hunter Hammersen has discontinued the pattern (along with most of her older work) but it is available on Ravelry and Payhip right now until Friday. In celebration, we are bringing the yarn out of retirement for a few days too.  The yarn will be in our shop until Friday, November 25. 

Last week on Substack, I wrote about some of the design process for Our Solar System.

A heads up that our prices will be changing in the new year. We haven't reviewed our prices in years (did time even exist in 2022/2021?) so we are overdue for some increases. This is a hard but necessary business decision, and we appreciate your understanding. 
Monte Carlo purple and grey hat
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