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April 2018

Newly-published books

Something New To Learn About Cables
Easy to Follow Tutorials and Beautiful Patterns

By Arnall-Culliford Knitwear
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Knit Like a Latvian
50 Knitting Patterns for a Fresh Take on Traditional Latvian Mittens

By Ieva Ozolina
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The Curse of the Boyfriend Sweater
Essays on Crafting

By Alanna Okun
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The Shawl Project Book 4
By Joanne Scrace and Kat Goldin
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Daughter of a Shepherd Volume 1
Beginnings

By Rachel Atkinson
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Medieval-Inspired Knits
20 Projects Featuring the Motifs, Colors, and Shapes of the Middle Ages

By Anna-Karin Lundberg
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60 Quick Knits for Beginners
Easy Projects for New Knitters in 220 Superwash® from Cascade Yarns®

By Sixth&Spring Books (Editor)
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Faroe Island Knits
Over 50 Traditional Motifs and 25 Projects from the North Atlantic

By Svanhild Strom, Marjun Biskopsto
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Mini Knitted Farmyard
By Sachiyo Ishii
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Complete Crochet Course
The Ultimate Reference Guide

By Shannon Mullett-Bowlsby, Jason Mullett-Bowlsby
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Crochet Loom Blooms
30 Fabulous Crochet Flowers & Projects

By Haafner Linssen
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Inspired Shawls
15 Creative Patterns for Year-Round Knitting

By Laura Zukaite
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Rainbow Knits
20 colorful knitting patterns in stripes, ombré shades, and variegated yarns

By Nicki Trench
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Knitting with Beads Made Easy
Simple Techniques, Handy Shortcuts, and 60 Fabulous Projects

By Liv Asplund, Jane Asprusten
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Knitted Baskets
42 Hip, Happy, and Handmade Projects to Keep Your World Organized

By Nola Heidbreder, Linda Pietz
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Summertime Crochet
30 Tops, Bags, Wraps, Hats & More for Sunny Days & Balmy Nights

By Helgrid Van Impelen, Verena Woehlk Appel
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Cuddly Amigurumi Toys
15 New Crochet Projects by Lilleliis

By Mari-Liis Lille
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New and discontinued yarns

New yarn from a new brand: Kelbourne Woolens Andorra

New yarn from a new brand: Kelbourne Woolens Andorra. Image © Kelbourne Woolens.

New

Adriafil
Diletta – DK – 47% Acrylic, 47% Wool, 6% Nylon – Chained – Semi-solid colors
Graziosa – Worsted – 50% Cotton, 50% Viscose – Crepe – Solid colors
Istante – Heavy Worsted – 44% Wool, 35% Nylon, 10% Linen, 9% Cotton, 2% Silk – Fuzzy – Tweed colors
Magnete – DK – 46% Wool, 35% Nylon, 18% Acrylic, 1% Elastic – Bouclé – Heathered colors

Anzula
Katara – Worsted – 50% Merino Superwash Wool, 50% Yak – Plied – Solid colors, Tonal colors, Multicolored
Lucero – DK – 80% Merino Superwash Wool, 10% Cashmere, 10% Metallic – Plied – Solid colors, Tonal colors, Multicolored

Bergère de France
Berlingo – DK – 71% Cotton, 24% Polyester, 5% Metallic – Loosely plied – Marled colors
Ruban – Super Bulky – 42% Polyester, 29% Acrylic, 29% Superwash Wool – Ribbon – Semi-solid colors

GGH
ElbSox – Fingering – 75% Superwash Wool, 25% Nylon – Plied – Solid colors, Multicolored
ElbSox Merino – Fingering – 75% Merino Superwash Wool, 25% Nylon – Plied – Solid colors

James C. Brett
Innocence DK – DK – 50% Acrylic, 50% Bamboo Viscose – S on S plied – Solid colors
Landscape DK – DK – 85% Acrylic, 15% Superwash Wool – Single ply – Self-striping (gradient marls)
Tranquil Chunky – Bulky – 80% Acrylic, 20% Superwash Wool – 2 plies – Marled

Kelbourne Woolens
Andorra – Sport – 60% Merino Wool, 20% Mohair, 20% Peruvian Highland Wool – Plied with a soft haze – Solid colors
Scout – DK – 100% Wool – 2 plies – Heathered colors

Knit Picks
Alux – Fingering – 66% Baby Alpaca, 34% Metallic – Plied – Solid colors with metallic thread
Momo Merino – Jumbo – 100% Merino Superwash Wool – Knitted tube – Solid colors

Knitting Fever
Painted Cotton – DK – 100% Cotton – 2 plies – Self-striping

La Bien Aimée
Merino Sport – Sport – 100% Merino Superwash Wool – Tightly plied – Multicolored, Speckles, Dappled

Lana Grossa
Brigitte No. 2 – Heavy Worsted – 47% Baby Alpaca, 45% Cotton, 8% Merino Wool – Fiber-filled net – Semi-solid colors
Cool Cotton – Aran – 93% Cotton, 7% Polyester – S on S plied – Solid colors
Ecopuno – Sport – 75% Cotton, 15% Merino Wool, 10% Alpaca – Plied with a soft haze – Semi-solid colors
Merino Uno – Worsted – 100% Merino Superwash Wool – Plied – Solid colors, Heathers
Ombra – DK – 75% Cotton, 25% Polyester – Fiber core wrapped – Semi-solid colors
Prima – Sport – 100% Mercerized Cotton – Crepe – Solid colors
Shades of Cotton – Fingering – 100% Cotton – Loosely plied – Self-striping (long gradient)
Shades of Cotton Linen – Sport – 70% Cotton, 30% Linen Viscose – Loosely plied – Self-striping (long gradient)

Loops & Threads
Joy DK – DK – 100% Acrylic – Plied – Solid colors, Self-striping

Mango Moon
Capra, Too – Lace – 75% Kid Mohair, 25% Silk – Brushed bouclé – Solid colors

Peter Pan
Baby Cotton DK – DK – 50% Cotton, 50% Polyester – Plied – Solid colors

Phentex
Sport – DK – 100% Acrylic – Plied

Phildar
Phil Baby Camel – DK – 80% Merino Wool, 20% Camel – S on S plied – Solid colors
Phil Cage – Bulky – 66% Viscose, 34% Polyester – Knitted tube – Semi-solid colors
Phil Degradé – Worsted – 100% Cotton – S on S plied – Gradient
Phil Eclat – DK – 64% Cotton, 36% Nylon – Knitted tube – Semi-solid colors
Phil Spray – Heavy Worsted – 100% Cotton – Tape – Dappled colors

Premier Yarns
DK Colors – DK – 100% Acrylic – Plied – Self-striping (long)

Sirdar
Summer Linen DK – DK – 90% Tencel / Lyocell, 10% Linen Viscose – S on S plied – Solid colors

Sprightly Yarns
Cotton Worsted – Heavy Worsted – 100% Cotton – Plied – Solid colors

Stacy Charles Fine Yarns
S Line BioLino – DK – 78% Organic Cotton, 22% Linen – S on S plied – Solid colors

Stylecraft
Linen Drape – DK – 70% Viscose, 30% Linen – Plied – Solid colors, Heathers

Tahki Stacy Charles
Tandem – Aran – 28% Cotton, 28% Nylon, 28% Viscose, 16% Acrylic – Chained – Multicolored

The Plucky Knitter
Phoebe – Fingering – 100% Cashmere – Plied with a soft haze – Solid colors, Tonal colors, Multicolored, Gradient sets
Solo – Fingering – 80% Merino Wool, 20% Silk – Plied – Solid colors, Tonal colors, Multicolored, Gradient sets

The Wool Company
Utiku Perendale Double Knitting Yarn (8-ply) – DK – 100% Wool – Plied

Unique Yarns Co
The Mineral Series – Fingering – 100% Merino Wool – Plied – Semi-solid colors

Wendy
Attitude Mega Chunky – Super Bulky – 89% Acrylic, 11% Nylon – Chained – Multicolored

West Yorkshire Spinners
Bo Peep Luxury Baby 4-ply – Fingering – 52% Falklands Superwash Wool, 48% Nylon – Plied – Solid colors

Wool and the Gang
Ra-Ra Raffia – Heavy Worsted – 100% Viscose – Raffia – Solid colors

Yarn and Colors
Super Charming – Bulky – 66% Cotton, 34% Acrylic – Plied with a soft haze – Semi-solid colors

Discontinued

Austermann
Crunchy – Super Bulky – 42% Wool, 29% Acrylic, 23% Nylon, 6% Mohair – Thick and thin – Multicolored

Fleece Artist
Tosca – Super Bulky – 96% Merino Wool, 4% Nylon – Single wrapped with thread – Solid colors, Semi-solids, Multicolored

Katia
Just Degradé – DK – 100% Cotton – Tape – Gradient

Mary Maxim
Northland Yarns Chunky – Bulky – 75% Acrylic, 25% Superwash Wool – Plied – Solid colors, Marls

Noro
Transitions – Super Bulky – 51% Wool, 21% Mohair, 14% Silk, 7% Camel, 7% Cashmere – Single ply – Multicolored

Plymouth Yarn
Johanne – DK – 40% Wool, 30% Acrylic, 30% Mohair – Single ply – Multicolored
Sakkie – Light Fingering – 40% Merino Superwash Wool, 40% Mohair, 20% Nylon – Plied – Multicolored

Wendy
Merino Chunky – Bulky – 100% Merino Superwash Wool – Plied


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Until next month,

Wendy


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