March Featured Yarn – Blue Sky Fibers Woolstok


Woolstok from Blue Sky Fibers gives you the appearance of a trendy tweed yarn with the sheepy feel of 100% Fine Highland Wool. This plied DK weight comes in a variety of simple neutrals and subtle pops which make it great for fun hats or sweaters. You will love working with Woolstok and creating warm durable garments & accessories for the whole family!


Conversationlist by Plucky Knitter Design is just that – a conversation starter. For the body of this hat, you can choose to use the brighter colors like Spun Gold and Pressed Grapes or go neutral with Storm Cloud and Cast Iron. Then comes the real decision, what will you do with the over-sized pom pom? We think it would be fun to add a contrasting color to the neutral hat like Rusted Roof. It’s all up to you – try different color combinations with our Color Picker to see what works best for you. And, heck, Conversationlist knits up so quickly, make a few to give as gifts!


Andrea Mowry has taken the knitting world by storm with her Find Your Fade shawl so here is another one of her amazing patterns. Om Shawl is a cozy knit that can be worn in so many different ways. The strategically placed buttons allow it to be worn as a wrap, bandanna scarf, slouchy jacket, or even a poncho! Blue Sky Fibers colors lend perfectly to this versatile accessory.

20-striped-cowl-by-courtney-cedarholm#20 Striped Cowl by Courtney Cedarholm is a great unisex pattern that can be knit up for that hunk or honey in your life. This pattern was written for Woolstok as a tri-colored cowl using Storm Cloud, October Sky, and Midnight Sea but feel free to kick it up a notch with as many colors as you’d like! You know we would love to see a rainbow version of this – everything is better with a little Roy G Biv!

This cowl is knit as a flat rectangle and then sewn together at the cast-on and bind-off edges. Quick and easy ribbing will make this knit fly by but still create an eye-catching accessory.


migration-by-stacey-gerbmanLastly, we chose this stunner of a cardigan, Migration by Stacey Gerbman. We can’t say enough about how much we adore this pattern so we will leave it up to the designer. “Gull stitch cables, welts, and ladders stamp this handsome unisex cardigan with bold textures. Set-in sleeves and strong vertical lines make for a flattering fit despite the over-sized styling.”

The body of this cardigan is knit flat, as well as the sleeves, and are sewn in before picking up the stitches for your button bands and double rib collar. Once you finish Migration, you will have the best time picking out buttons and showing this bad boy off around town or at your local Knit Night!

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