First February shop update now live!

February 05, 2016

I’ve just uploaded this week’s shop update and have got some old favourites, new favourites and new hue Copper in lighter fingering weight Islington – Bluefaced Leicester/Silk.

I’ve also restocked some favourites this week, clockwise from top left below:
BEYUL fingering – baby Yak / silk/ ethical merino – Shrub
WESTMINSTER fingering – baby Camel / silk – Rhubarb
WESTMINSTER fingering – baby Camel / silk – Gold Rush
ISLINGTON DK – Bluefaced Leicester / silk – Old Smoke

BEYUL - Shrub   WESTMINSTER- Rhubarb
ISLINGTON DK - Old Smoke   WESTMINSTER - Gold Rush
All are now in shop for your knitting pleasure!





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