Feature Friday:: Baah! Yarn

We’re rolling in the love that is Baah! Yarn Sonoma, a rich, luminous merino DK weight yarn.  Hand-dyed in California, this is a yarn to rival other big-name yarns.

Mira Cole is the genius dyer behind these rich, painterly colors.  Baah! is a delightful new addition to the indie dyer scene, and Stash is proud to be an early distributor!  You can look forward to more colors and the La Jolla fingering weight yarn in the shop soon.

Here at Stash we are in love with the Burmese Ruby color way, a dead ringer for our signature color red.   Mira was generous enough to send along a beautiful sample of the Cocoon Me Cowl by Rose Beck, also in Burmese Ruby.  Coincidentally I had recently added this pattern to my Ravelry queue!  I’ve been wearing it around the shop today, test driving the finished project, and really enjoy its warmth and rich multi-tonal color.  Now to decide which color to knit it up in…

Also new at Stash are the recently released Addi Click Lace-Long Tips.

Meet the latest addition to the addi Click family! Longer Lace Tips have the same sharp point as the regular Lace needles, but are just over 5 inches in length, which some knitters prefer. Each kit includes US sizes 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, and 11, along with 3 pliable blue addi-Lifeline Cords which create 24″, 32″, and 40″ needles, and 1 Click connector. Plus they come in that snazzy pink case, which is reason enough to make the investment!

Happy knitting, all!  I hope you have something sweet planned for the upcoming weekend.


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