Hi, Lovely Knitters,
A lot has changed in the Lair lately, and we’ve been so busy dyeing yarn, we haven’t gotten a chance to tell you about it!
Beloved LYS The Sow’s Ear introduced us to their yarn rep Kim at TNNA this year, and she decided to carry our line! That means that, as she travels all around the Midwest, she tells LYs’s about Knitcircus Yarns and they place wholesale orders through her. So now you can not only find our yarns online, but can pet the gradients and get pattern advice in person from LYS’s!
You Can See Our Yarns At These Shops Now:
The Sow’s Ear, Verona, WI
The Sow’s Ear hosted an amazing event to celebrate bringing in the yarn line, and it was so wonderful to see so many knitters come and support us and the Ear. They only have 2 sock sets left! But you can always go in and tell them that you’d like a certain color and they’ll add it to their next order.
Trillium Yarn and Fibers, Morristown, NJ
Trillium is designer Kirsten Kapur’s LYS, and the wonderful Beverly was actually the first to place an order with us at TNNA. Her first order flew out the door, but look for more gradients in the next week or so.
Sifu Design Studios and Fine Yarns, Chicago, IL
For their Yarn Crawl next week, Sifu will be unveiling a trunk show including the lots of colors of the Corrina Shawl, a store-exclusive matching Socks colorway for the Mermaid Sock pattern and the newly-released Cable and Fan shawl pattern.
Look for Knitcircus Yarns at these yarn stores starting in August and September:
Silver Creek Cabin, Buffalo, MN
Kirkwood Knittery, St. Louis, MO
Hank and Purls Creative Nook and Knittery, Rochester, MN
The Yarn Basket, Carroll, IA
Blue Heron, Decorah, IA
Knitche, Downers Grove, IL
Twisted Loop, Prior Lake, MN
Prairie Hand Knits, North Platte, NE
Imagiknit, Hastings, NE
Prairie Yarns, Fargo, ND
Athena Fibers, Sioux Falls, SD
Bodin’s, Bayfield, WI
Fiddlehead Yarns, Kenosha, WI
Kim is giving us just about all of the yarn stores we can handle, but if you have a beloved East or West Coast yarn shop interested in Knitcircus, let us know and we may be able to make something happen. 🙂