Indie Untangled Where We Knit Yarn Club - 2022
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The seventh year of the Indie Untangled Where We Knit yarn club brings together four new indie dyer and designer teams from around the world. Each pair will create a colorway and an accompanying accessory pattern, drawing inspiration from various places where they whip out their works in progress.
The club will start in February 2022. Every three months, you will receive one to two skeins of hand-dyed yarn in an exclusive colorway, a PDF pattern that will be exclusive for six months and a special gift based on the theme of each installment. After each installment ships out, you'll be invited to participate in an interactive Zoom interview with each team, learning more about their collaboration.
Here are the teams for 2022 (each of their inspiration photos are shown in the image collage here, clockwise starting from the top left):
Plies & Hellhounds and Milly's Knit Designs
Cafes, Boutiques and Travel: Gabby hails from Connecticut and Crystal is based in Minnesota and both share a love of travel. Wherever in the world their passports take them, their love of making and fiber follows. Dreaming of all the next places on their list, their inspiration comes from a photo Gabby captured on holiday with her husband in Paris. They hope to transport you to your next dream destination.
Émilia & Philomène and Marion Em Knits
Sandy Knits: Amélie (Emilia & Philomene) and Marion are from two different parts of the world but are both used to knit close to the water. As soon as the spring begins, you can find grains of sand in the bottom of their projects bags. This picture was taken on a beach in the North of France, where hiding behind those colorful cabins is necessary to avoid the chilly wind of May.
Neighborhood Fiber Co. and Julie At Work
Warm Energy: Karida and Julie take inspiration from their respective homes in Baltimore and Brooklyn. Food For The Bees, a painting by Baltimore artist Megan Lewis, hangs in Karida's home and reflects the warm energy they hope to share with knitters near and far.
Kokon Yarn and Eri Shimizu
East Meets West: The color blue is special in both the Netherlands and in Japan, where Michelle of Kokon Yarn and designer Eri are based. In their collaboration, East blends with West to celebrate this calming color.
Sign-ups will run through Dec. 31, 2021. You can choose a one-time payment by purchasing this listing and receive a discount, or click here to pay in quarterly installments (if you choose this method, you can manage your subscription via your PayPal account).
If you're purchasing the club as a gift, make sure to fill in the shipping address of the recipient at checkout and add their email address to the Notes section. You can also use this section to add a personal gift message that will be emailed to your recipient on the date of your choosing.
If you include your Ravelry ID, the designers will automatically add a copy of their pattern to your Ravelry library.