Mar
03

YarnYAY! March Goodies

YarnYAY! March Subscription Club by Vickie Howell
Subscribe to YarnYAY!

It’s that time of the month when I get to reveal the goodies I’ve hand-picked for YarnYAY! subscribers. In YarnYAY! March, we’re springing into warmer weather with an organic cotton yarn and treating ourselves to some lovely products from companies founded and ran by a few fantastic women. Here’s what to expect in this month’s YarnYAY! packages!

The YarnYAY! March Box includes:

​Printed Organic Cotton | Blue Sky FIbers

Blue Sky Fibers Printed Organic Cotton Worsted is a 100% certified organic cotton yarn with a cool, textured color design. The effect is created using a blend of an ink press and the artisan hand; this unique printing process creates a one of a kind hank. Subscribers will receive one hank in one of the line’s printed colors.

BSF is a woman-owned, U.S.-based company founded by Linda Niemeyer.

Spa Worthy Washcloths Patterns | by Vickie Howell

This month we’re offering you SIX different Spa Worthy Washcloth patterns, giving stitchers the choice between knit and crochet, lacy or textural, simple or more complex projects. Pair a washcloth set with a bar of organic soap, and you’ve got a beautiful gift for host, mom, teacher, or yourself! ​

YarnYAY! March Spa-Worthy Washcloths by Vickie Howell

Spa-Worthy Washcloths (3 knit patterns)

 

Spa-Worthy Washcloths (3 crochet patterns)

Oh Snap Bag + mini Dot Journal | Namaste

This mesh bag lets you see your project, and keep yarn snapped securely while stitching on-the-go. The mini-dot journal is great for quickie notes, chart ideas, and other knit-worthy doodles. 

Namaste is a family-founded company now owned by Laura Zander, Products are designed in Nevada and consciously produced in China.

YarnYAY! March by Vickie Howell

 

 

Anywhere Balm | Love + Leche

This little balm is the perfect size to keep in your notions bags as a remedy to those yarn-snagging, dry cuticles and chapped hands!

Love + Leche is a woman-owned, New Mexico-based business founded by Daven Lee.


Subscribe to YarnYAY!

 

Leave a Reply

  • (will not be published)

XHTML: You can use these tags: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <s> <strike> <strong>