6 Month Prepay
January is SOLD OUT. February will go live on 1/31.
Love knitting and crochet? Obsessed with gorgeous yarn? Can’t get enough of knitterly tools and novelty items? Then, this...
Included in each (aqua-colored!) box, are bite-sized portions of artisanal, hand-dyed, or indie mainstay yarns, TWO exclusive patterns for the same type of project - one KNIT & one CROCHET, at least two specialty items that will make your knitting heart swoon, and access to our private Facebook Group which includes tutorials, exclusive interviews and a wonderful stitch-along community!
With this subscription, you’ll get charged for six (6) months of YarnYAY! (+ shipping) at a time and your subscription will renew at $203 every six (6) months thereafter - you can pause or cancel at any time. As our gift to you, please enjoy a digital download of the YarnYAY! Vol. 1 E-book, which includes all 24 patterns featured in the first year’s YarnYAY! Boxes OR Vickie’s own KnitAid E-book - a learn it, fix it, finish it guide for knitters on the go AND, our fun, limited-edition YarnYay! Tote. $43 Value
What's in the January Box
- 1 hank Mad Tosh Farm Twist in exclusive color! Soft and squishy, Farm Twist is dyed by hand in Texas with wool ethically sourced from South Africa. It's comprised of two strands of Tosh Merino Light twisted together. This month's color selection was created exclusively for YarnYAY! and just happens to be in the realm of Pantone's color of 2020. Behold, Blue My Mind!
- 2 Leggy Patterns by Vickie Howell This month we're getting leggy with it. Using a slipped stitch spiral rib pattern, in both the knit and crochet versions, you'll have the option of creating boot toppers, or short or long leg warmers. Note, depending on the craft and length of project, more yarn may be required.
- YarnYAY! Notions Bag This pencil case-sized notions bag is perfect for holding a few sets of dpns, crochet hooks, tapestry needles, and/or smaller scissors. Keep it in your favorite project bag!
- YarnYAY! Wooden Lucet A lucet (aka knitting fork) is a cord-making tool that dates back to the Viking days.