Cuddle up in a cloud!

Pink Sky Dreams baby blanket is the newest pattern on our line. Designed by my mother-in-law Pauline Walpole, this blanket is heirloom-level gorgeous! Our Ewe So Sporty yarn gives beautiful stitch definition to the lacy feather and fan panels. The blanket features a variety of knitting stitches to keep you knitting on this beautiful blanket.

Plus, Ewe So Sporty yarn is easy to care for because it's washable and dryable! Any new mom would love to wrap her baby in this merino cloud. A real slice of heaven!

Shop the pattern here and the yarn here.

Hidden Pocket Pillow pattern by Brenda Castiel

I am in love with this pillow in our Wooly Worsted yarn! Our friend, Brenda Castiel designed this knitted pillow to hide your favorite little goodies right in the chair with you. The Hidden Pocket Pillow has a clean, modern design that will fit every dΓ©cor. 

Made with an easy textured stitch – just knits and purls – that creates crisp squares with a knot in each center, this pillow features a pocket, where you can keep your TV remote, emergency chocolate(!!), or anything else you want to keep handy. 

I think it would make a great gift, too. Christmas is coming! The pattern uses 5 balls of Wooly Worsted. This is shown in Brushed Silver but I think I'd like it in just about any color because the stitch pattern is so fun.

Let's talk yarn with YarnTalk!

What's more fun to a knitter than talking about yarn? Not much!

My good friend Leah Coccari-Swift (designer of the fabulous Double Deco shawl and many other Ewe Ewe patterns) has started a great YouTube show with two other knitting designers, Allyson and Heidi

Here in episode five they talk about brioche knitting and show off Ewe Ewe's new Wander Which Way brioche scarf designed by Meaghan Schmaltz. Check out this episode and then subscribe to the YarnTalk YouTube channel watch the first four episodes and keep up to date with the new ones!

Wasn't that fun?! I really like the show and I love the knitting inspiration that each episode packs. Good job yarniacs!