Thank you!!

Thank you so much!

I absolutely cannot believe how much room you guys cleared out of my stash bins!! This has been such a fun de-stash sale, I've loved seeing what yarns people bought together & where in the world they're venturing off to. It's been wonderful sending my little yarn babies off to new homes where I know they'll get the attention they deserve.

My space feels so much cleaner & I can actually see all the yarns that I have projects in mind for. You've all made it so much easier to focus on creating new patterns & access the yarns that I'm most excited about right now. That's how our stash should make us feel, right? Inspired to create, not stifled by past purchases & guilt. If you got some skeins from me, I hope that you love them and that they inspire you to make something wonderful!

I still have a few skeins leftover that I would love to send off so while I won't be doing anymore daily specials, I will leave the remaining de-stash yarns available in the shop until the end of January. So if you're planning on joining the upcoming Knit-a-Long that I'm hosting for the Let's Bake a Pi Shawl series of posts (intro coming Jan 15th!), you can grab a new skein of yarn or 2 for your shawl project.

The free Stash-Berry Pi Shawl Recipe that I'm releasing on January 22, 2020 is perfect for stash-busting & takes about 2.5 skeins of fingering-weight yarn in 3 different colors. Feel free to start picking out your yarns now so that you're ready for cast-on. (The middle color is the one that you'll only need about 1/2 a skein for.) You'll also need US size 7 DPNs, & an assortment of circular needle lengths in a US size 7 as well. I used a 16" & a 40".

For my sample, I used the now discontinued fingering-weight Knitpicks Chroma Twist in (left to right) Red Velvet, Lupine, & Hollyhock:

I hope your year is off to a wonderful start & that you'll join us for the KaL discussion over in the YumiYarns Patreon Community next week. I can't wait to see what everyone creates!

Happy Knitting,

Shaina ^_^


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