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  • February Artisan Crate Reveal
  • Rob Colon
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February Artisan Crate Reveal

The time is here - time to reveal the much-anticipated February Artisan Crate! Artisan is our chance each month to highlight an awesomely talented independent dyer, and this month’s dyer, Toby Roxane Barna, is dually-talented. She not only dyed all the yarn for the month, but designed the two featured patterns as well. Let’s have a look:

Um, isn’t that a GORGEOUS RAINBOW OF OMBRE-NESS? Unfortunately, we aren’t able to send everybody eight skeins (although that would make for a pretty epic box) – instead, we’re using this image to show you that you’ll get one of the blue skeins, a varying colorway called City Night, and one of the lighter skeins, a varying colorway called Warm Glow. That’s right – in this box, every skein is completely unique, so you won’t be getting the same exact thing as any other Knitcrater. Your box is only for you! You get 2 skeins of 100% Superwash merino, sport-weight, with 329 yards per skein.

The patterns in the box are both beautiful shawls that Toby Roxane designed for you. The Partition Street Shawl is a beginner-friendly pattern that features a traditional triangular shape and stripes at the edge:

And the Washington Street Shawl takes advantage of both colorways with a beautiful, undulating lace pattern:

Not only do you get both of these patterns, two gorgeous skeins of one-of-a-kind yarn, but you’ll also receive an extra with this shipment. Each box has two of the prettiest vintage buttons you’ve ever seen to add to your button stash for a later project. These buttons are from The DIY Experiment, one of our favorite drool-worthy sites for buttons.

Thinking of joining us for this month’s amazing Artisan Crate? Pop over and order yours now. Be sure to let us know when your Crate arrives and share your photos and progress pics with us in the Ravelry group, too.

  • Rob Colon
  • artisan crateknitcrateknitcrate artisanour crates