It’s okay to feel a little green

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After all, there are quite a few shades of it to choose from!

A lot of our survey respondents mentioned a desire for more and more and more greeeeeeeen. We’ve got something up our sleeves to satisfy you, so not to worry, but while you wait for the big reveal later this year, here’s what we have for greens in our current line-up:

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Mock Turtle

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Little Crocodile

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Cabbages and Kings

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Tum Tum Tree

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Curiouser

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We’re All Mad Here

…and we are…for green! Are you working on any green projects? Share them with us on Ravelry or Facebook. We love to see what’s on your needles!

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We have the blues…

Did we mention how much we appreciate all the great feedback on our survey?

There are some fantastic suggestions that we will no doubt incorporate into our 2015 line-up. Blues, though: darlings, we have you covered! If you haven’t seen any of these colorways at your LYS, request that they help you get your blues on with some our offerings on the cooler end of the spectrum:

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Looking Glass is our iciest hue of blue;

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Seaography a bright pop;

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Wool & Water is our truest blue;

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Muchness, the richest and most popular, with undertones of purple;

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Sleeping Gryphon is steely;

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and Caterpillar is a luscious teal.

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Shillings and Pence comes in a Down the Rabbit Hole gradient pack,

and also a 4-oz. skein of grey-blue:

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Personally, I’ve got my eyes on Seaography for a Color Craving shawl, paired with Too Much Pepper and We’re All Mad Here. Not familiar with the latter? Stay tuned because tomorrow we’ll explore the greens!

And the prize goes to…

Beth! In NH!

Congratulations, Beth! An email is on its way to your inbox!

We’d like to extend a huge THANK YOU to everyone who took the time to participate in our survey. It yielded some truly valuable information to sift through as we plan new items for our product line-up, and we think you’re going to be very pleased with the fruits of this idea harvest!

We’re going to be pretty tight-lipped about final decisions until the big reveal at TNNA this year, but in the meantime, stay tuned for a series of blog posts that will familiarize you with some of the products you didn’t know we have!

Win a pile of Frabjous/Wonderland goodies!

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Okay, so first: the pattern I was working on. We have a fresh, free downloadable pattern available just about every month at Frabjous Fibers, so I decided it was okay to hold off on sharing the legwarmer recipe here for now. We want to test knit with our bulky TweedleDeeDum merino, and make the pattern available in one of our upcoming ebook pattern collections. So, there’s that. Did you know we have a group on Ravelry? It’s just getting started, and we’ll soon do a knit-along. Let us know if you have any ideas for that, and in the meantime, head on over and post some FOs. We’ll feature some of them right here on the blog!

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If you haven’t been around our Facebook page, you may not be aware that we are conducting a SURVEY! We want you, our dear friends in fiber, to provide some input on new products for 2015. Yes, we do! In exchange for taking the time to answer a few questions, you can enter your name in a drawing to win a $100 prize bundle of yarn or fiber from Frabjous Fibers/Wonderland Yarns!

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I’m finally really, truly getting started on my Enchanted Mesa pullover. Really! Truly! So, I’ve posted it up on the Works in Progress thread in our Rav group. Our lovely Melody has begun the $5 in Paris pullover, and we both have Too Much Pepper as our main color, with mini-packs for the stripes. Hold us accountable! She gave herself a Valentine’s Day deadline and has a head-start, but I’m going to try and match her. Tall order, but I like deadlines.

We’ll post our Survey results right here on the blog! Run on over, and share your thoughts!

Happy knitting!