Blue Stone Bridge Cowl Pattern & Kits
Blue Stone Bridge Cowl  
I'm so excited to kick off 2016 with a new pattern, the Blue Stone Bridge Cowl! And it's available for FREE! This is a super easy, quick knit in Chunky Merino. Choose your five favorite colors, or go with one of the kits I've put together! One kit will get you a few cowls. This is a new yarn for O-Wool and it's currently my favorite... it is SO SQUISHY. 

Livezey House Wrap Kits
Livezey House Wrap

I've updated the recent O-Wool favorite, Livezey House Wrap, to bring you seamless construction (super easy) and new color combos! The pattern is still free. If you haven't knit this yet, find out why there's 134 projects on Ravelry. There are also six color packs, each with four colors of Local, ready for you to order as a kit. Of course you can always put together your own combination! 
30-50% off on Select Yarns   
O-Wash Chunky in PawPaw
Legacy DK
Legacy DK
Now is a great time to enhance your stash with these wonderful, vibrant yarns. O-Wool Chunky in the Paw Paw colorway, above left, is 50% off (was $15.99, now $8.00). Bee Balm, center, and Dandelion, above right, in Legacy DK are also available to you at 30% off (was $7.35, now $5.15).

O-Wash Fingering Minis  - now available solo! 
O-Wash Fingering Mini Skeins
Previously only available in color packs of 30, now you can get these little guys solo! They are perfect for colorwork or other small projects. The O-Wash Fingering Minis are 25g / 100 yd skeins for $5.99 each.

Comfy Pocket Caardigan

Kristen TenDyke has a new design knit in O-Wool Classic Worsted in the February 2016 issue of  I Love Knitting. The Comfy Pocket Cardigan is easy to customize, fun to wear, and has pockets!

Suburban Station Hat _ Mittens
Natalie Servant designed this great hat and mitten set with a repeating motif from an art deco train station in my hometown of Philadelphia! The Suburban Station Hat and Suburban Station Mittens each use O-Wash Fingering in the Black Bear and Paw Paw colorways. I love this motif!
 Alright folks, enough talk - let's get knitting!
All the best,
Jocelyn J. Tunney