30 colors of O-Wash Sport!  OWash Sport
O-Wash Sport now comes *30 colors*! All gorgeous colors in my humble opinion... It has a new and improved twist and a hair more yardage. Here's the whole palette together, all 30 colors, just like the fingering weight.

O-Wash Sport Palette    
Sport weight is becoming more and more popular recently - thick enough to go faster than fingering weight, but still thin enough to create great layering pieces. This yarn is an easy-care dream, making it a great choice for baby knits, socks, and just about anything else that may need to be cleaned frequently! There's a nice assortment of projects on Ravelry in O-Wash Sport already and I can't wait to see what new projects await!  

"Old Twist" Sale! 
OWash Sale Yarns
Now that the new O-Wash Sport is here, I'm ready to move out the "old twist" yarn and you can snap it up! The twist is slightly different from the new stock, so the yardage is slightly less. This is your chance to get O-Wash Fingering in PawPaw, O-Wash Sport in Cuckoo Flower or Boreal Bluet at 50% off! Make sure to follow me on Instagram - I always announce specials on there first!

Thumbs Up on a Super Cool Gusset & Free Pattern! 

Classic Mittens

Who's got two thumbs and a new free pattern that features a super cool thumb gusset? This girl! You can download the Basic Classic Worsted Mittens pattern here and you'll need two skeins of your favorite color of O-Wool Classic Worsted. The sample shown here is in the Brook Trout colorway.  

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O-Wool Projects on Instagram        
Some of my favorite instagrammers and designers are using O-Wool! It is so exciting to see these patterns progress. While they are still pending right now, you know I'll announce when they are released!  From left to right: BMandarines shawl in O-Wool Local, Dreareneeknits' project in Classic Worsted, and O-Wash Fingering in A_Homespun_House's shawl.

New Patterns  

Unfold in O-Wool
Unfold is included in Spring 2016 Pom Pom Quarterly. This crochet cowl is striking without being fussy and the fabric created with O-Wash Fingering is just devine. Shown here in Cattail.

Split Cowl  
 The Split Cowl by my fellow Philadelphia Tanya Seaman turns the traditional double cowl on its head! Worked in O-Wool Classic Worsted, it offers cozy warmth and a sophisticated, layered look with stripes running in different directions. Shown here in Alumroot and Pearly Mussel.

Intern Scarf in O-Wool
Intern is a cozy cabled scarf perfect for a crisp winter day or to keep those cool spring breezes at bay. It features 3 different cables that run the length of the scarf. The scarf is knit in O-Wool Balance yarn, shown here in Jade.

Thanks again, friends!

All the best,
Jocelyn J. Tunney