Rosy Green Wool:
 Limited Edition Colors  

Rosy Green Wool's newest release of Limited Edition colors are inspired by the rainforest. Meet (L to R): Fern Forest, Chameleon Green, and Haze. They are absolutely stunning: all 3 are right up my alley (esp. Haze, which is a mostly pale grey with a hint of mint green: swoon). And I can't help but think the 3 of them together would make the most amazing Drachenfels by Melanie Berg:
I'm thrilled to have the limited-edition colors in stock for you on the Cheeky Merino Joy base. Did I sell out before you could snap some up? Drop me an email ( and I'll special order them for you.  Cheeky Merino Joy has a huge library of pattern support if you need inspiration. Check out these patterns published in the last month! 

Top row: Neona by Isabell Kraemer (left) and Pyramide Pullover by Xiaowei HU (right).
Bottom row: Pauliina Hat by The Weststrand Sisters (left)
and Spirit and Soil by Matilda Kruse (right). 

   Only a few days left:
 Knitters Against Malaria 

Knitters Against Malaria is an international initiative with whom we are proud to partner. And, speaking of Rosy Green Wool and Melanie Berg - this is a project they initiated. Malaria is preventable, and treatable, yet continues to be a problem. Every two minutes a child dies of Malaria, most of them in Africa. Mosquitoes are most active at night so sleeping under a bed net treated with insecticides can drastically reduce infections. A net only costs $2-3 and lasts up to four years. We knitters can save lives. Please help us by donating to the Against Malaria Foundation by January 31, 2019.  O-Wool donated $200 (100 nets!). Please join me! 
New Patterns in O-Wool Yarns
Jessica Gore's Common Ground sweater in O-Wash Sport
features texture for days, beautiful proportions, and thoughtful details. Find it, and a handful of other gorgeous designs, in the most recent issue of Making Stories.

The Gabi Tunic, by Sue Peterson, is an over-sized tunic with dropped sleeves. The marled look comes from holding O-Wash Sport with a fingering weight yarn... O-Wash Fingering would pair well! The cowl is knit separately with two different stitch options, a ribbed stitch or brioche stitch.  
This cowl uses cables and a herringbone lace to capture the moment when the nets are hauled in full of fresh fish. Graeme Knowles-Miller's design, Morning Catch Cowl, is part of Knotions, January 2019O-Wool Classic Worsted is warm, have a great color palette, and the perfect stitch definition for a lovely design like this.

That's all for now! Stay warm and have fun crafting.

All the best, 
Jocelyn J. Tunney