We’ve haven’t been carrying Ewe Ewe Wooly Worsted for much more than a year, but already it feels like a staple at the shop. This worsted weight, machine-washable merino is good for so many things, and it’s one of the softest and well-behaved yarns of its kind that we’ve found. In fact, Clara Parkes called it “the Charmin of yarns” in her Knitter’s Review.
This fall, like last fall, Ewe Ewe has introduced new colors, rounding out their palette with a true black, a pale gray, pastel hues, and a vivid orange and blue.
As a designer and the owner of Ewe Ewe Yarns, Heather Walpole is always coming up with new ways for knitters and crocheters to use Wooly Worsted, so it’s no surprise that we also have a handful of new Ewe Ewe patterns to share. Its softness and easy-care make Wooly Worsted perfect for baby things and accessories for all ages, or any kind of garment that will get a lot of wear.
I started crocheting a sample Wearever Wrap for the shop when the new Ewe Ewe colors and patterns arrived; a few afternoons later, it’s done, and ready for blocking and tassels. Crochet is speedy, indeed. Here’s a peek.
Look for these and other patterns in the Ewe Ewe binder, and come by to see the latest shades of Ewe Ewe Wooly Worsted!