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Malabrigo March 2018!

It’s that time of year again!

For the entire month of March, we will be taking a break from our usual programming to focus on one of our favorite yarn companies: Malabrigo. Fiber artists everywhere, get ready because each week in March will bring discounts on select Malabrigo yarn lines and some brand spankin’ new patterns for knitters, weavers and crocheters. After all, yarns this lovely can’t be tied down to just one craft. Keep an eye out for new colors in your favorite lines (we’ve added quite a few) and get ready for color as we celebrate Malabrigo March!

Sales and promotions change weekly, so be sure to check back here regularly for updates!

On sale this week:

Malabrigo Arroyo + New Tank Pattern

Malabrigo Nube Merino Roving

For easy reference, check out our Malabrigo selection below:

 

Malabrigo Rasta Yarn Malabrigo Rasta Yarn
Caracol Yarn by Malabrigo Caracol Yarn by Malabrigo
Malabrigo Mecha Yarn Malabrigo Mecha Yarn
Malabrigo Merino Worsted Wool Yarn Malabrigo Merino Worsted Wool Yarn
Malabrigo Rios Superwash Wool Yarn Malabrigo Rios Superwash Wool Yarn
Arroyo Yarn by Malabrigo Arroyo Yarn by Malabrigo
Malabrigo Silky Merino Yarn Malabrigo Silky Merino Yarn
Malabrigo Sock Yarn Malabrigo Sock Yarn
Malabrigo Lace Yarn Malabrigo Lace Yarn
Nube by Malabrigo Yarn Nube by Malabrigo Yarn

…and don’t forget the books!

 

Malabrigo Book One  Malabrigo Book One
Malabrigo Book 3  Malabrigo Book 3
Malabrigo Book 4  Malabrigo Book 4
Malabrigo Book 5 - In Soho  Malabrigo Book 5 - In Soho
Malabrigo Book 7 - In Brooklyn, Rasta  Malabrigo Book 7 - In Brooklyn, Rasta
Malabrigo Book 9 - Niños  Malabrigo Book 9 - Niños
Malabrigo Book 10 - Rios  Malabrigo Book 10 - Rios
Malabrigo Book 11 - Aniversario  Malabrigo Book 11 - Aniversario

 

Why we love Malabrigo Yarn

Malabrigo is a great company making great yarn. This Uruguayan company started very small, gradually growing to include a mill in Peru and even their own flock of Merino and Corriedale sheep. Malabrigo strives to be environmentally friendly, using solar power and avoiding harsh chemicals to create yarn you can feel good about wearing. In case you were curious, their wool comes from Uruguay, their alpaca from Peru, and their silk from Italy. All of their yarns are spun and dyed in either Uruguay or Peru. To learn more about Malabrigo, visit their website here.

And if you still can’t get enough, join the Malabrigo Junkies group on Ravelry!

 

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