Quarry, in Moonstone

Last week, there was much excitement in the knitting world, as Brooklyn Tweed released a new yarn, Quarry. This is their third yarn, joining Shelter and Loft. BT is a company I feel good about supporting, because (as they say on their site) they “develop and manufacture yarns that support domestic textile production—designing, sourcing, dyeing and spinning our yarns within the USA.” (use that link to read more about BT). Also because they make fabulous yarns, supported by classic, yet fresh designs!


I’ve followed BT’s founder, Jared Flood, since he began his blog in 2005. Not long after, I was in what I believe was the first class he ever taught, at a weekend of classes put on by Mosaic Yarn Shop, in Blacksburg, VA.

Of course, I ordered some Quarry within hours of its release, from one of my favorite online shops, Churchmouse Yarns & Tea. Six skeins in Moonstone, destined to be (in a KAL with Denise, AKA Executive Knitter) a sweater for my first trip to Rhinebeck!

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