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BT Yarns Cross the Pond

Our home-grown yarns have made their first big trip across the ocean! We are so excited to announce our very first international stockist – Loop UK in London is now carrying the full palette of both Shelter and Loft. (We've also shipped plenty of printed patterns, so you'll have something to knit with them.) For knitters in the London area, feel free to stop by the lovely Islington shop to see and pet our wools in person.

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Spring Thaw

Pardon our silence... we've been busy this Winter! Our design studio has been a flurry of activity in recent months and we are happy to finally bring you some proof of that this morning! Today we're happy to introduce Spring Thaw: a collection of 17 designs for knitting from Winter to Spring. When the three of us first started knocking around ideas for this group of patterns, colorwork was a unanimous source of inspiration for all. This was also our first chance to create a collection while having access to the full BT yarn palette from day one. Our initial run...

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Wool People 2

We're starting the new year off with a very special announcement: the second installment in our Wool People series is all polished up and ready to take flight from the BT Nest! We were humbled by the response to our first issue's release in August, and have had a blast putting together a sequel to that collection. The new issue features work from 14 diverse talents from our industry – all of whom have been an honor to collaborate with. As with our first volume, we shot for a balance of project types and skill levels in hopes of curating...

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LOFT

November 1st has been marked with a giant red circle on our calendar at BT HQ for what seems like an eternity – we've just been dying for this day to finally come! Why? Because today we get to introduce you to our little darling: LOFT. She is the newest member of our US-grown yarn family, and we simply love her. From the very first time I laid my hands on Shelter, in early 2009 – months before its public debut – I couldn't stop thinking about how perfect it would be to create a companion yarn in fingering weight....

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