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Hello, Knitting and Crocheting Friends,

The 2021 MadTown Yarn Shop Hop is only a few weeks away and we can't wait! Even though it doesn't start until the 8th of October, we're so impatient for the festivities to begin that we decided to get a head start on the fun.

Every year we create a special colorway for the Shop Hop and this year is no different. A brand new Modernist colorway called Have Yarn, Will Travel will be making its debut in the store on the first day of the event, but we're opening up a week-long pre-order so you can be sure to get this never-before-seen yarn on your favorite Knitcircus base. This pre-order ends September 23rd at 11:59 pm CDT and is NOT limited to Shop Hop participants. That means anyone can order it! And if you are indeed stopping at Knitcircus while on the Hop you can take your yarn home with you and we will refund your shipping; any pre-orders not picked up will be shipped out the following week. 

The inspiration photo below gives you an idea of what colors are included in the yarn, but we won't be revealing the colorway until the weekend of the Shop Hop!

Preorder one of these Modernist cakes or find yourself a matching Modernist socks set.
Links highlighted in pink will take you to Ravelry, all other links will take you to non-Ravelry websites. 
NEW: Ice and Fire gradient
An epic tale of lords and ladies, distant lands, and the struggle for power is all wrapped up in Ice and Fire gradient. This Game of Thrones themed colorway combines the bright blues of the far north with the smoldering reds of the warm southern lands. Use this dramatic gradient to knit a Swivel Cowl with 100g of Divine DK, enjoy working on a Reversa shawl with 100g of Opulence, or a Blufftop hat with 100g of Ringmaster. Use 100g of Greatest of Ease or 100g of Trampoline to crochet the Copper Beech shawl or make a Alkira Cowl with 100g of Opulence. Grab a medium or large matching socks set and make a pair of Stargazer socks, Whispers in the Wind socks, or the Navigate Socks
NEW: Winging It speckle
Some of the best things come when we just let go and wing it! This gorgeous neutral colorway was originally dyed as part of our Paws and Claws club inspired by the majestic barn owl. Knit the Flying North socks with 100g of Greatest of Ease, make a Crystal Twist shawl with 100g of Opulence, or cast on a Mealach cowl with 100g of Breathtaking BFL. Crochet an Untamed Beanie with 100g of Divine DK, a Wading In shawl with 100g of Trampoline, or a Kaitlyn cowl with 100g of Spectacular. Use 100g of Daring DK to knit a Crevasse Hat or 100g of Ringmaster to make a Gifty Cowl
NEW: Murmur of Bees cowl
Two of our favorite colorways have come together to create this Murmur of Bees cowl! Designed with our best-selling Flight of the Bumblebee speckle, this accessory uses purl stitches against a stockinette stitch background to really make the "bees" pop. The honeycomb stitch featured in the bottom half of the cowl makes this a sweet celebration of the humble bumblebee. The Murmur of Bees cowl is knit with 100g of Wisconsin Desert semi-solid and 50g of Flight of the Bumblebee speckle in our Ringmaster worsted weight base. 
Featured: 3 Color Cashmere Cowl
A sampler of stitches and color, the 3 Color Cashmere Cowl by Joji Locatelli is our accessory of choice this fall. Knit in the luxurious Opulence fingering weight base, this piece is shown knit in Blue Agave, Fly Me to the Moon, and Ice Age Trail. You can also make one in Rhymes with Orange, The Sensible Ms. Dashwood, and Sweet Dreams or Quoth the Raven, Bedrock, and Creamy Sheep.
Featured: Livie shawl
If you're looking for the perfect fall cast on, here it is! With alternating sections of garter stripes and eyelets, the Livie shawl by Tamy Gore is engaging and fun. We paired a Modernist colorway with a semi-solid to make this shawl even more dynamic! Shown here in Harvest Moon and Cranberry Sauce, you can also order it in Backyard Bouquet and Plenty of Fish, Paint the Town and Fly Me to the Moon, Hundred Acre Wood and Wisconsin Desert, Headless Horseman and Quoth the Raven, Night of a Thousand Stars and Midnight Moon, Get Knit Done and Hobbit Hole, Simply Splendid and The Sensible Ms. Dashwood, and Siren Song and Clear Skies Ahead
Featured: The Easy One sweater
Joji Locatelli's The Easy One is an effortlessly stylish sweater knit in fingering weight yarn. The boxy shape of this garment gives it a flattering drape on almost any body type. Make one in Jump Around semi-solid, Silver Lining, Plenty of Fish, Rhymes with Orange, or The Sensible Ms. Dashwood
Club: Subscription club
Sign up for our monthly Subscription Box! This club includes a never-before-seen, and sometimes non-repeatable, colorway in one of our unique dye techniques. We rotate through our yarn bases, so you'll be able to try a variety of them! Purchase a six month subscription or have your spot automatically renew each month. Sign up now to receive October's box!
Featured: Leaf Pile Leap gradient
Crackling leaves underfoot, crisp air, bonfires, and warm sweaters. These are a few of the things we love about autumn! Leaf Pile Leap gradient has all the cozy autumnal hues in one beautiful colorway. Find it in 100g cakes of Daring DK, Greatest of Ease and Trampoline, or 150g cakes of Breathtaking BFL
Featured: Leaf Pile Leap speckle
Just like colorful leaves falling from the trees, Leaf Pile Leap speckle has red, yellow, and brown cascading across it. Order it today on Ringmaster worsted, or any of your favorite Knitcircus bases dyed-to-order
Featured: Plum's the Word gradient 
We're spreading the word about this amazing gradient colorway! The autumnal feel of Plum's the Word gradient speaks to us this time of year and we can't get enough. Find it on Ringmaster, Divine DK, Greatest of Ease, and Trampoline
Featured: Something Wicked Impressionist
"Something wicked this way comes...". This Halloween Impressionist yarn speckles from orange to purple with yellow and black sprinkled throughout. Knit Something Wicked Impressionist in fingering weight, DK weight, worsted weight, or with a medium or large matching socks set. 
Featured: Chromatic gradients
Chromatic gradients are characterized by smooth color transitions from dark to light. Dyed on fingering weight, DK, and worsted, these colorways are just waiting for you to turn them into your own masterpiece. Use one of our chromatic gradients to knit a Biscuit Cowl, the Reflection Line shawl, the Pyrrole cowl, the Apple Pie hat, the Vispo cowl or many other awesome projects!
Featured: Hedgehog Fibres
The bright and beautiful colors of this yarn are created and dyed in Cork, Ireland. Hedgehog Fibres' reputation for soft, luxurious yarn holds true and will meet every expectation. Choose from Sock or Twist Sock in a variety of colorways!
Featured: Knitcircus Stitch Marker Tins and Jars
Stitch markers seem like such simple tools, but they're one of the most important accessories in your notions bag. These colorful markers can help you keep track of stitch count, mark the beginning of your round, or separate different pattern sections, keeping you on track. Choose from small or large round markers or removeable lightbulb shaped markers
Have yourself a fantastic weekend,
Bug and the Knitcircus Crew
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