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January 23, 2024 newsletter

Cloud Cotton Colours are waiting for you!

Are you looking for something cozy to use in a blankie? We’ve just restocked our shelves with Organic Cloud Cotton in all the colours we carry. Get your notebook out and design a blanket that fits your loom while you have fun playing with these bright colours mixed in with the grey or natural. Or, have you fallen in love with the look of the Hygge Blanket Kit – what better project to take off your loom on a cold day in January or February?

New baby about to appear in your life? The Organic Cloud Baby Blanket will be loved by a new little one and parents alike and it’s a soft blanket to wrap a baby in. Our Organic Cloud Cotton yarn is kind to our planet as well!

Magenta


Hygge Blanket Kit

Each kit includes the weaving instructions (including draft) and 2-1lb cones of Organic Cloud Cotton, 1 in Natural, and 1 in Grey.

Want to swap the 1 Grey cone of Organic Cloud Cotton for one of our bright colours to play with the 1 Natural cone in the kit? Let us know which colour you’ve chosen in the notes section at checkout.

Level of Difficulty: Beginner
Weave structure: Plain Weave
Each kit makes: 1 blanket 39″ X 76″ plus fringe

Loom requirements:
Shafts: 4
Weaving Width: 44 1/8″
Reed: 8 dent


Organic Cloud Baby Blanket Kit

Level of Difficulty: Beginner

Weave structure: Plain Weave
Material: Organic Cloud Cotton
Each kit makes: 1 blanket 33″ X 50″ plus fringe

Loom requirements:
Shafts: 4
Weaving Width: 35″
Reed: 8 dent

Each kit includes:
Weaving instructions (including draft)
1-1lb cone of Organic Cloud Cotton


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