National Parks 2022 Yarn Club

Knitted Wit

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We are so excited to participate in Knitted Wit's National Parks 2022 yarn club this summer! Every year Knitted Wit produces colorways inspired by our beautiful protected wilderness areas including national parks, monuments, historical sites, and recreational areas.

These colorways are exclusive to participating local yarn shops, and we are so appreciative for the opportunity to share these lovely, vibrant skeins with you! We also encourage you to use these colorways in The Socks and Hats on Vacay KAL, which you can find information about on our events tab or on designer Shannon Squire's website here

On the 1st of the month from May through August we will be releasing 4 new colors. They will be available on Knitted Wit Sock, an excellent base for knitting everything from shawls to hats, and particularly socks! This year featured wilderness areas will fall into 4 categories: 

  • National History – Eastern USA
  • National History – Western USA
  • Indigenous Culture
  • Human Rights Leaders/notable people

When you purchase your first skein, we will give you a postcard stamped with the yarn you purchased. For any additional purchases we stamp your card (or send you a sticker for online purchases), and if you get 4 stamps before the 5th of September you receive a special Craft the Parks 2022 patch. If you purchase all 16 skeins you get the esteemed Craft the Parks 2022 enamel pin! 

This year Knitted Wit has also added a fun new game, Vacay Bingo! You will also receive a bingo card with your first yarn purchase. Throughout the summer check off activities listed on the card and be entered to win prizes! 

To read up on the history and interesting facts for individual parks inspired colorways in the National Parks Club, check out Knitted Wit's blog posts on their website

Details 

Content: 80% SW Merino Wool, 20% Nylon

Weight: Fingering 

Yardage: 420 yards per  115 grams

Gauge: 28 stitches per 4 inches

100% USA sourced sheep to skein

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