New Kit: Staked

I can not begin to tell you how much I love this pattern by Glenna C.  Twisted stitches.  Staked hearts.  Really, what’s not to love!  (Originally blogged here)

Today we release the Staked pattern (Rav link) from the October Smart-Ass Knitters Club package, as a kit.  (all pattern photos © Glenna C, 2010)

As we develop and release Buffy the Vampire Slayer inspired colours, more and more people ask me “What about our heroine? Where’s her colour?”  The truth is, Buffy was first.  And Then Buffy Staked Edward.  The End.  Misty midnight blues and plums, washed in vampire dust.  Awesome.  So today we’re also releasing this colourway to the public and it is available in 4 different sock bases for you to choose from.

Here’s what it looks like in the different bases:

**Keep in mind if a base is Sold Out we regularly make more, so just drop us an email & we’ll get right on it!**

Merino Sock – 1 Skein Available

Buffy Staked Edward - MCN Sock

MCN Sock – 1 Skein Available

Buffy Staked Edward - Merino Silk Sock

Merino Silk Sock – 3 Skeins Available

Buffy Staked Edward - Shiny

Shiny – 1 Skein Available

Staked Kits:

Kits are available in your choice of colour and yarn base.  To order, email us at orders AT indigodragonfly.ca and indicate 1) yarn base & colour, 2) PDF or printed pattern, and 3) where you live.  We will email you a paypal invoice for your kit.  All regular ordering policies apply.  Click here for details.

Merino Sock – $30 PDF pattern/$32 printed pattern  Available colours

MCN Sock – $33 PDF pattern/$35 printed pattern  Available colours

Merino Silk Sock – $33 PDF pattern/$35 printed pattern  Available colours

Shiny – $42 PDF pattern/$44 printed pattern  Available colours

If your favourite colours are sold out, email us to order them!


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2 thoughts on “New Kit: Staked

  1. Your yarns are gorgeous and beautifully named, and I’m absolutely putting those socks on my “to knit” list. In fact, I like them so much I may knit them as over the knee socks to wear with short skirts. Thank you so much for this beautiful site. Mind if I spread the word about your yarns?

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