INTRODUCING THE NEW SHADE OF TITUS GODDESS

We were absolutely bowled over by your enthusiasm for our last batch of Titus Goddess, our limited edition monthly Titus shade that's overdyed by The Knitting Goddess. The celebratory colours she dyed our White Rose shade sold out in less than 24 hours, but don't worry - we are about to release our new batch!

This month, Joy has taken our Dalby shade - named after the large forest in North Yorkshire - and added even more depth to its foresty feel. The variety of shades pick out the shades of young leaves, moss-covered logs, ancient trees and the darkness of the woods at their deepest points.

 We think it would look wonderful in Graeme Knowles -     Miller's Staysail mitts, featured in our Titus Mini Knits - you'll   need just one hank to complete them.                               Alternatively, for a larger project, why not try Carol   Feller's Autumn Whispers cardigan, shown here in the   standard Dalby shade - it takes 2-4 hanks for the short-   sleeved version and 3-5 hanks for the 3/4 length sleeved   version. Click the image on the left to see more pictures of   the cardigan.

 

Titus Goddess Dalby is available to pre-order now - click here to place your order for delivery or to collect in store. Don't forget it's limited edition, so when it sells out, that's it!
Meanwhile, watch this space for news of the next shade of Titus Goddess to be released next month.

 

Whatever you use our Titus Goddess for, don't forget to let us know and send us a picture. Each of our Titus Goddess shades is limited edition, and every hank is hand-dyed, making it unique. As a result, every item made with it is unique - and we love seeing what you've created.

You can share your Titus Goddess creations on our Ravelry group. Alternatively, tag us on Twitter, post on our Facebook page, or find us on Instagram or Pinterest and share your handiwork with us and the rest of the baa ram ewe community.

 

As all crafters know, there's almost nowhere you can't knit or crochet. Our Jo proved this at the weekend when she and her mum took their knitting along to the cricket at Headingley - and were caught on camera!

We'd love to hear about your unusual crafting locations. If you've finished off a sweater while on a hot air balloon ride, or cast on at the top of a mountain, why not tell us about it? And if you've got pictures, even better! Tag us on social media (details on the left), or click here to contact us by email.