Neons & Neutrals is here!

Neons & Neutrals is here!

Today is a very special day for me and my team. It is official, my new book, Neons & Neutrals, a Knitwear Collection Curated by Aimee Gille of La Bien Aimée is officially out into the world. After working on this collection for over a year, I don’t really have the words to explain how it feels. I am honored and humbled by all your messages you have sent me over the past weeks. I am so excited to share this with you and hope you will feel inspired to knit these amazing designs by those 16 incredible designers.

The digital version of Neons & Neutrals is also available today from Laine's webshop, so if you would rather knit from an e-book, they have got you covered! I'm really excited that we are also currently working on putting the final touches to the French and Japanese translations of Neons & Neutrals, which will come out later this spring. 

This week, I am celebrating the release of Neons & Neutrals at the Hill Country Weavers Retreat. I have been traveling in the US, visiting some of my stockists. It feels good to be on the road with all the samples from my new book and to share the excitement with all of you who come to meet me. There is nothing I love more than to help you find the perfect yarn for your next project. I am so grateful to each and every one of you who have ordered my book. 

The patterns in Neons & Neutrals feature yarns from many brands alongside La Bien Aimée, and my plan was always to have these yarns available on my online shop for the book release. This has proved a much bigger task for my sales team than we originally planned, so we have decided to release the bundles and yarns in waves, over the next few weeks. This way you will have time to peruse the bundles as they arrive. I am continuing to create new bundles and color combinations. I am already working on a few in my head as I type this… please do not hesitate to write us at if you have any questions or requests for bundles from Neons & Neutrals.

Coming soon will be a series of blogposts about the various patterns in Neons & Neutrals... 


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