Knitted Wit HerStory

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80%  superwash merino 20% nylon
420 YDS / 384 M      115 GR
Needle size: US 2-4/ 3-3.50 MM          Gauge: 6.5 - 7 STS = 1"

For 2020, the HerStory focus is FIRSTS, showcasing the first person to do ___, and discussing the impact that door-opening has had on future generations of potential HerStory recipients. It will be an exciting year, and we are so happy you'll be joining us! 

January - climber Junko Tabei and Great Heights 

February - pilot Bessie Coleman and Queen Bess SOLD OUT
March - Iditarod winner Libby Riddles and Mush! 
April - Zahidi Kazmi and Paxi SOLD OUT
May - Janet Guthrie and Vroom Vroom  SOLD OUT
June - Sophie Blanchard and Up Up and Away
July - Susan LaFlesche Picotte and Omaha

August - Madame CJ Walker and Beauty Culture SOLD OUT
September - Yalitza Aparicio and Indigenous Excellence

2019's HerStory was all about the arts, and we learned about people who inspire and create physical art and auditory art. Women who make with their hands, women who make with their words, women who make with their voices. It was an amazingly inspirational year! 

January - Musician Beyoncé and Goddess SOLD OUT
February - Sculptor Teresita Fernández and Preconceived Notion
March - Film Director & Activist Ava DuVernay and Tesseract  SOLD OUT
April -  1st Female Tattoo Artist in US Maud Wagner and Old Lines  SOLD OUT
May - Emilie Flöge and Boho Chic 
June - Nnedi Okorafor and Akata Witch SOLD OUT
July - Amy Sherald and Believing the Good  
August - Judith Jamison and Dancing Queen  
September - Joana Choumali and Crafted Perfection SOLD OUT 
October - Indigenous basketweaver and activist Elsie Allen and Pomo Basket 
November - food advocate Alice Waters and Chez Yarn SOLD OUT
December - native artist + maker Teri Rofkar and Raven's Tail 

If you’re looking for sock-knitting nirvana, you’ve found it in this sheep-to-skein US-produced sock yarn. With a tight twist, and just the right amount of nylon, you’ll find that your socks practically knit themselves. 

Hand-dyed colors can vary from skein to skein. We recommend alternating skeins in projects requiring more than one skein.