New Fringe tote and a reimagined Kinfolk

New tote from Fringe Supply Co — I make, therefore I am

I’m so happy to finally be unveiling the latest addition to the Fringe Supply Co. lineup — a sibling for the extremely popular High-fiber tote bag. This one was hand-lettered by the lovely and talented Leigh Wells and bears an unimpeachable bit of wisdom: “I make, therefore I am.” It’s the same big and sturdy canvas tote as the original, and I have to say, they make a lovely set. You should really have both.

And I’m also thrilled to finally have the new Kinfolk in stock. I got a heads-up about a month ago that they were broadening the focus of the magazine, which is reflected in the new tagline: “Discovering new things to cook, make and do.” This issue, Volume Eight — which is the first one to be published in Japan as well — is heavily Japan-influenced and is an absolute treasure trove of photos, interviews, recipes, tutorials for ikebana and indigo dyeing and origami … the list just goes on. Check it out in the shop and order your copy asap — I only have a small number. There are also still a few of Volume Seven available.

And again, for anyone who may have missed it, Pom Pom Quarterly is also now back in stock. So hie thee to Fringe Supply Co.!

Kinfolk magazine, volume eight — available at Fringe Supply Co

Note to MA residents: the new tote is available at In the Loop in Plainville. And the high-fiber totes are now available at The Yarn Haven is Knoxville TN. I’ll be putting up a stockists page at FSCo as soon as I have a chance. If you’re a shop owner interested in carrying any of the Fringe Supply Co.-branded goods — the tote bags and stitch markers — please get in touch!


In other news, tomorrow is International Knit in Public Day — what do you have planned?

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