Isn't that beautiful? The yarn is their Djinni Sock in the new colorway "Karen's Blue", but I have been running around calling it Tardis Blue. Because it is, isn't it?
This month's pattern is an ascot, mitt, and headband set, all of which should be doable with the one skein. The little goodie is a matching blue notions case with a stitch marker from Exchanging Fire, an Etsy shop that also offered a coupon code. This is probably one of my favorite shipments, though I have loved them all. It is really representative of the range offered by the club. Several months ago we got a lovely sock pattern by Liz Abinante, and the shipment that made me die with delight included an elaborate colorwork cowl that I immediately had to knit.
I won't be sticking with the club, but that is not to say that I have not loved what I received. To the contrary. Each invoice was accompanied by mailbox stakeouts and chasing my husband around the apartment demanding that he feel how soft and happy the yarn is (he is learning -- the other day he called a yarn I was winding "delicious"). If you have any interest at all in trying out a club, I highly recommend it (2013 monthly payment signup on Ravelry here). The designers are wonderful and the shipment is always packaged with the kind of care only yarnies can express. What can I say? I seem to be a Dragonfly Fibers fangirl.