There might be blossoms on the trees, but things could still get pretty cold in San Francisco before spring truly arrives. Time to bundle up and put a hand knit hat on your head! Learn how with a basic hats class or take your chapeau skills to the next level with Hats 201. See the class schedule for details.
February 19, 2011
February 14, 2011
February 7, 2011
It’s always a pleasure to see what gets made out of the yarn we sell. Gladys, at 101 years old, came in to buy yarn to knit beret for her 77 yr old son. Proof that knitting, is good for you!
Barbara made this gorgeous hristening gown for friend’s baby made out of Karabella Super Cashmere Fine. Pattern is Avery Christening Gown and is sure to be a treasured heirloom.
Diana and Samantha model seed stitch cowls of their own design. Made with just one skein of Malabrigo Rasta, that’s a fast knit and gorgeous!
Another Barbara, with a beautiful mitered cardigan made out of Noro Silk Garden.
Finally, Judith made this amazing yarn ball and needle ceramic tea pot. So creative!