Here is the lovely Carol modeling her crocheted ruffling scarf out of Madelinetosh Pashmina if Forestry. Carol chose a soft, drapey yarn making her scarf flouncey and flowy. Carol’s a knitter as well and learned the skills for this project through our Crochet 101 class.
The pattern, Spring Frills, is available for free online.
Can you smell spring in the air? In the spirit of spring cleaning, we’re making room on our shelves by offering you a great deal on books. For the month of April, select books will be 35% off. This offer is available in-store only, so swing by the shop to expand your library.
Tibetan Cloud Worsted
$37, 330 yards, hand-wash, 5-5.5 stitches per inch
Tibetan Cloud Worsted is gracefully soft and incredibly warm. Think about it. Don’t yaks live in cold climates? Their insulating fur can do the same for you — keep you nice and toasty! Try this yarn out for its softness, warmth and durability. You will not be disappointed.
$22, 330 yards, hand-wash, 6-6.5 stitches per inch
Mimi is a light, fluffy, and buttery soft yarn. We’ve heard such good feedback we know you don’t want to miss this. Words like “heavenly” and “amazing” have been tossed around this yarn. Please note that no minks were harmed making this yarn, they just got pet a lot.
We were so happy to see this little miss in her new hat. How could we not share these photos?
The pattern for the Vintage Pixie Cap is available in Vintage Knits for Modern Babies. Her little bonnet was worked up in one skein of Rialto DK.