April 5, 2013

Customer Creations: Little Red’s Cap

We were so happy to see this little miss in her new hat. How could we not share these photos?

photo 1

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.

photo 3

 


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March 25, 2013

What can you do with private lessons?

Ben

Ben came to us with no crochet skills under his belt and look at him now! He’s mastered the basics, crocheted gloves, conquered amigurumi, and has moved onto garments. Private lessons are a great way to cover a variety of topics outside what is offered in our already expansive class catalog. Private lessons are available for adults and children, in private and semi-private formats, with any of our bright and happy staff.  If you’d like to schedule a private lesson, please drop by the store or give us a call at 415-621-6642


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March 5, 2013

Customer Creations: Sally’s Babette Blanket

babette

Sally’s Babette Blanket is stunning.  Using a whomping 23 skeins of Koigu Premium Merino (KPM), Sally’s blanket is a labor of love for her son.  And labor she did, Sally modified the blanket to be a little larger.  Sally recommends getting 3 skeins of 8 colors to ensure even color variation.  Feeling a little spunky?  Throw in a color of KPPPM. The Babette Blanket pattern was published in the Spring 2006 issue of Interweave Crochet and is available for purchase online.

 

Sally

We’re so looking forward to seeing what Sally makes next.  If you see her around, chat blankets and all things crochet.


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March 22, 2012

Malabrigo March: Rasta!

Rasta
Pictured above: The wall of Rasta at ImagiKnit; Diana and Samantha both wearing seed stitch moebius cowls of their own design. Made with just one skein of Malabrigo Rasta.

Need a thick and quick project that will pack a lot of punch? Try anything made out of Rasta. At 2-2.5 stitches per inch you can create quite a cozy cowl, from one skein, in a jiffy. ImagiKnit offers a free pattern with the purchase of a skein of yarn. Be sure to ask for it when you check out, or mention it in the special instructions if you’re purchasing online.

The Stats:
Super Bulky, 100% merino wool 90 yards per skein 150 grams per skein. Slightly felted Be sure to get enough yarn to complete your project since each bag is a different dye lot, and skeins may vary from bag to bag. Needles US 13 – 15 or 9 – 10mm. Gauge 8.0 to 10.0 sts = 4 inches Hand wash, dry flat



October 26, 2011

Customer Creations

Endpaper Mitts

There’s a bit of a nip in the air and these beautiful Endpaper Mitt’s would definitely be a colorful way to keep hands warm in the mornings. Mimi made this beautiful pair using Malabrigo Extra Fine Merino, so you know that makes them super soft.

Mimi's Endpaper Mits


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