We’re bursting at the seams! To make room for new yarns, we’ve put lots of goodies on sale.
These favorites, plus many more, are looking for a good home:
Debbie Bliss: Glen
Elsebeth Lavold: Silky Wool XL
Rowan: Renew, Silky Tweed, and Felted Tweed Aran
Lana Grossa: Alta Moda Kid
Berroco: Blackstone Tweed , Borealis, and Campus
Help us make room for new yarns. Stop by today to see more, or check them out online by searching “sale” in the top right FIND feature.
Last night we hosted a yarn tasting with our Cascade representative. He brought a table full of Cascade yarns for tasters to knit up and lots of door prizes. Thanks to everyone who stopped by!
Celebrate MadMay with us, and get inspired by our huge selection of Tosh yarns! Don’t forget the coupon code during checkout.
The small stuff: You must use the coupon code “madmay10” during checkout to receive discount. Promotion ends at midnight EST on Monday, May 7. Promotion is online only (not for use at our physical store) and applies to in-stock items only.
Join us May 3rd from 5–8 PM for an evening of witty conversation and yarn tasting.
Our Cascade rep will be here with as many as 20 different Cascade yarns to sample and knit up as well as some fun door prizes.
Some of the yarns featured will be, but aren’t limited to:
Heritage Silk, a sock weight wool and mulberry silk blend
Fixation, a sock yarn with elastic built right in
Ultra Pima, super soft sport weight 100% pima cotton
Venezia, a silk and wool blend in both sport and worsted weight
Eco Cloud, a lofty aran weight blend of alpaca and wool
Call us with any questions about the event. Hope to see you there!
Amy Hendrix, the creative mind behind Madeline Tosh, stopped by for a color theory workshop this weekend. We learned some basic principles of color theory, and then used those principles to better mix and match colors for our knitting projects.
The first half of the class was spent learning some of the history of color, and how it has been used and created throughout. We learned many of the terms we could use to describe colors such as hue and saturation.
The second half of the class we got down to business learning what made a good color combination, how to match our own complexions, and how to translate that into our knitting projects.
Thanks again Amy! We had a great time!