July 6, 2013

Made in America Extravaganza

We’re feeling very patriotic in our red, white and blue and want to highlight companies that produce 100% Made-in-America yarns and needles.  The sheep are raised in the states, the trees are grown on American soil, and the end result is uniquely American.

 

Pagewood Farm

   

Giant Purls and St. Elias 

Pagewood Farm yarns boast innovative textures and captivating hand-dyed colors.  These small-batch yarns are one-of-a-kind and would make amazing accessories.  See our full stash of Pagewood Farm yarns.

 

Twirl

 

We love Twirl so much we’ve blogged about it before.  Twirl features free-range, humanely raised animals and naturally dyed and undyed colorways.  Plus the labels are so darling, they feature descriptions of the animals who gave their wool.

Brown Sheep

Brown Sheep is a classic yarn often used for felting (but don’t worry, they make washable yarns as well); they have been committed to keeping  their products made in America since 1980.

 

Serendipity

 

 

 

 

These ImagiKnit engraved needles are handmade in Rhode Island from strong, smooth wood.   You can shop happily knowing you are supporting a company that employs physically and mentally handicapped adults.  Take a look at the full range of needles here (especially the rainbow-topped design only available at ImagiKnit)!

Brittany

Made from California grown birch, Brittany straight needles, double points and crochet hooks have all the best qualities of wood — smooth, strong and easy to wield.  Crocheters out there should consider Brittany for the stunning handles on the hooks.


Filed under: Knitter's Gifts,knitting needs,new and noteworthy yarn — Admin @ 11:06 am

May 6, 2013

Back in Stock: Serendipity Needles

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We are happy to announce that Serendipity Needles are back in stock.  These super sweet needles, including a rainbow-topped ImagiKnit exclusive, make great gifts for the knitter who has everything.  You can shop happy knowing your dollars are hard at work supporting a company that employs physically and mentally handicapped adults.  Check out the full range of these needles here.


Filed under: knitting needs — Admin @ 10:03 am

September 20, 2012

Knitter’s Pride: Needles

Dreamz and cubics circulars

Time for some new needles? Our Knitter’s Pride needles come in two varieties, Dreamz and Cubics. Made out of birch wood and rosewood respectively these needles can hold up to a lifetime of knitting.

To help keep your Dreamz needle collection organized  a color has been assigned to each size. That color carries through in all the needle styles: straight, circular (fixed and interchangeable), double points, and crochet hooks.

The Cubics unique ergonomic shape provides comfort to the hand and yields uniform stitch formation. This provides hours of pleasurable knitting with no hand fatigue.

Our Knitter’s Pride needles are available in straights, circulars, double points, hooks, and interchangeable sets. Happy Knitting!


Filed under: knitting needs — Admin @ 4:13 pm

July 30, 2012

Click it!

Addi Click Sets

Ready to treat yourself or looking for a nice gift? Consider an interchangeable needle set. Every circular needle you need is in one portable set. The latest to hit our online shelves are the Addi Click sets.

Each Click set comes with a set of needles, several cord lengths, one connector piece which helps to either store stitches or combine your cords and a carrying case to keep it all tidy and travel friendly.

The Click tips require no tools to change. Simply insert the cord deep into the tip, twist and release. The tips will remain secure until you change them.

We currently carry Addi Click Turbo (nickel plated brass tips), Bamboo, Lace (pointed ‘lace’ tip) and Lace: Long Tips. Check them out for the specifics of what is in each set.

Enjoy!


Filed under: knitting needs — Admin @ 3:34 pm

August 31, 2011

Put your pennies away

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Save for stash enhancement with this adorable stoneware sheep money bank. Or is it a sheep baaaaaa-ank? Too cute!


Filed under: knitting needs — Admin @ 4:43 pm

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