February 26, 2008

Alchemical Transformation

Destination Alchemy

It’s the luminous, super-saturated colors that catch the eye, the tactile delight of the fibers. There is something in the exquisite nature of Alchemy Yarn, where it transcends its use value, with each lovely skein more a work of art for display than simply a functional item. Perhaps in response to this very problem, a new book called Destination Alchemy has just come out and we are pleased to be one of the featured stockists. You can find all the yarns for the patterns at the store, from the truly inventive Silken Straw,

Alchemy Silk Straw

to the decadence of Silk Purse,

Alchemy Silk Purse

and the sublime yarn-marriage of mohair and silk that is Haiku.

Alchemy Yarns Haiku

We have had a few models from the book on display at the store, with more to come. A truly sensory indulgence!

Alchemy Trunk Show

Filed under: new and noteworthy yarn,new books and magazines — Admin @ 9:21 am

December 10, 2007

Son of a Stitch and Bitch

What is even better than giving or receiving a copy of Son of a Stitch and Bitch signed by Debbie Stoller? Is it knowing that our very own Kurt Fausset has a pattern on page 62? I think so.

If you weren’t in the store on Saturday, here’s what you missed:

Debbie Stoller at Imagiknit

Come on in and pick up your copy today!

Filed under: new books and magazines — Admin @ 12:00 pm

November 27, 2007


Profiles and Projects from Knitting's New Wave

Please join us for an evening with Sabrina Gschwandtner, editor of the zine KnitKnit and author of KnitKnit: Profiles and Projects from Knitting’s New Wave, a book that explores the fascinating intersection and melding of craft and art, function and decoration, and the personal with the political.

Wednesday, December 12th


Filed under: events and announcements,new books and magazines — Admin @ 2:11 pm

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