Want a warm and light-as-air shawl to cozy up under this winter? Check out Berroco’s Squelette featuring their scrumptious new yarn Andean Mist.
This oversized triangular shawl works up quickly on size 8 needles. The leaf border will keep you entertained without driving you up the wall. Requiring only 3 balls of Andean Mist, the total project cost is less than $25!
Andean Mist is a super soft blend of suri alpaca and mulberry silk. We have a dozen colorways to tempt you with. Check out our full selection here!
Designs by Alana Dakos (of Never Not Knitting) will be featured at the shop this month!
From soft, squishy neck warmers to darling knits for little girls, we are sure to have something to inspire you.
Our Never Not Knitting trunk show will run until September 30th. Stop by soon to find your next knitting project!
Stay warm with Ella Rae Seasons! This self-striping softy knits up quickly with a lot of loft. Since the colors change automatically, you’ll achieve a dramatic effect with minimal effort.
You can knit this hat and scarf combo using one of the many colors of Seasons. It takes only two skeins to make both items. Download the free pattern here and browse our selection of Seasons to select your favorite colorway!
Last Thursday’s Nuno Felting class was a huge success!
The participants mixed and matched their roving colors to create some stunning designs on their silk scarves.
Though the techniques were the same, every participant created something completely unique for the person next to them. In just three hours, their masterpieces were finished!
We have only one spot left in our September Nuno Felting class. Check out the class schedule and give us a call to reserve your spot!
We have seen some cool customer creations this month and we can’t wait to show them off! You know how we love to brag about our talented customers.
Claudia (no stranger to our Customer Creations column) recently knit this bobble pullover using Shibui Cima. She dug the pattern out of a vintage magazine from the 80’s. We love the colors she picked. It’s such a fun spin on a retro design!
Loretta stopped by last week to show off her amazing collection of miniatures. All of her minis are completely self-designed. She uses luxury fingering weight yarns and various scraps to create them. They are truly one-of-a-kind!
Ann dropped by to show off her Gusset Tunic (featured in the latest knit.wear magazine). She used Tahki Ripple, a unique tape yarn that knits up with an incredible texture.