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Gear up for Winter

Rumor has it that we will finally be getting a rainy winter this year!

We have the projects to keep you both warm and entertained as our cooler weather rolls in, be it a new favorite cardigan like the Woodfords Cardigan knit in Loft, a luxuriously stylish pullover like the Gehry, or a cozy and colorful cowl like Shoo Fly. We have just the project for you to hone all of your amazing knit and crochet skills, so check our website for schedule and availability. We are adding new project classes and 1-day workshops daily, so sign up early before things fill up!

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Open Knit Night - Oct

Come join us at Loop & Leaf for open studio hours every Wednesday from 5-8PM.

Fiber artists of all levels are warmly welcomed to work at our table and share your ideas.

This is a great opportunity to work on your projects in a community environment, get feedback from other artists and recieve help and support for a tricky technique.

We hope to see you here!

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Loop & Leaf Journal

Knit the Sky


A big thank you to Lea Redmond for coming out and teaching a fabulously inspiring Knit the SkyWorkshop last evening. We left the workshop steaming with really amazing ideas inspired by the weather, the environment and our own personal life experiences. We still have a few copies of the book available, so come check it out!

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Pompom Issue 14


The Autumn 2015 issue of Pompom Quarterly has arrived at Loop & Leaf!

Full of wooly goodness, there are projects for every knitting level in this issue. Hats, sweaters shawls, and more!

The issue also features lovely stories and a pumpkin spice cake receipe. It's the perfect accompaniment for your Fall knitting!


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Haruni Class


Join Nancy as she teaches knitters how to make the beautiful Haruni Shawl, beginning September 12th.

Haruni is a stunning, triangular lace shawl worked from the top-down. Instructions are both charted and written making this a great project for learning charts.

The pattern is available to download on Ravelry for free, and requires about 525 yards of lace weight yarn to complete.

We added optional beads to our version, and will be teaching this technique in the class as well!

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