Thank you for entering so many wonderful pieces in our fashion show this year! We had a record number of entries, and we appreciate everyone's participation! This year, in a very close vote, Christina R. won the large project category with her Kenzo Cardigan, and Sue G. won in the small project category with her Mix No. 18 shawl. Thanks for celebrating with us; we're looking forward to doing it again next year!
You have always wanted to knit...now's the time! Learn the basics of casting-on, knitting, purling & binding-off. This is designed as a very beginner course, however can be great as a refresher course or to aide in starting a new project as well. Class will run every Sunday (unless noted), so you can work at your own pace. Take the full series of 5 or just drop-in for one.
We just unpacked a gorgeous box of 50/50 Merino/Silk Laceweight yarn. At a whopping 785 yds per skein these are great for knitting up a favorite shawl in a true rainbow of colors! With so many great colors to choose from, I am thinking of stripes in Stephen West style...maybe the newDotted Rays
in the grey, with the three shades of berries as stripes...yum!
We have been so smitten with the
(shown here in Shibui Pebble) that I have been considering a heavier gauge blanket in Acadia by The Fibre Company. In tons of gorgeous tonal shades, I may even have to make one that uses the entire pallette! My fav 3 color combos: Bog, Granite & Oyster; Egret, Sea Lavender & Driftwood; Maple, Chipmunk & Cranberry.
Celeste started the "Princess Cowl" at TNNA and got a moment to do a little rooftop, sunset knitting. Doesn't that just sound divine? Back to this popular new cowl, it is worked as a flat garter piece then grafted together then threaded horizonally to create this modern plaid look! Come join us for the 2 part class on Sundays, February 9th and 23rd from 12-1:30pm. Call or stop by to sign up!