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Lighter Than a Cloud

Check out the new colors from Shibui in the lustrous and lovely Silk Cloud, a lace-weight blend of silk and mohair. On its own this yarn will knit up into a garment lighter than air, or hold it together with another yarn for a halo of warmth. We have 33 rich, vibrant colors from which to choose.


Fractal Mitts

A wonderful pair of fingerless mitts designed for a tight fit and a sleek finished look.

Fractal Mitts

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Extended Holiday Hours!


Just in time for Christmas, we are extending our hours December 22nd and 23rd so you can have more time to do that last minute shopping. We will be open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday and Tuesday, and then we are closed December 24th, 25th and 26th. We've still got great stocking stuffers including Mizuba Tea's Matcha, Twenty-Four Blackbirds' hot chocolate kits, cute and custom hat kits, LOTS of handmade bags from Raven's Rags, tons of hand-dyed, unique yarn and, of course, gift cards. Don't forget to stop in (or to tell your friends and family to stop in) before Christmas!

Happy holidays from the Loop & Leaf crew, and we can't wait to ring in the new year with you!

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Lots of patterns up on Ravelry!


New patterns designed by our very own Celeste Varner have hit Ravelry! This includes her baby pattern book, now avialble as an ebook and individual pattern. There are nine pattern with sizes from newborn to 18 months. All of the designs are created in a delectable hand-dyed, sock yarn by Sweet Georgia which we have in stock!

Santa Barbara Baby Knits Collection (e-book)

We have also added a few additonal patterns she has designed for fall/winter, log into Ravelry or drop by the store to get your copy!

Fractal Mitts Shown here



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Koigu Yarn


Did you know that Loop and Leaf sells over 50 different colorways of Koigu Painter's Palette Premium Merino (KPPPM) and Koigu Premium Yarn (KPM)?

This yarn is great for turning basic patterns into beautilful works of art, or for more complex projects that use one or more colors.

It's best admired in person, so be sure to check it out the next time you are in the shop.

Happy Knitting!



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