We are loving the fun, summery inspiration packed into the gorgeous little magazine. Come pick up your copy today before we sell out!
This issue is boasts 8 designs featuring some of our favorite summer yarns, including Blue Sky Alpaca's Skinny Cotton and Linen by Shibui Knits.
Plus get same great tips on designing/customizing a pattern, and even try out your own natural dye using onion skins!
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.
*The full series of 5 classes do not have to be taken consecutively.
Loop & Leaf will be closed Monday, May 25th, in observance of Memorial Day weekend.
We will resume regular business hours on Tuesday.
Did you take our Granny Square class and are wondering what else to do with your new skills? This is the perfect next project!
Elaine just finished this awesome Granny-Square inspired market bag just in time to hit the Farmer's Markets in style this summer.
Using Indigo (a recycled cotton) by Berroco and Classic Silk (a delicious cotton/silk blend) by Classic Elite, Elaine has created her own colorful stripes, though yours could be gorgeously sophisticated in a solid color or even wilder in a variageted yarn. We'll help you get started!
I had so much fun with this toe-up sock, that this one practically knit itself! I used the Sweet Georgia Gliteratti Sock yarn (a merino/silk/glitter blend) and I can't tell you how great this was to knit in the sunlight.
The lace pattern is wonderfully intuitive and easy to memorize, and the JMCO, short-row heel and tubular bind-off keep things interesting. I am doing mine 1-at-a-time, but you will have the option to work them 2-at-a-time for the class if you like! Call the shop to sign up, we still have a few spots open.