If you love lace, you'll have to come feel the new Khata yarn from Jade Sapphire, a luxurious 50/50 yak/silk blend. At 700 yards per hank, one will make a full shawl, or try doubling it for a drapey, lightweight sweater. Yak is comparable to cashmere in softness, and it's easy to care for as it won't felt when you wash it. It's easy to see why Jade Sapphire, known for dying scrumptious cashmere yarns, would put their talents to work with this beautiful, super soft blend.
A classic shape, a flattering neckline, and some eye-catching detail on the back make for a versatile knit that’s fun to work up. Rolling Rock is a light Henley-style pullover, seamlessly knit from the top down, using the contiguous shaping method at the shoulders. This shaping method provides the look of shoulder seams and sleeve caps, without the actual seaming.
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!
has been this season's hot project! I made mine out of Jade Sapphire's 4 ply cashmere held doubled, then transitioned to The Fibre Company's Road to China Light, and ended with the Silk Cloud from Shibui Knits. Picking out colors for this project was so much fun that I already have a second one lined up, waiting to be knit. This is totally do-able before Christmas too! The options are endless with this one, and we can help you find a color combo you'll love. Come in and try it on!
19 new colors of the Tosh Sport have just hit the floor here at L&L and they are so beautiful! This sport weight yarn is versitle, easy to care for, light-weight and comes in a range of colors from bold to nuanced neutrals.