This $30 beginner class will teach students how to cast on, knit, purl and bind off. The two part class will be held Saturday, October 1st from 10:30am-12:30pm and Saturday, October 8th from 10:30am-11:30am. Students will need to bring 180 yards of worsted weight cotton, size 8 or 9 straight needles, scissors, and tapestry needle. Materials are not included.
Come check out this unique hand dyed, self striping yarn from Biscotti!! Biscotti has been a Indie Dyer since 2007. The Bis-sock is super soft 85% superwash merino wool and 15% nylon made in Quebec Canada. It stripes evenly in vibrant colors making it perfect for socks and any other project that needs fun striped yarn! Long repeats of color alternate with short repeats making thick and thin stripes with seamless, gradual color changes.
The color names from left to right are: Sorcerer Uniform, Peppermint, Arielle, Cupcake, Fairy Tale, Blue Pansies, Watermelon, Little Chicken, Rainbow, and Clown Fish. To see how the colors stripe just go to the Biscotte website, click here!
Our new shipment of Yarnimals has arrived from Plymouth Yarn! This is the perfect gift for baby showers. Just one 100 gram ball of this super soft Nylon/Polyester blend makes this cute little carry along blanket. The head, arms, and legs of the bear are already knitted. You just knit the middle and attach the completed stuffed pieces. We have brown, grey, blue, and pink available today for just $25.00!
Sommerblau by Halbe Prizessin meaning summer is blue is a modification of “Elefantenkringel” designed by Irene Jumbo. This pattern is a fun simple knit and is great for beginners as well as more experienced knitters. The double yarn overs keep the shawl open and lightweight showing off the colors in the yarn at the same time.
We used one ball of Queensland Uluru. This colorful machine wash cotton blend has a hefty 410 yards making the shawl long enough to wrap all around you. Just $12.00 per ball this project makes a great gift for someone special. Don’t forget to add a shawl pin on the shoulder for a fun accent! Just click here to take a look at the pattern.