Table for One


This single cable hat is the perfect quick project to learn how to make a cable. I love how quickly this project knits up!! In just a couple evenings you can have this hat complete and ready to give away as a gift! We used Cascade Lana Grande a bulky weight, 100% Peruvian Highland Wool in an assortment of rich colors.


This bulky yarn is great for added warmth when you are out and about during the cold winter months. If you are interested in the pattern we have it available here at the store. If you have never tried cables but are interested in learning we are teaching the Table for One class in November. Just click here for more details.

Table for One


This $30 cabled hat class will teach students how to work in the round and cable. The class will be held Saturday, December 10th from 1:30pm-4:30pm. Students will need to bring 80 yards of bulky weight yarn, size 11 and 15-16″ circular needles and size 15 double pointed needles, 3 markers, cable needle, tapestry needle, and scissors.  Materials are not included.





This classic men’s cardigan by Michele Wang would make the perfect gift for the upcoming holiday season! I love the a smoking jacket-style because it can be worn buttoned up giving it a more formal appearance or unbuttoned for a more casual relaxed look.


The deep ribbing at the placket also gives you the option of wearing the collar up or you can fold it down for more of a shawled-collar. This pattern is relaxing while keeping the knitter engaged with the ribbing.


Jenna used Cascade 220 a Peruvian Highland wool in a deep brown. With lots of colors available you will be able to customize this cardigan for that perfect person. Take a look at the pattern by clicking here!

Fall Pumpkins


These little pumpkins are so fun to decorate your table throughout the fall season.  They are super simple to knit! Using a size 1 or 2 needle and one hank of Elsebeth Lavold Silky Wool (color 168) cast on 64 stitches and join in the round being careful not to twist. You cast on the same amount of stitches for each size pumpkin, just adjust the amount of rows you knit to achieve the different sizes.  Knit 25 rows for the x-small, 30 rows for the small, 40 rows for the medium, 50 rows for the large, and 60 rows for the x-large.


Finish by cinching up each end. Create the pumpkin textured bumps by running strands of yarn from the top and center of the pumpkin to the bottom center of the pumpkin.  Create a 4 stitch I-cord (7 rows) in Elsebeth Lavold Silky Wool (color 54) for the stem and attach to each pumpkin. Enjoy!

Marble Chunky


Just received a big shipment of Marble Chunky in fun new color combinations!


James C. Brett Marble Chunky is a machine washable, colorful, 100% acrylic yarn.


With 200 grams per ball, it’s a great economical choice for sweaters, blankets, and accessories.


Come see which is your new favorite.




Briony by Jenna Murphy is a wonderful topper to just about anything you might wear on a chilly day, whether it be casual or a bit more dressy. The finished product is soft and lofty, and it has a voluminous, cozy feel. I absolutely love all the textures in this project including the choice of yarn. Jenna used 2 skeins of Plymouth Yarn Homestead Tweed in the color Thistle, a 90% wool and 10% donegal blend. The stitch combinations including seed stitch, reverse stockinette, rib, and cables keeps the knitter interested throughout the entire project. This cowl is knit in the round from bottom to top.


The cable repeats are more simple than the finished product suggests. If you haven’t tried cables but want to learn we are offering a class to learn how to knit the Briony this month. The two part class will be held Saturday, October 8th from 2:00pm-3:00pm and Saturday, October 15th from 2:00pm-4:00pm. The class is $30 and will include Jenna’s pattern. If you love the pattern but don’t need a class just click here to take a look!