Posts made in March, 2011

New Kids Learn to Knit Class Added!

By special request, we have added a new session of our Kids Learn to Knit (and Parents Too) on Sunday, April 10 from 3 to 5. The class is one 2-hour session. Learn to knit and start an easy, fun project. Class fee includes child-size needles and yarn. Recommended for ages 8 and up. $30. This class will also be offered on Sunday, June 12, 12:30 to 2:30, and Sunday, August 21, 3 to 5. Please call us at 206-706-4197 to register.

Posted on Mar 31, 2011 in Classes | Comments Off on New Kids Learn to Knit Class Added!

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New Kids Learn to Knit Class Added!

By special request, we have added a new session of our Kids Learn to Knit (and Parents Too) on Sunday, April 10 from 3 to 5. The class is one 2-hour session. Learn to knit and start an easy, fun project. Class fee includes child-size needles and yarn. Recommended for ages 8 and up. $30. This class will also be offered on Sunday, June 12, 12:30 to 2:30, and Sunday, August 21, 3 to 5. Please call us at 206-706-4197 to register.

Posted on Mar 31, 2011 in Classes | Comments Off on New Kids Learn to Knit Class Added!

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New Newsletter

Our latest newsletter is now available online. It should be arriving shortly in your mailbox too if you’re on our mailing list. Inside you’ll find news about upcoming knitalongs, trunk shows and other events. New classes are in the newsletter and also on our website. See what’s new!

Posted on Mar 30, 2011 in Newsletter | Comments Off on New Newsletter

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New Newsletter

Our latest newsletter is now available online. It should be arriving shortly in your mailbox too if you’re on our mailing list. Inside you’ll find news about upcoming knitalongs, trunk shows and other events. New classes are in the newsletter and also on our website. See what’s new!

Posted on Mar 30, 2011 in Newsletter | Comments Off on New Newsletter

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Can You Name This Monster?

Hannah just knit up this adorable monster for the shop out of Amy Butler Belle Aran. She is from Rebecca Danger’s The Big Book of Knitted Monsters. The pattern is named Gort the Gym Bag Monster but we think she is too cute to be named Gort. Cathy has suggested Trixie or Flossie. What do you think? Give us your monster naming suggestions on our Facebook page.

Posted on Mar 29, 2011 in Shop Sample | Comments Off on Can You Name This Monster?

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Can You Name This Monster?

Hannah just knit up this adorable monster for the shop out of Amy Butler Belle Aran. She is from Rebecca Danger’s The Big Book of Knitted Monsters. The pattern is named Gort the Gym Bag Monster but we think she is too cute to be named Gort. Cathy has suggested Trixie or Flossie. What do you think? Give us your monster naming suggestions on our Facebook page.

Posted on Mar 29, 2011 in Shop Sample | Comments Off on Can You Name This Monster?

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Sale of the Week

Ruca by Araucania is made from 100% sugar cane. Unusually soft and drapey it comes in a array of softly-colored solids and multi-colored colorways hand-dyed in Chile. At 263 yards a skein, only one is required for baby knits and generously sized scarves. Ruca is 15% off through April 3.

Posted on Mar 28, 2011 in Weekly Sale | Comments Off on Sale of the Week

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Sale of the Week

Ruca by Araucania is made from 100% sugar cane. Unusually soft and drapey it comes in a array of softly-colored solids and multi-colored colorways hand-dyed in Chile. At 263 yards a skein, only one is required for baby knits and generously sized scarves. Ruca is 15% off through April 3.

Posted on Mar 28, 2011 in Weekly Sale | Comments Off on Sale of the Week

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Quick Scarves on a Cricket

Cathy has been knocking out scarves at a lightning pace on our Cricket Loom. She’s found there is no end to the yarns you can weave on this versatile little loom. Cascade 128 Superwash made a plump, soft fabric. Lorna’s Laces Shepherd Sock made a shifting color warp. The elegant simplicity of Pure Alpaca is just...

Posted on Mar 25, 2011 in Weaving | Comments Off on Quick Scarves on a Cricket

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Quick Scarves on a Cricket

Cathy has been knocking out scarves at a lightning pace on our Cricket Loom. She’s found there is no end to the yarns you can weave on this versatile little loom. Cascade 128 Superwash made a plump, soft fabric. Lorna’s Laces Shepherd Sock made a shifting color warp. The elegant simplicity of Pure Alpaca is just...

Posted on Mar 25, 2011 in Weaving | Comments Off on Quick Scarves on a Cricket

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