Monthly Archives: September 2013
It was Talk Like a Pirate Day when I started this post… Some new things to show you! First up, Mushishi in six colors–three with the tweed highlights in white, three with the tweed highlights in black.. 95% wool, 5% silk and a huge 491 yard put-up. One skein is enough yardage for the Traveling … Continue reading
Three colors of Ella Rae Lace Merino waiting for me to start clue #1 of the Westknits Mystery Shawl KAL 2013!
I have to confess that I’m kind of a minimalist when it comes to notions–I’ll use markers to mark increase & decrease points, or pattern repeats, but I almost never mark rows. I don’t tend to use counters. A cable has to be pretty wide before I want to fuss with a cable needle. I … Continue reading
Saturday, September 14th, Yarn Folk will be offering a project-based class featuring the moebius cast on developed by Cat Bordhi. Cat describes Moebius knitting as magical and playful! Although it looks quite mysterious, we’ll soon discover that it’s a deceptively simple technique to master. In this class, we’ll be knitting a beautiful lace-patterned Moebius cowl … Continue reading