Monthly Archives: September 2015
A couple of new choices from Swedish Yarn: Raggi is a worsted weight sock yarn, perfect for boot socks, hats, and mittens. It is 70% wool and 30% nylon, and machine washable. Gastrike 2-ply is a sport weight wool that would be fantastic as a sweater, but also fun for stranded knitting accessories. Gastrike is … Continue reading
These are so fantastic–bags made from recycled menswear from FunctionalArtWA. The totes stand upright, and the satchels have great crossbody straps and lots of pockets. Nancy includes a photo of the original jacket with each bag. They are $80 each, and beautifully, beautifully made.
I gave the pair I made last December to my hair stylist, but I’m excited to share this great pattern for fingerless mitts in the class that begins tomorrow evening. Details are on the Classes page and in a Facebook event post, and if you think you’d like to join us, there is still time … Continue reading
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Here’s what Sandy has to say about Saturday’s class: “Take your crochet skills to the next level with these cabled owl mitts! The “It’s a Hoot!” pattern starts with a foundation single crochet – a useful skill to learn as it can replace the need to chain at the beginning of a project. The adorable … Continue reading
Nerd Girl! This is the Oh Snap base–75% superwash Merino & 25% nylon. Lots of fun choices in the sock department at the moment….
If you’d like to play with us on Saturday (September 12th), call, email, or stop in. This is such a fun class!