Monthly Archives: October 2015
New shipment from Oink Pigments this week, so we have this great Seahawks colorway in three weights–worsted, bulky, and sock! Go Hawks!
Q: What’s more fun than unpacking three boxes from Malabrigo? A: Not much. (Well, knitting with it…) PS–included is Mora: new yarn base, 100% silk.
Some new skeins of Cross Creek Sock from Meadowcroft Dyeworks!
Learning to identity, fix, and ultimately prevent the inevitable mistakes that crop up in your knitting is so empowering. Imagine finding an error and calmly formulating a plan to correct it, instead of a) deciding to leave it or b) starting over and losing hours of work. Call, email, or stop in to enroll in … Continue reading
New from One of a Kind Buttons–these are great!
If you were thinking about joining in the Foolproof Cowl KAL starting tomorrow, the suggested yarn arrived yesterday. It is Scrumptious 4ply from Fyberdpates, and it is aptly named! It is 1/2 merino and 1/2 silk (hence the amazing luster). http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/foolproof
Top Row The Art of Slip Stitch Knitting, Faina Goblestein & Simona Merchant-Dest 30 Slippers to Knit & Felt, Arne & Carlos Unexpected Cables, Heather Zoppetti Middle Row Sock-Yarn Accessories, Jen Lucas Short Row Knits, Carol Feller Simple Color Knitting, Erika Knight Bottom Row Knitted Animal Scarves, Mitts, & Socks, Fiona Goble One-Skein Wonders … Continue reading
I have been working on Spectra, from Stephen West, and it’s so much fun to knit. Dream In Color Jilly for the main color, and Noro Silk Garden Sock for the wedges.
Tuesday we featured gorgeous, one of a kind, bags from FunctionalArtWA. Today, it’s simple and fun small project bags screen printed with fun images. I’m rather fond of the green sheep, myself.