Monthly Archives: June 2016
Could I love Ravelry any more? No. They have just made it possible for you to see which patterns are available through In-Store Sales. (Prior to now, I could see that information in my Pro account, but you had to ask.) This is such a great help, and just a fantastic demonstration of what good … Continue reading
So, so pretty. New stock of Soie from @phydeaudesigns. Fingering weight, 435 yds, half Merino, half silk. All good. #yarnfolk #lys #yarn #indiedyer #handyed
Nancy from Functional Art WA dropped off a few totes on Thursday night. Each includes a photo of the original suit jacket or military clothing it is made from, and the stitchery is high caliber. In addition to the three pictured here, there is also a messenger-style bag.
Two newest colors of Happy Feet Splash Hand-Dyed! ❤️❤️❤️ #yarnfolk #lys #yarn A photo posted by Ann Miner (@yarnfolk) on Jun 23, 2016 at 2:40pm PDT
A skill that I have developed over time is the ability to fix problems in my knitting that happened…oh, let’s just say awhile ago. Even if you’ve been knitting for awhile, even if you knit A LOT, there are going to be times when you should have gone to bed half an hour ago, or … Continue reading