Lynette finished her Churchmouse in Rowan Kidsilk Haze.
This cloud like shawl is displayed at the front door.
You'll want to knit one for yourself and a friend.
The construction is straightforward.
The result is stunning.
Come in and choose your color ways; they blend together effortlessly.
You will want to wrap this around and around in the coming chilly days.
Cowl season is also upon us. This Cabled Cowl Infinity Scarf is a Mindy Levi pattern on Ravelry.
It uses 2 skeins of Debbie Bliss Roma.
This is a great first cable project. The work is done on big needles so the stitches are very easy to see and twist for the cable result.
Meet tradition: this is the Peerie Floers Hat by Katie Davies.
Using Rowan Fine Tweed, this Ravelry pattern uses two colors in each row. A peerie is defined as using two colors at a time per row. This age old technique keeps your yarns from twisting as you progress.
Fair Isle knitting is a great skill to add to your craft.
You could learn in one private lesson.
Our own Jillian knit this Kirsch Cowl by Carina Spencer.
Cima Yarn on size one needles in waffle stitch, creates this seamless neck warmer.
As the seasons go round and round, we have many more ideas for you to expand your knitting and come full circle with your skills.
Stop in soon. Mark your calendar for our next Knit night,
October 17th. Call us to reserve your spot please: