Archive for February, 2010
Friday, February 26th, 2010
The upcoming issue of Knitter’s Magazine will feature a section on combining different weights of yarn in a single garment. Jeannee Worsted and Jeannee DK are combined brought together in a lovely spring weight shell called Bayside Blue by Julie Gaddy. The coordinating scarf finishes the garment beautifully.
Bayside Blue by Julie Gaddy
Knitter’s Spring 2010 will be on the news stand in early March.
Tuesday, February 23rd, 2010
Our new beautiful merino superwash has been having great reviews!
It rivals many other worsted merinos because it has:
– great stitch definition- from stockinet stitch to cables
– 40 rich colors that coordinate
– did I mention this is a superwash? washer friendly!
– an excellent hand– I’ve worked extensively with this yarn and no splitting problems
– excellent yardage- 218 yards per 100g skein!
….and these are just a few of the wonderful reviews we have been getting
If you haven’t gotten your hands on a skein of this- what are you waiting for?
We have featured booklets using this yarn, as well as leaflets from kids designs to women’s and men’s.
Here are 2 cute little knits made by Pam for her grandson using our superwash:
Pam mentioned that her grandson’s father loved the vest so much he asked for another handknit. How sweet!
Tuesday, February 16th, 2010
Alpaca Boucle Bolero Handknit by Hilary
I ran across this awesome little bolero while I was browsing through ravelry
The cream yarn is our one and only Alpaca Boucle
Which makes not only a soft but also lightweight knit.
The pattern is from KnitKnit: Profiles + Projects from Knitting’s New Wave by Sabrina Gschwandtner
Sunday, February 14th, 2010
Tracey Kay designed and knit this hat using Plymouth Baby Alpaca Grande color 635.
You can find more info about this design on Ravelry: www.ravelry.com/designers/tracey-kay.
The design is called Fenced In. Very nice look Tracey.
Thursday, February 11th, 2010
Jelli Beenz is a fun, worsted weight yarn in 22 great kids colors.
Yarn Content: 75% Acrylic, 25% Wool
Yarn Gauge: 4.5 sts=1″ / US 8 needle
Yarn Length: 107 yds / 50g ball
A Handknit Sweater by Debora in Jelli Beenz
This adorable little sweater is from our pattern collection, Plymouth Pattern 1006.
2 balls red and 1 ball each of yellow, blue, and green (for the back) for size 3-6 months.
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Wednesday, February 3rd, 2010
Click on this link:
Community Coffee Award Winners Knit for a Cause
It is very exciting to know how much knitters really contribute to our community.
If you, too, would like to make a helmet liner the pattern is available here
Our Galway yarn would be perfect for sending out to troops