E-News January 29th, 2019

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Cozy Yarn Bowls

Looking for a yarn bowl that doesn’t break? Check out Della Q’s new Salina bags. Softly padded so Salina is stiff enough to stand up but collapses when not in use. The small basket is perfect for one or two skeins of yarn or for your work in progress.
Expand the size by unrolling the top.
Available in 2 colorways.

Wool Hats to Keep You Warm

Galway Chunky is 100% Highland Wool- 123 yds/100g balls. Use one of our FREE patterns for a megawarm hat… for you, a loved one, or a person in need in our community. Fast knitting. 8 colors- all on sale at 33.3% off!

Galway Chunky
Ribbed Brim Beanie
Ribbed Brim with a close warm stockinette top; in 5 sizes.
FREE pattern

Galway Chunky
Ribbed Hat
All ribbed, written for men women. FREE Pattern

Falkland Aran

40% off

Falkland Aran is the softest wool you might ever feel!
The fleece of the Falkland sheep is particularly white, thus giving beautiful, pure shades when dyed, while the softness of the fibre lends luxury to the knitted fabric. Many colors to choose from, and now at 40% off!

We have several design ideas for this lovely yarn.

ALL FREE with your purchase of Falkland Aran.

A simple cabled hat- so warm and cosy. FREE Ravelry pattern.

Blackberry Stitch Cowl
Super warm and squooshy. Make this cowl with a pattern provided at
The Knitter’s Edge.

Falkland 2 Color Cowl
A ribbed cowl that can be worn so many ways. FREE pattern at
The Knitter’s Edge.

Aran Cabled Hat
Test your skills with different cables.
A FREE pattern with your
Falkland Aran yarn purchase.

Fair Isle

Fair Isle Yarn is a blend of Superwash Australian Wool and nylon.

246 yds/150g cake. 7 colorways to choose from.

This self striping fun will knit up into some great projects.


F
air Isle Socks

Knit up a pair of warm boot socks with just one cake.

FREE pattern with yarn purchase.

Fair Isle Fingerless Mitts

Practical mitts for the rest of winter. Knit up this pair with just half of a cake. Use the rest for a matching ribbed hat.

Fair Isle Ribbed Hat

After knitting up the mitts, add a hat, both patterns free with your yarn purchase.

Classes

This Week’s Classes


Classes for the weeks of Jan 28 & Feb 4 

 We have over 30 classes each week!

Upcoming Classes

February offerings are full of technique classes and

special projects.

Add to your skill set with Becky on Saturday afternoons…

Moebius Cowl with Becky

Saturday February 2 | 1-3pm

Learn the Moebius Cast On while knitting a cowl. DK weight yarn suggested- about 350 – 400 yards. Needles size 7– 40″ long. Call to sign up and for more specific details about suitable yarns and needle sizes.

Exploration Station with Julia

Mondays in February | 1-3pm

A Stephen West design for a beautiful shawl to knit in Madelinetosh Tosh Merino Light. Knit it along with Julia.

Call to sign up.

Exploration Station

Crochet Cables with Becky

Saturday February 9 | 1-3pm

Cables are as interesting in crochet as they are in knitting. Join Becky to learn a new skill while making this hat. Worked in 2 balls of Galway Worsted or Encore Tweed.

Call to sign up.

Needlefelting with Lauren

Tuesday February 12 | 6:30 – 8:30pm

Needlefelting is fun! If you have never tried it before- maybe now is the time! Call to sign up.

Cast Ons & Bind Offs Continued

w/ Becky

Saturday February 16 | 1-3pm

Take the next steps in adding to you cast on & bind off repertoire. Provisional cast ons, attached I- cord bind off plus so much more. Call to sign up.

Beginning Brioche with JoAnne

Monday February 18 | 1-3pm

We will be knitting a 2 color Brioche Cowl with Chunky Merino Superwash. You will need needles 24″ or 26″ size 10.5, (or 11 of you are a tight knitter).

Call to sign up.

Lovin’ Cables Sampler Cowl w/ Debra

Fridays Feb 15, March 1 & 15 |1-3pm

Learn all about cables while trying a half dozen beautiful ones. This sampler cowl is knit in 2 hanks Tosh DK. Can also use Worsted Merino Superwash. Bring needles, size 7 or those needed to get gauge of 5 sts =1″. Pattern provided in class. Sign up now.

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