E-News May 5th, 2020

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Monday to Friday

We are at the shop Monday – Friday 10:00 – 4:00
for mail order & curbside pick up.
Please note that the shop is still closed to the public.
FREE Shipping continues until May 15 with a $75.00 purchase. All of our standard shipping disclaimers apply.
Best way to reach us:
Please email us at unwind@theknittersedge.com or call us at 610-419-9276 and leave a message. We will get back to you.

Stay safe until we are together again,

JoAnne & Amanda

Weaving in Ends?

We have been getting many questions during this Covid-19 time.
Last week I included a video on how to wind yarn. Our second most asked question is how to weave in ends. We are sorry we can’t be there for you 100% of the time. Hopefully, some of these videos will help until we can be together in person.


do it this way. Weaving in ends along a straight line is not secure. If the strand is pulled from the bottom left corner, it will easily pull out.


change directions often when weaving in ends. You can even follow the line of the stitches as shown. Easy and secure.
If you need a video to help you- try this one.
How to Weave in ends

Baby Blossom Chunky

70 acrylic/30 nylon

170 yds/100g

Chunky weight 14 sts =4″

A soft cushy yarn that stripes with pretty flowers or designs.
13 colorways available.
Mitered Baby Throw
Using 3 balls of Baby Blossom Chunky, allow the yarn to stripe as it pleases, creating random one of a kind patterning.
FREE pattern with your yarn purchase.
Vertical Lines Baby Throw
Vertical lines add to the horizontal striping. Pattern is written in 2 sizes- for 3 balls and 5 balls of yarn.
FREE Pattern.
Baby Throw
The original- 3 balls super easy knit.
Stockinette stitch center with a garter stitch border. FREE Pattern.
One Ball Cardi Set
With just one ball of Baby Blossom Chunky- knit up a one size baby cardi plus hat – FREE Pattern.
Child’s Poncho
An easy to knit all season poncho for your little one. Can also be knit with a hood.

Mega Cakes

Now on Sale $8.00

75 Acrylic/25 wool

96 yds/150g

Bulky weight 8 sts =4″

Mega Cakes is Encore Mega in a 150g striping cake.
8 colorways available.
Download this 8 pattern booklet containing
8 FREE Patterns for Mega Cakes (all shown below).
by Juniper Moon Farm
55 silk/45 Linen 349 yds/100g
Dk weight 22 sts =4″
The dappled colors of this beautiful yarn are an homage to the painter for which it was named. “Pollock” yarn is a luxurious blend of crisp linen and smooth silk. This DK weight yarn is a great choice for your warm weather knitting and crocheting projects. The lightweight fabric will get softer with each washing. 11 colorways to choose from.
A large, light and airy shawl to knit with just 2 balls of Pollock.
A long cardigan, light enough to be a perfect summer layering piece.
I love the bottom flair of this summer top. Carry it into fall with a jacket.
Crochet Offset Shell Cowl
FREE Pattern from The Knitter‘s Edge for a
1 ball cowl to work up in Pollock
Becky has a bit more to do- working with a size F hook.

3 Beautiful Shawls

This is shawl time of year,

whether we are inside or outside.

I love this beautiful rectangular shawl. Full of texture- it won’t be boring. Knit it with 2 hanks of Electra-lite.
A crocheted stunner to work up in a worsted weight yarn such as Galway Wool or Neve Cotton- FREE Pattern
A FREE Pattern by Purl Soho for a lovely lace shawl. Knit it in Nuna– we have so many colors to choose from.