E-News October 8th, 2021

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Special Class Next Wednesday!


On Wednesday, October 13 we will be hosting a Needlefelting class with Lauren Loeffler. Class time is 6:00 to 8:00 pm. Please join us!
Bring your Needlefelting tools if you have them,
or get equipped at TKE prior to class.
Bring a little extra cash for roving wool as Lauren always brings a great supply of colors. Make your first Pumpkin to something even wilder and scarier.
Call to sign up.
Lauren will be bringing many sample projects- from simple ones…
…to more challenging pieces.
With her help- you can make anything!

Merino Textura- on Sale for just $10

What do you get when you twist a superwash merino with a NON superwash merino? You get a yarn whose plies take the dye differently creating a tonal effect. Welcome Merino Textura!
228 yards/100g hank.
Now on sale for just $10.00. Was $15.99.
12 colors available and many pattern suggestions.
FREE Pattern with your yarn purchase.
Ribbed Hat & Cowl
Simple ribbing creates a warm snuggly set . FREE Pattern.
Broken Seed Stitch Cowl
FREE Pattern for 1 hank each of
2 colors.
An easy knit. See TKE staff for info on the pattern.
FREE Pattern by Tincan Knits
Knit up a pair with just one hank of Merino Textura.
FREE pattern for 4 hanks of
Merino Textura

Vodka Anyone?

We promised something special for October 16 since we could not go to Rhinebeck. We will be hosting a small local distillery:
Come for a taste, buy a bottle, then stay to see our
Glassware Pop Up Shop hosted by a few of our customers.
Blue Steel Vodka is a micro-distillery based in Pennsylvania’s Lehigh Valley. Our premium vodka is handcrafted with locally grown Lehigh Valley Potatoes.
The Knitting Girls Glassware
A collection of handmade pieces created locally by some of
our customers.
Here is just a sampling of the many pieces they will be bringing.
Please visit on October 16 to see many more beautiful glass pieces.
12″ x 12″ Snowflake Plate
Large Bowl
12″ x 12″ Salad Bowl
Halloween Bowl

Sea Isle Cotton

Perfect for transitional weather!
Organic pima cotton and fine merino wool in a cabled twist lofts beautifully with big yardage; surely enough to make the perfect 3 season accessory.
50% Organic Pima Cotton, 50% Fine Merino Wool 329 yards/100g hank.
Works up at about 5 sts =1″
We carry all 14 colors.
This elegant shawl took 3 hanks of Sea Isle Cotton, and Becky had so much yarn left that she could have added the extension to make it even larger.
FREE pattern with the purchase of 2 hanks of Sea Isle Cotton

Tosh Triple Twist

TML Triple Twist is an Aran weight yarn with three strands of
Tosh Merino Light twisted together. Squishy and soft.
130 yds/100g hank. We carry Triple Twist in 26 colorways!!
One Cable Mitts
Beautiful Fingerless Mitts to knit with less than 1 hank of Triple Twist.
A fair Isle hat designed by our own Bethlehem favorite- Louis Boria.
Knit it in Triple twist. There is also a coordinating cowl & mitts.
A FREE Pattern for a patterned cowl to knit with 2 hanks of
Tosh Triple Twist.
What a pretty hat- add a pompon for real style! Requires just one hank of Triple Twist. FREE Pattern.
A fun patterned yoke pullover designed for Triple Twist.
A real winner to knit up with up to 6 hanks of Triple Twist.

Love Note Continues

Plus New KALs are ready

As Julia finishes her Love Note Sweaters, we are already planning for the
next KALS.
First up will be JoAnne with a Facebook Group Page KAL to make an entrelac Washcloth. I will lead you step by step through the project. All you need is one hank of Fantasy Naturale and size 7 or 8 needles. The pattern will be presented in the next newsletter, and I hope to begin next week. So get your materials ready for a fun fast engaging project. Plus once you learn entrelac you can try so many great designs.
Entrelac Washcloth
Takes less than 1 hank of Fantasy Naturale. I suggest you pick a print shade, as its more fun in this design than a solid color.
Entrelac Scarf
Entrelac Hat
Entrelac Cowl
Julia’s next KAL- to start in early November will be The Dustland Shawl by Stephen West. We will suggest DK weight yarns such as: Silky wool, Worsted Merino Superwash, Quaker Hill, Alba, or Neve. More info coming soon………