We just re-stocked Tahki Donegal Tweed… including new bright colors! This venerable Aran weight tweed yarn makes gorgeous sweaters! Take a look at this one:
Want to knit a sweater but not sure where to start? Join Deborah’s Sweater Workshop starting February 11. She’ll help you through the process.
Six 2-hour classes; $65 + tax & supplies
Johannes in Shibui Merino Alpaca
Anatolia in Rowan Felted Tweed
Let’s make a sweater! Whether it’s your first sweater or a new sweater technique you’ve never tried, Deborah will guide you through the process. Because sometimes you just need some technical assistance and a bit of moral support to take the leap into sweater knitting. If you need sweater ideas, come in to take a look at our samples and patterns. We have plenty of ideas for you!
Deborah will appreciate if you provide your pattern a week or so before the class starts, so she can review it and be more prepared to assist you.
||7 to 9 pm on Tuesdays, 2/11, 2/18, 3/4, 3/11, 3/25, & 4/1
Meadow from The Fibre Company is a luxurious lace weight yarn. The 2-ply merino, llama, silk and linen blend is incredibly soft and perfect for lace as well as light weight scarves, shawls and sweaters. We have 14 of the 15 available heathered tones in stock.
Twin Leaf in The Fibre Company Meadow
Rowan (classic palette and quality) Pure Wool (100% superwash) Worsted (versatile 5 stitch/in): All 50 colors, all in stock!
The big bonus that comes with Rowan yarns are the gorgeous Rowan patterns, of course! I love the sweater on the cover of The Pure Wool Worsted Collection!
Rowan Pure Wool Worsted is our replacement for Cascade 220 Superwash because the quality of Cascade 220 Superwash has gone down since it started being manufactured in China. All Cascade 220 Superwash remaining in our stock (some made in Peru and some in China) is now 25% off.
Reywa Embrace is 100% Tibetan Yak. Yak down yarn feels fantastic. It is incredibly warm and soft. Because Reywa Fibers is a social enterprise using generated profits to bring transformation to Tibetan communities, its production and sale makes an incredible difference in the lives of the nomads who herd the yaks. Come feel yak if you haven’t.