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      Project Ideas — Knitting

      198 Yards of Heaven in Noro Miyabi

      198 Yards of Heaven in Noro Miyabi

      "198 Yards of Heaven" in Noro Miyabi

      In modern Japanese, the word Miyabi usually translated as "elegance," "refinement," or "courtliness" and sometimes to a "sweet loved one". Shandelin knit this beautiful shawlette appropriately named "198 yards of Heaven" when knit in Miyabi.
      Shandelin had this to say about the yarn, "I would have never picked up the yarn to knit a project with because it's so drab, reminded me of a rug. HOWEVER, after knitting with it, I love it! It is so soft and the color way is so pretty once it is knit up. I would totally knit with this again. It would make a beautiful sweater."

      Click Here For Free Pattern "198 Yards of Heaven"

      Noro Miyabi 

      100 grams, 272 yards
      65% Wool 25% Cashmere
      As of 4/13/2021 We have these three colors in stock

      "Montana Mountain" Cowl desgined by Andrea Mowry

      "Montana Mountain" Cowl desgined by Andrea Mowry

      Join us for a Knit-A-Long!

      We will start the KAL on Thursday, March 4th - but you can start at any time!

      We will be knitting the "Montana Mountain" Cowl designed by Andrera Mowry.  We have yarn combination suggestions available, or you can choose your own.

      Suzanne will be hosting a Virtual KAL group Thursday's from 11am to 1pm.  Or you can knit it on your own time and ask us for help anytime!

      Stop by or call during open hours to get your kit today!  Or email us for a virtual shop.  We will add you to our list and email you the VKAL ZOOM link. 

      We are open Wed, Thur, Fri, & Sat 10am to 6pm each day.


      "A Bow in the Sky" designed by Courtney Kelley

      "A Bow in the Sky" designed by Courtney Kelley

      "A Bow in the Sky" designed by Courtney Kelley

      This shawl is constructed as a half circle, based on the half-pi shawl method. A garter stitch selvedge of four stitches is worked at the beginning and end of each row. Each eyelet row doubles the number of stitches between the garter selvedges, plus one additional eyelet increase for symmetry. The lace edging is worked horizontally across the live stitches at the end.

      Knit in Kelbourne Woolens Perennial - NEW IN THE SHOP (full skeins and mini-skeins)  60% superwash Merino, 25% Suri alpaca, 15% nylon, 497 yds (454 meters) / 100 gram skein

      Click here for pattern and full details

      22 sts + 47 rows = 4″ (10 cm) in Slip Stitch pattern, after blocking.
      1 – 24″ (80cm) US 6 (4 mm) circular.
      1 – US 5 (3.75 mm) DPN.
      Check your gauge and adjust needle size(s) accordingly if necessary.
      2 ring markers, tapestry needle.
      48″ (122 cm) width across top, 17.5″ (44.5 cm) depth, 80″ (203 cm) outer edge.
      Basic lace, slipped stitches, stripes.

      "Log Cabin Blanket & Cushion"

      "Log Cabin Blanket & Cushion"

      "Log Cabin Blanket & Cushion" in Hayfield Bonus DK. We have 100 colors of Bonus DK in stock!

      Click here for the pattern.

      For details about Hayfield Bonus DK - we have 100 colors in stock! - and more pattern ideas click here.

      Part of our incredibly popular Hayfield Bonus range, this DK yarn is one of the softest, best quality acrylic yarns available. Bonus DK is available in 100 colours, perfect for knit and crochet colourwork and endless creativity. This easy to knit, easy-care yarn is machine washable.

      What's it like to work with?

      Surprisingly soft for a great value acrylic, this yarn is a joy to work with. A great addition to your stash.

      What is it best for?

      Ideal for both knit and crochet, this versatile double knitting yarn is perfect for the whole family. With a standard DK tension, Hayfield Bonus DK can be used for any double knitting pattern for knit or crochet.

      "Applegate Hat" by Brenda York

      "Applegate Hat" by Brenda York

      "Applegate Hat" by Brenda York for Berroco.

      This colorwork knitting hat pattern uses one color of Berroco Ultra Wool Fine and one of Berroco Millefiori Light to create a gorgeous swirling pattern. 

      Stop in to find your perfect color combination.  If we do not have exactly what you are looking for, we can have any Berroco yarn drop shipped directly to you for a $7.00 drop ship fee.

      Click this link for pattern and full details.  Summary of pattern requirements is below.

      Craft: Knit
      Skill Level: Intermediate
      Designer: Brenda York
      Approximately 20" around x 10" high
      BERROCO MILLEFIORI LIGHT (100 grs):  1 ball #6859 Viola (MC)
      BERROCO ULTRA WOOL FINE (100 grs):  1 ball #5301 Cream (CC)
      16" circular needles, sizes 5 (3.75 mm) and 7 (4.50 mm) or size to obtain gauge 
      1 set double-pointed needles, size 7 (4.50 mm)
      1 stitch marker
      Tapestry needle
      26 sts and 28 rnds = 4" in St st worked over chart on larger needles

      Create 3! Hats with 2! Skeins of Urth Worsted.

      Create 3! Hats with 2! Skeins of Urth Worsted.

      Create 3! Hats with 2! Skeins of Urth Worsted.

      Top hat with pom: "Chris' Basic Hat" (no pattern).
      Hat left: "Find Your Way Beanie" by Mandy Coffeen.
      Hat Right: "Urth Fair Isle Hat" by Molly Conroy with slight mod to make less "slouchy." 

      We used one skein of Urth Uneek Worsted and one skein of Urth Harvest Worsted to knit these three fun hats.  Each one looks different and unique!  Click the links above for pattern information. 

      Pictured below are the colors of Urth worsted we received in recently.