Wednesday, September 23, 2009
Posted by Anneke at 3:45 PM
Sunday, September 20, 2009
We were honored to have Andi and some of our customers bring in some of their works in progress, and some of their finished pieces. Very inspiring! Here are photos of Diane's progress, she is almost finished.... on her Bobbi's Garden Hexagon Blanket. And of Hara's finished Geometry blanket, knitted in the Araucania Itata. I want to make both of them!!
Posted by Anneke at 4:49 PM
Thursday, September 10, 2009
We hope that you had a wonderful Labor Day Weekend! We had a very, very busy one and we got a chance to see lots of you over the course of the weekend and catch up with you. It was wonderful. Some faces we had not seen in a while Lynn, Sam, Diane, Janice, Barbara, Gabriela, Maria Rosario, Michael, it was nice to see you all again! We also had a very nice BBQ party on Monday, Labor Day, despite the rain... Thank you so much to all who contributed to our potluck event! We didn't have such a large turnout for our party due to the weather and other activities everyone had planned for Labor Day, but those of us who were there had a wonderful time!
Well, we have some fun things planned for this upcoming weekend as well. Andi will be teaching a class on the gorgeous Ishbel Shawl designed by Ysolda Teague photo in last post. You can purchase this pattern on line and bring it with you to the class. The class will be from 11:30 - 2:00, and is $25. We have a beautiful Ishbel Shawl sample in the store, knitted by Megan, come in and check it out so you can get inspired for the class.....
Starting at 3:00, Andi will be available for a couple of private classes, at $20/hour as usual. Give us a call if you would like to set up some time with her.
On Sunday September 13th, we will be starting a Sock KAL, planned by Ann and Anita, here is what they have to say about it:
Posted by Anneke at 9:30 AM
Wednesday, September 9, 2009
Join Andi on Saturday from 11:30 to 2:00 for a class on the beautiful Ishbel Shawl designed by Ysolda Teague. If you are a member of Ravelry, purchase and print out your pattern and bring it along to the class. We have lots of wonderful yarns in stock that would be just perfect for this project! The Gatsby which we knitted our sample in, the Araucania Itata or Ranco, the Blue Heron Yarns, Great Adirondack Yarns, Helen's Lace from Lorna's Laces.... the possibilities are endless....
Posted by Anneke at 7:21 AM