Christmas in July: Mini Sweater Ornaments

Knit up these tiny sweaters to decorate your tree or gift packages this year! Each sweater is tiny at 2.5 inches tall and can be made in just a few hours.  They can be made up with scrap sock yarn but we made up some special kits for you at the store with Fairy Yarnmother […]

Felted & Beaded Bracelet

No knitting or weaving involved! In the first 2 hour class, taught by Susan, you will learn the process of wet felting fibers together into a fabric that can be manipulated and cut to size. You will love the movement of your hands and the feel of the wool fibers as they respond to soapy water to create the […]

Tool Box Hat

By using our little GumBalls by Knitted Wit you can create this wonderfully colorful hat with its unique square top and tassel! No decreasing necessary here! It takes 5 coordinating colors each morphing into the next color with the use of this very fun 8 row Diamond Tweed pattern. You may buy the pattern alone at knitch […]

Maradi

Kumihimo Definition

Kumihimo is a braiding technique that is used in the making of long decorative strands. These cords are used in a variety of decorative ways. Some people wear them as bracelets or necklaces. Others use them as functional laces or simply let them swing free. Basic strands are made by looping thread through the fingers […]

Gnomes with Jenni

Gnomes! Adorable! Who can resist these little fellas? Quick and fun to knit, they enchant everyone! We dare you to make just one. Knit in six easy pieces and stuffed with polyfil, these gnomes are perfect portable Summer knitting. Pattern: “Couple of Gnomes” by Tetyana Korobkova (available in-store from Ravelry individually, or as part of […]

WWKIP

  World Wide Knit in  Public Day                   June 9, 2018 Come join us on Saturday the 9th – rain or shine. Bring a portable chair and enjoy the sunshine or hunker down inside in case of rain. We will have goodies to share to be sure and some […]

Wet Felted Fingerless Mitts

This wet felting project is just right for beginners. Briefly, wet felting is the process of laying out wool fibers in a pattern and working them together with water, soap, and elbow grease to form a sturdy fabric. The scales on the wool grab on to each other as you massage the roving, and then as if by […]

Strickmich! Heaven & Earth

You all remember the Hitchhiker! Well the most prolific German designer, Martina Behm has done it again with her scarf of wonderfully textured diamonds. Susan will get you up and running with this light summer scarf in no time. She has chosen our Schachenmayer yarn, Tahiti which comes in wonderful gradient tones from greens to […]

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