Here is some lovely Manos del Uruguay silk and wool (kettle dyed). Manos Del Uruguay was founded in 1968 by a group of women aiming to promote social and economic development in rural areas of Uruguay. The aim was to produce handicrafts using traditional methods to commercialize them for sophisticated markets. The craftswomen are the owners of Manos Del Uruguay and have set up a not-for-profit organization for rural women, they help them develop their communities without a need to leave their homes. They are grouped into 17 cooperatives, which spin, dye, knit and produce finished garments for sale throughout the world.
We are having a sale on Sheep Shop Yarn! We will not be carrying Sheep Shop Yarn as it will not be available any longer. We have a variety of colors in stock and it is all 35% off.
Mini Mochi New Arrival
We just received a shipment of Mini Mochi and Mochi Plus in. The colors are so rich and vibrant it is hard to decide which one to pick! Alot of folks in the shop are making scarves and socks out of this yarn.
Beth knit this beautiful Mariposa Shawl from Bamboo yarn.
Beloved Blue Layette
Mary knit this sweet layette set out of Plymouth DK Dream Baby. She used a pattern called Beloved Blue Layette by Carole Prior.
Frog Heaven Knitting
(expert mending & finishing)
(photo from cafepress.com)
We have exciting news! Darcy of Frog Heaven Knitting is available to do mending on hand-knits and finishing on your Unfinished Objects. Darcy is a beautiful knitter and designer that has recently started coming to the shop. Pricing for this service depends on complexity and materials needed. You can contact Darcy at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please leave your name and phone number so she can contact you directly. You can also leave a message for her at the shop. Darcy's work and mending skills are beautiful...(she recently mended a christmas stocking for a customer in the shop and the repair is invisible). We are thrilled to be able to offer this service to you.
Nicky Epstien Felted Bag Kits