Thursday, September 2, 2010

New in the shop...

We have lots of new things in the shop.  We have some beautiful new yarns, patterns, bags and needles.  Here is a sampling of some of them.  We hope you'll come by to see everything and visit with us to plan your next project.

Barbara Williams knit up this gorgeous mitten with Ellyn Cooper's yarn.  The pattern is from 60 Quick Knits and is called Spotted Fair Isle Mittens.  Barb will be teaching a class in this coming up in the Fall.
We'll have this posted soon for you to sign up.

Sandee knit this gorgeous Mariposa Shawl using Southwest Trading Bamboo yarn.  In the lower border there are little beads that glisten and set the shawl off perfectly.  This shawl was knit as a commission piece.

We have a shop model in of Plymouth Yarn Company's Unisex Cabled Pullover.  There is also a cardigan knit in this same pattern.  The yarn used is Worsted Merino Superwash.  We have many new colors in of this deep, rich yarn.  Here are a sampling of some of them...

Closeup of cabled pattern...

Conjoined Creations has this new pattern out called... Year 'Round Jacket. The yarn used for this project is called Surf's Up and is made of soysilk and polyester.
Just in are Bryson Rosewood needles made in India.  These are very pretty needles.  This is a nice addition to your collection if you love to collect beautiful tools.
Schoppel Wolle made in Germany has come out with this new Flying Saucer yarn.  This is a unique colorway.  This skein is wound 2 strands at a time so when its dyed both strands, when you actually knit with it you get matching socks or mittens.

We have a selection of Urban Silk is that is made of silk and cotton.

A basketful of Plymouth Yarn Linen Isle made of cotton, rayon and linen.
Skacel Collection has this Urban Silk Lacy Wrap designed by Jackie Erickson-Schwietzer.

We also have some new Laurel Birch bags for your knitting.  

We hope to see you soon for all your new fall projects!

1 comment:

  1. Thanks Linda for the kind words on the Patches afghan I made. And the pictures turned out great. Just one minor correction, it's in the Mission Falls Wee Knits Book 1, not 3. Thanks a bunch!