February 14, 2023
I highlighted the #FiberuaryChallenge and #28DaysOfYourLYS Instagram challenges last week, and this week we want to share @DarciDoesIt's #28DaysOfBlackKnitwearDesigners. Each of her reels introduces a different designer, gives an overview of their work, and highlights a few of her favorite patterns. I've shared them to Yarn Folk's Instagram stories, but give Darci a follow--her enthusiasm is a joy.
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In-store shopping: masks are optional (but welcome and appreciated).
Join us around the big table for a couple of hours of convivial stitching.
Schedule changes related to winter weather will be posted on the door if possible, as well as on Instagram, Facebook, and Google. If roads are crummy on a Saturday, opening time will likely be delayed until 11:30.
Pattern here. This KAL will be self-directed, but please feel free to join in on Saturday social stitching, or to reach out for assistance. The beginning steps are well-designed and explained, but the cardigan starts out a bit differently than most, and I am happy to field questions! Recommended gauge is 20 stitches / 4"--lots of options will work for this! (Lore, Loch Lomond, Tosh DK, Encore, Lanas, Ultra Wool, Rios, Forge, Woolstok...)
Yarn Folk is excited to be offering Pacific Knit Co.'s Doodle Card Decks! These are such a cool tool for creating your own stranded colorwork designs, and in addition to the 52 chart cards, there are "recipe" cards with instructions for standard and infinity cowls. Designer Jamie Lomax also had some very pretty stickers, so I bought some of those, too!
There's also some new washi tape (great as an alternative to highlighter tape--or just for decorative purposes) from Cheery Human.
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