Semi-Annual Clearance Sale -- New Markdowns!

July 26, 2022

Semi-Annual Clearance Sale -- New Markdowns!

This week, we're moving everything that was 25% off to 50% off, and remaining 50% off items will be 75% off. And there really is some great stuff still remaining. Additionally, you can find project ideas in last week's blog post.

Everything in the sale can be viewed here. Shop from the comfort of home, or hop in your air conditioned vehicle and come say hello.

Current open hours are Monday - Thursday, 7am-3:30pm, Friday 8:30am - 5pm and Saturdays, 9am-4pm.


In-store shopping: masks are optional (but welcome and appreciated). 
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…to learn (and do)

three red and orange skeins of yarn with the words "Yarn Folk talks"


CURRENT CLASSES & EVENTS

Semi-Annual Clearance Sale

In progress

Up to 75% off selected items. Most things are now 50-75% off. Help us make way for new fall merchandise!

 

In-Person Social Stitching

August 12 & 24

(2nd & 4th Saturdays of the month), 2-4 pm

August 17 

(3rd Wednesdays, May-October), 5-8 pm

 

 

Sailaway -- Olive Knits 4 Day KAL

July 1 - 31 Online events and giveaways continue!

More details at Olive Knits. Suggested yarn/color combinations on our 4Day KAL page and you can find sample sweater details in our May 17 blog post.

 

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...to anticipate


If you've participated in one of Casapinka's mystery knit-a-longs, you know that they are not merely a knitting project--they are an experience. You can view the pattern info (but no pictures--it's a mystery KAL) here, and browse kits here. We've chosen options at a variety of price points, and included a couple of plant-based options!

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…to inspire


As mentioned below, I improvised most of a crochet hat while hanging around at a race aid station, and I looked to Toni Lipsey for guidance on how to add ribbing to the brim of the top-down beanie. I knew she'd come through for me, as the crochet tutorials on her TL Yarn Crafts YouTube Channel are excellent, and I remembered the technique from making the French Press Cardi.

This technique (tutorial here) produces a look similar to knit ribbing, and when you go down a hook size, it also functions similarly. 

Photo includes a bit of lichen picked up along the way....

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...to stitch 

 

 

While I enjoy my side hobby of providing race support to my spouse during his ultra-running adventures, I always think I am going to get much more stitching time in than I actually do, and this year's Cascade Crest 100 experience was no different. I did crochet most of a hat (improvised), but I did NOT finish the Musselburgh hat as I thought I might, and I didn't even touch the Miles Shirt Jacket. Maybe I will finish both in our 100+ degree temps this week! 😂


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