Looking for a fun project for a Christmas gift? Stop in at Yarns Sold and Told and see the adorable Fingerless Mittens kits from Mountain Colors. Their yarns are so vibrant and are available in such fun, fun colors. What a fun gift for that someone special on your list.
When I saw this beautiful mink year at market, it was love at first sight! You just can’t imagine how soft and wonderful a yarn can be until you have felt this yarn. Beyond gorgeous, it is truly a yarn to love. Drop in Yarns Sold and Told and see for yourself how wonderful mink yarn can be!
This shawl-in-progress that Marilyn is knitting is going to be one of her most beautiful creations! She is knitting with Kettle Tweed by Knit One Crochet Too which is a merino wool, baby llama, bamboo and donegal tweed. What a perfect combination of fibers for a perfect shawl.
When I saw this little child size bathrobe at Market this past summer, I knew I had to make it for my grandchildren for Christmas! It is the softest yarn I have ever touch. It is like knitting with a marshmallow! Drop by and see this robe that Connie Jo knitted for Yarns using Flutterby yarn. It comes in pink, blue, white and also pink dotted and blue dotted yarn.
You just have to check out the new Mushishi yarn from Plymouth Yarn Company. It is 95% wool with 5% silk so it is super, super soft. One skein has 491 yards and comes with a pattern on the label for the Mushishi Staircase scarf. Put this project on your knitting-to-do list!
Edgit Piercing Crochet Hooks
Set of 2 extra sharp Edgit Piering Crochet Hooks to use with fingering weight yarn or crochet cotton thread size #5 or #10. Ideal for crocheting around the edges of baby blankets, burp pads, aprons, pillowcases and more. Stop in today and check them out. Also check out the four accompanying books on crocheted edges: Fancy Crochet Edges, On the Edge Crochet, Lullaby Crochet Edges and Baby Shower Crochet Edges.
Connie Jo has just completed a great slouchy hat using Toowoomb from Ella Rae yarns. She found this variegated yarn to be enjoyable to knit with and there are several color combinations from which to choose.
You will find three wonderful new books at Yarns Sold and Told. Tanis Gray has a clever book showing the parallels between knitting a sweater and constructing a building. There are patterns for sweaters, wraps, mittens, shawls all inspired by famous architecture. Come explore what you can build.
Scarf Style 2 by Ann Budd has innovative as well as traditional scarf, cowl and shawl patterns using various weights and textures of yarns.
Fair Isle contains 20 fresh designs for classic fair isle knitting that are inspired from the British Isles. You will be able to create something unique while exploring Fair Isle technique.
Once again, Cynthia has found a great jewelry project for us to knit. There are two kits available from Deanna Vintage Styles and you may choose either the necklace or the bracelet. Of course, as adorable as this jewelry is, you may be like me and want to make both.