Posted on Tuesday, April 30 2019 07:48:00 PM in 2018 by Meg Strong
Yearlong Knitalong: April!
Join us next Monday, April 1st, from 11:00 am until noon for the April installment of the Haus of Yarn Yearlong Knitalong; we'll be working on the Fealdan Shawl. This piece utilizes a technique of working short rows without wraps. Have no idea what we're talking about? Join us for the #yearlongknitalong and find out what the fuss is all about! See you Monday!
Manos del Uruguay Fino Mini Bundle paired with a full skein of Fino...or one of the Fino Mini Bundles paired with two skeins of Araucania Nuble.
For those of you working on (or wanting to start!) a block from our Afghan Block-a -Month Book, we'll be meeting at 1:00 pm on Monday, April 1st!
Swag from Nerd Bird Makery
We're now stocking allllll the goods from Nerd Bird Makery! We've long admired the work of Thao - owner of Nerd Bird Makery - and when we saw the call on Instagram for new stockists, we jumped and placed an order!
These totes are perfectly sized for loads of crafting projects and can pull double duty as your everyday tote for trips around town or to the farmers' market. Printed in Portland, sewn in San Francisco! 16 1/2" w x 17" h x 6" d.
(We weren't kidding when we said alllll the goods!)
Linen Stonewash Collection!
New from Berroco, this is for you linen lovers! Linen Stonewash is a must-see! This DK-weight, 100% linen yarn has a crisp texture that's dyed with a stonewash effect in a sophisticated, muted palette. The chainette construction of Linen Stonewash breaks up the normal new linen stiffness and creates a gentle sheen that you’ll love.
In tandem with Linen Stonewash's debut, there's also an amazing pattern collection to complement it! Here's a round up of a few of our faves:
- Odeleite tee - This simple tee is perfect for summer! Front and back are knit separately and seamed, with small, stylish keyholes at the bottom hems
- Arade poncho - Two panels of easy lace, knit and then joined at the shoulders to form a breezy poncho
- Ceira cardigan - This simple dolman-sleeve cardigan begins at the sleeves and grows to the body, joining in the center back