Posted on Tuesday, March 15 2016 11:33:00 AM in 2015 by Jeremy Lehmann
Originally Published June 29, 2015
Melodia is a crescent-shaped shawlette with delicate eyelets and bouncy garter stitch. It's a perfect one-skein project to showcase your favorite fingering weight yarn. Our sample is knit with Esopus, from one of our favorites: Jill Draper Makes Stuff! This USA-grown, hand-dyed, superwash merino is springy and soft. The four plies lend durability and the round construction makes for great stitch definition. Perfect for socks, shawls, and sweaters alike! It's especially good for picky wool wearers, as it is next-to-skin soft and washable.
We adore these new Walker notions pouches made in San Francisco, California. The 7"x9" size combined with the gusset flat bottom make them a perfect organizing tool for all of your notions. Available in 9 colors, one of these would be easy to spot in your knitting bag!
If you missed out on our last shipment of necklace rulers...they're back! The Industrial Era was the inspiration for this great little ruler. These are made in Wisconsin from local hardwoods and are available in either a 2" or 4" length and hang from a vintage-toned 30-inch ball chain.
The teensiest scissors we have ever seen, these colorful snips have a generous handle size, are made with a super sharp blade and even have a silicone safety cover. Every knitting bag needs one!
A Note from Christina, Organizer of Threads of Kindness: