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This kit is all that you need to make our Blowin' in the Wind beret. Includes pattern in protected sleeve, and two skeins of 50% superfine alpaca, and 50% peruvian wool; all you need is an E/4 hook!



Saturdays, February 6th, 13th, 20th, 2016. 2pm -4pm

Teacher - Charlotte


This class will teach you the basics of knitting a hat in the round.  You will learn how to knit with a circular needle, and finish the top of the hat on double-pointed needles.  You will also learn how to adjust your gauge and calculate stitches to make a hat to fit any size head, from baby to adult.

Koigu Painter's Palette Premium 100% Merino Yarn, also known as KPPPM, is a hand painted fingering skein of art that comes alive with every distinct colorway. We love to knit with this yarn that is spun and plied from the finest merino giving it a very springy feel on the needles.

Yarn Buddies are finely crafted  - 

Pattern for the Koigu Ruffle scarf; knit with only 2 skeins of Koigu, as Churchmouse says: "Just Enough Ruffle!"




Clean crisp linen fiber spun into a unique chain ply structure that knits into soft, airy garments which become softer with every wear.

The ribbed cuff and tie help them stay on even the most active of little feet. The pattern is written for your choice of three gauges, so you can use just about any yarn you like!



Malabrigo Rasta is our favorite superbulky yarn.  Each 150gram hank contains 190 yards of very soft 100% merino. 

Hand wash recommended: lay flat to dry


Beginning knitting class, every Saturday from 10:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.. Perfect for the absolute beginner who'd love to start learning how to knit, but doesn't know where to start. Bring a friend, make it a group event! Your fee covers any 2 Saturdays within the month

"Building in Color" is another carefully designed sequence of patterns aimed at introducing knitters to the wonderful array of stitches and techniques used in color knitting. 



Madelinetosh Chunky; an aran weight superwash merino perfect for sweaters, afghans and accessories. 

165 yards per skein, Madtosh Chunky knits at 14-16 stitches per 4" on a #9 or #10 US needle. Machine wash cold gentle, air dry flat


Chuppahs, canopies supported by four poles, are used in Jewish weddings to symbolize the home. Like the tent of Abraham, the chuppah is open on four sides to represent hospitality. The symbolic home is empty except for the new couple. Created by Kat Coyle for Interweave Knits, this lace chuppah kit is knit from the center out and bordered with deep fringe.


Was: $294.00
Now: $241.77
Made of little stuffed honeycomb shaped puffy pockets called "hexipuffs" You use leftover scrap sock wool; pictured in Koigu KPPPM, 1 skein of Koigu KPPPM makes about 12 puffs. This project is most rewarding if you knit it “on the go.” It’s so portable!




Plymouth Yarn brings us DIVERSITY - a sock yarn with no wool. 

Free shipping with this yarn for limited time

The easily memorized four row pattern creates the heirloom look and gives the knitter plenty of opportunity to fantasize about the hopes and dreams for the future addition. Click the picture to see the colors available and add to cart, including: lilac, apple, baby blue, primrose, clotted cream, and much more!