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This beautiful yarn has an amazing soft handle and although it is light-weight, it appears dense when knitted, thus creating perfect looking colorwork and stitch designs. Blended from the finest baby alpaca and merino wool in a chain construction.
84% Baby Alpaca, 8% Merino, and 8% Nylon, each 50g ball contains 120 yards and knits up at 20 stitches per 4 inches on a US 9 needle.

Tosh DK is a 100% superwash merino wool, available in many luscious, glazed solid colorways, with a generous 225 yards per skein. Working up at a versatile light-worsted gauge, Tosh DK is perfect for sweater and accessory projects. Each squishy soft skein is hand-dyed and machine washable. 

As an annually renewable natural resource, the Rowan Purelife British Sheep Breeds wool is shorn and blended from classic British sheep breeds: Bluefaced Leicester, Black Welsh, Jacob, Suffolk, Shetland, Dark Grey Welsh and Masham. Spun into beautiful un-dyed shades and with its natural lanolin maintained, British Sheep Breeds Chunky is perfect for rugged outerwear designs.

Introducing the much anticipated Rowan Mystery Afghan Knit-a-long designed by Martin Storey. The first pattern will be published on the 17th of April and every week, until the 16th of June, another part of the afghan pattern will be released with making up instructions in the final week. The colors in the afghan are flexible to fit your taste, click here to see all of the possible color combinations.

Gleem is a gorgeous lace-weight blend of 55% Bluefaced Leicester Wool and 45% Silk. Gleem is hand-dyed using a special dying process, each skein is subtly unique. This yarn is well-suited for larger garments and accessories alike. With the perfect amount of silky sheen, definition, and drape, this yarn is will fit your lace-weight projects well!

This 3-week class will teach you how to knit the Fresh Till Cowl. You will leave the third class with a finished cowl, and the skills to be able to make as many more as you wish!  Classes are Tuesday August 12, 19 & 24 and September 9, 16, & 23 from 10:30 a.m. - 12 p.m.

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.
Smitty is the perfect slouchy hat, for long hair that needs to be tucked up in the volume of the slouch or for pixie cuts that need shelter from the elements. Click the image to see color options.
Pattern for the Koigu Ruffle scarf; knit with only 2 skeins of Koigu, as Churchmouse says: "Just Enough Ruffle!"



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!


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!
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!



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!


Beginning knitting class, every Wednesday 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!

"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.