Monthly Archives: November 2018

Podcast 289 – Jet Lag and Swag: Travel Knitting and New Notions

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New podcast episode alert! It’s peak travel season and we have all manner of tips, tricks, and tools to see you through. First up Stacey and Hannah share their best travel advice. Next, Alexis and Hilary talk about the new batch of exclusive fiber flair that will make your knitting that much more enjoyable no matter where you are.

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New Sock Labs for November!

Don’t you wish autumn weather lasted all year? With our new sock labs, those autumn vibes will linger well into winter.

With tones of chocolaty brown, rust orange, and a sea of blue and gray, these yarns embody all the warm colors of fall. They are begging to be knit into your new favorite snuggly garment. The Rita M Shawl would …

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New Yummy Winter Yarns

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Winter is coming; is your stash ready? If it’s not (I mean is it really ever?),  then we have some great news for you! Delicious, new yummy winter yarns are here to make life that much better. Rich neutral tweeds, bulky Superwash Merino, and ultra-luxurious handpainted Cashmere fibers are just a click away!

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Free Tucked Rib Dishcloth Pattern

Be thankful for what you have; you’ll end up having more. If you concentrate on what you don’t have, you will never, ever have enough.” – Oprah Winfrey

Yesterday in the US was Thanksgiving and if you were like many folks, I bet you had a lot of dishes to wash. If you are in need of a quick project to replenish your supply of dishcloths, we have the perfect project for you. Check out the free Tucked Rib Dishcloth pattern.

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12 Weeks of Gifting: Felted Bowls

Knit Picks Felted Bowls
We’re over halfway through our 12 Weeks of Gifting series, and from here on out the patterns will be requiring less and less time to complete (in theory).  As a person who is constantly striving to contain every aspect of her life in an organized fashion, I find that I can never have enough baskets, bowls, boxes, etc. …

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