The January newsletter of the Lighthouse Knitters’ Guild of Maine is now available on our webpage.
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- Contrasting colors and chevron stripes create a simple, yet striking infinity scarf from Wonderland Yarns. Purl ridges, worked sporadically, add pops of texture. With 1 4 oz skein and 4 1 oz mini skeins of Mad Hatter sport this infinity scarf is a simple and fun knit featuring stripes in a chevron pattern. The pattern is included as a QR code download behind the label.www.KnitWitattheShores.comGreat knits are like great art because they make us think differently, and the process of making can be even more revelatory! Showing us how we can look to, and beyond, our horizons when it comes to our craft, Pom Pom's 43rd issue is inspired by the work of women artists Etel Adnan and Hilma af Klint.Ístex is celebrating 30 years of Lopi with a very special pattern book, Lopi 41. And we are thrilled to have their trunk show with us for the next few weeks. Come touch and try on these beautiful sweaters. We are all stocked up on this gorgeous yarn, so come pick out your colors and cast on.Thanks for visiting us today and showing off your Lopi hand-knits! You all look amazing. ❤️🧶Did you grab your exclusive 2022 KnitWit project bag? These will not be re-made once they are gone. These large hand-made bags feature a dragon knitting with some lances. He was drawn by local artist Scott Nash of nashbox.
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