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- Continuing the 2021 De-STITCH-Nation Tour! Wonderland Yarns will journey to new and different exotic locales each month, with the yarn colorway inspired by vintage-esque travel posters. As we “visit” the destinations, we’ll explore everything from fiber traditions to mysterious occurrences to quirky and unique particulars of each place.It’s Local Yarn Store Day. If you have been wanting to learn to knit we have you covered! Click the link in our bio to find learn to knit kits and beginner knitting classes! Come join us. It’s a great community. 🧶💕🤩Happy Local Yarn Store Day! 🥰🎊🍾🤩🧶🧶LYD Day (weekend) starts tomorrow! 4/17/2021 is Local Yarn Store, but we will be celebrating both Saturday and Sunday with some awesome treats from our vendors.Countdown to LYD Day (weekend)! Next weekend 4/17/2021 is Local Yarn Store Day, but we will be celebrating both Saturday and Sunday with some awesome treats from our vendors.Countdown to LYD Day (weekend)! Next weekend 4/17/2021 is Local Yarn Store Day, but we will be celebrating both Saturday and Sunday with some awesome treats from our vendors.
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The Art of Fair Isle Knitting by Ann Feitelson I have always been intrigued by Fair Isle knitting. The intricate designs and awe inspiring colors seem rather intimidating. This book helped me better understand all that goes into a fair … Continue reading
Episode 25 of the Maine Yarn Podcast is now live. Show notes are available here.
The December 1 class with Bristol Ivy will be relocated to the Westbrook Public Library (800 Main Street, Westbrook, ME) in order to accommodate the expected group size. Bristol will be teaching us about shawl shapes. As noted before, there … Continue reading
The latest episode of Maine Yarn has now been published. We were recording “on the road”. Show notes can be found on the Maine Yarn page. Remember, friends don’t let friends knit drunk.
Thanks to Julie for the great sock clinic at guild today. Here are some of the needles that we were using today. I was using the Addi Flexi’s Here are some double pointed sock needles Or Julie liked 12” circulars