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- See original post on @knitwityarnshop page To Our Wonderful Customers: Due to Portland's "Stay at Home Emergency Order" just issued this afternoon, our shop will be closed to the public until further notice. We will continue to fill phone and email orders as quickly as possible. And we are still offering free shipping on any order over $100. In addition, we are diligently working to upgrade our inventory and point of sale systems to allow us to offer online shopping and gift certificates! This will probably take a least a few weeks to implement, so please stay tuned. In the meantime, if you have the resources, we would love to ask for your help funding this upgrade. We had planned to get to this upgrade over time, as our income allowed, but the current situation is making this a priority. Please consider donating to our Go Fund Me campaign (link in profile) to help keep KnitWit alive. We are also moving forward with our Mira KAL as scheduled (link also in profile) so be sure to get your order in for your yarn soon. If you've already purchased yarn, watch your email inbox for a link to our private FaceBook page that will be the hub for our KAL. If you don't get a link in the next day or two, please send us an email (firstname.lastname@example.org) and we will look into it. Thank you, Jenn and Chuck Fleck . . . #portlandmaine #knitwityarnshop#Repost @elizabethsmithknits with @get_repost ・・・ Laguna, designed for @quinceandco Kestrel collection back in 2018, and one of my favorite samples to return home lately. Did you know that this 100% linen yarn is machine washable and dryable? You can even iron directly on it to get the edges nice and flat. I did a blog post a bunch of years ago that shows photos of Quince's linen yarn pre- and post- machine washing just so you can see the difference. I've put links in profile for that as well as the Ravelry page for Laguna 🌊 P.S. I named it Laguna after Laguna Beach, the city where my husband and I had our first date back in 2003, at a taco stand on Pacific Coast Highway ❤️ . . . #knitting #knittersofinstagram #quinceandco #quincekestrel #elizabethsmith #elizabethsmithknits #knittinginspiration
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Beatrice Perron Dahlen of Thread and Ladle will be a guest teacher at our February guild meeting! She will be teaching us about color theory in our knitting. Have you ever been unsure of how to choose colors for a project? … Continue reading
If you have been listening to the podcast, you’ve heard Julie subtly convincing me to start sock knitting. Well, this summer I knit my first pair of socks in a while. I used the book by Kate Atherly called Custom … Continue reading
Episode 20 of the Maine Yarn Podcast is now live and the show-notes are up. It is titled “Maine Yarn Cruise”, or just “Cruise” in iTunes for some reason. Enjoy!
The Lighthouse Knitters’ Guild will be back at the Windham Library this weekend. The library construction is finally done. Hope to see you all there!
Episode 19, “Kinda Maine-like,” is now available on iTunes or where ever you listen to podcasts.