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- For 2022 Wonderland Yarns has taken their De-Stitch-Nation yarn tour into the literary world! Full of mystery and adventure, they’ve plotted a course to Neverland, Narnia, and beyond!We still have a few of the 2021 De-STITCH-Nation kits left in stock. These come with a postcard that inspired the colorway, a steamer trunk sticker, the yarn, and the pattern to make these great patterns and more. If you missed any check them out before they are gone.These colorful hats are a good way to get started with colorwork. Choose between the diamond and triangle designs - each one uses equal amounts of each of four colors.Don't forget to reserve your spot for our knitting retreat coming up this summer. Imagine sitting by the ocean on a warm June day with all your best-knitting friends and some of the most well known names in the business. We will have classes on specific projects and on specific skills. You pick what you are interested in.Aeque (Latin for equally), designed by Hilary Smith Callis, is a pretty gradient cowl designed to mimic the look of an asymmetrical triangular shawl wrapped around the neck. Beginning with one stitch, Aeque is worked flat from side to side in Stockinette stitch with a simple stripe sequence that blends together 5 colors of fingering weight yarn. One little seam up the back joins it together. Aeque is a fun and quick knit that is perfect for using up small amounts of fingering weight yarn.Devin is a free wrap pattern from Berroco.
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The December fiber from the Maine Fiber Club was Gotland, from my own hometown of Windham, Maine. Casey describes Gotland like this in her Etsy shop: This Gotland is from The Gray Sheep in Windham, Maine. Gotland is a medium-fine … Continue reading
October is CVM-Romeldale at the Maine Fiber Club. This was much more fun for me to process than the Coopworth. I carded it into pretty rolags. The one fleece has mostly black/gray, but also some browns and whites. The first … Continue reading
The September Fiber in PortFiber’s Maine Fiber Club is Coopworth. I hand combed this fiber after a brief tutorial from Casey. (Thank you!) I found that hand combing fibers really hurts my hands. Not sure if I’m doing something wrong, … Continue reading
Here are some final glamour shots of my finished products. Makes me smile. Romney – before and after Angora – before and after Valley Yarns Northampton – before and after Goldenrod results Coffee results