Monthly Archives: March 2016

Seeking home… Nominate your LYS!

Last fall Della made a trip to Vietnam to visit her sewers and to choose fabric for the Spring 2016 line.  While there she spotted this sweet little sheep and knew he had to come back to the United States with … Continue reading

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Guest Post: How To Choose The Right Yarn For Your Knitting Project

Ariel Altaras of Stariel Knits shares her thoughts on how to choose the right yarn for your project. Working at a yarn store, people often ask me how to pick yarn for their project. Sometimes the suggested yarn isn’t available, or isn’t exactly … Continue reading

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Spring Forward with this free pattern!

There Goes Peter Cotton Tail Pattern by Cornelia’s Granddaughter                                                Materials needed: • 110 yards of Cascade 220 yarn (worsted) • Stuffing (poly fill)Spring • 10 yards fingering yarn for pompom tail, eyes and mouth • Stitch marker • 1 set … Continue reading

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