Friday, September 30, 2016

30 October 2016

Stephen West has done it again. 
Another MKAL (Mystery Knit-A-Long)
Westknits Mystery Shawl:
Building Blocks

The pattern will be released on October 7 via Ravelry. We will have a

Cast On Party 

here at the shop on
Saturday October 8.

The shop will be receiving a large shipment of

Prism Arts

which will be perfect for knitting this project. We will be glad to assist you in mixing and matching colors to come up with the perfect combination.

Thursday, September 29, 2016

29 September 2016

Still knitting as fast as we can making new models for the shop.

Just got in a new Berroco yarn: Noble. It's super soft and it super bulky. This knits on a US 17 and we have a great pattern that uses two balls for a fluffy and warm cowl. This is a quick to knit for those cold blustery day ahead.

Just a side note for those of you who like knitting the beaded Christmas ornaments. This will probably be the last year that I can get those kits. If you're interested in making more for your tree or for gifts you should hurry in soon.

I can't guarantee availability of color combinations.

Friday, September 16, 2016

16 September 2016

Remember KIP encourages others

September 17

on the store's porch

Show your knitting!

Refreshments will be served!

Wednesday, September 14, 2016

14 September 2016


Bring your knitting
for the

All day during store hours.

Treats and Iced Tea will be available.

Thursday, September 8, 2016

8 September 2016

We've been knitting up a storm trying to get more models finished for you to see. When they're on a needle and scrunched up they just don't look as nice and a finished, blocked piece of knitting.

We just got in a new yarn/kit from Trendsetter. This is an elegant wrap called Zig Zag Wrap and uses neutral colors of Lana Grossa Cool Wool. This wrap is easy to knit and will go with anything in your wardrobe.

I started knitting the Teeter Totter Shawl to see how it is formed. From the picture it was hard to see how they were working the colors. I have to say, it is interesting to knit and the start of the wrap it clever. To remind you, here's what it looks like.

Using Berroco Ultra Alpaca, this is going to be fun to knit.