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March 2011 Newsletter

 
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      How to Knit with Ruffle Yarn  
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Ruffle yarn seems to be all the rage this season, as many of you are preparing for the spring and summer months ahead. Although it has been snowing like crazy here in the high desert, several of our Beans have already started to bring out their lightweight yarns, in hopes of a knitting "spring dance" that just might bring out the sun! Jeanne, especially, has been gearing up for warmer days and was so curious about all of the ruffle yarn that has been flying out of our doors lately that she grabbed a skein of Katia Flounce yarn. Finding it a little tricky to knit with, she created this simple step-by-step instructional video on how to use this type of unique ruffle yarn! This knitting instructional video applies to any of our fun ruffle yarns we have to offer: Katia's Triana, Trendsetter's Flamenco, or Rozetti's Marina.

1. To begin, pull apart your ruffle yarn for about a foot or so in order to prepare for casting on and knitting.

2. Cast on by weaving your right hand needle through the ruffle yarn along the edge. You can determine the length of the interval between weaving-the longer the interval, the more pronounced of a ruffle you'll achieve. For this demonstration, Jeanne chose one inch of an interval between weavings and cast on six stitches. She cast on ten stitches for her scarf found on the project log.

3. Turn your project around to start the second row. Knit through as normal. There is no need to go needle to needle; instead, you can place your working needle in any "mesh" about an inch away from your first stitch. Wrap the yarn through and knit.

4. Since your cast-on row was woven, the next stitch will be twisted. Twist the stitch back and knit through. These twisted stitches will be every other stitch so repeat as needed. Since your cast on row was woven, you will only have to worry about twisted stitches for this row.

5. Woo-Hoo! You just completed your first two rows of your ruffle scarf! Now that you're a ruffle extraordinaire, continue knitting away until you get to your desired length.

 
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      Featured Kit :: The Horizontal Rib Hat  
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Horizontal Rib Hat

Berroco Sox Horizontal Rib Hat
Berroco Sox Horizontal Rib Hat
Was $13.00 to $31.95
Now from $10.40 to $25.56
(up to 20% off!)

For most of the country, winter isn't quite over yet-no matter how much we want it to be! So, we thought this would be the perfect time to make this great transitional knit, the Horizontal Rib Hat, as our featured kit of the month! Composed of simple garter and stockinette stitches, this knit is great for any skill level. You'll have it done in no time so you can get to wearing it for these last chilly weeks ahead.

Just because its getting warmer doesn't mean you have to stop wearing this hat, either! This hat is going to be my go-to knit for all of those camping and backpack outings I have planned for high up in the mountains this summer. I can already see myself wearing this around the campfire, making myself up a bowl of chili. Mmmm... Of course, at 20% off, it's easy to think of a million and one ways I can wear this hat!

 
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       Lorna's Laces Spring 2011 Colors  
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In our previous newsletter, we introduced a sneak peak of the brand new Spring 2011 Lorna's Laces colors. Now that we have all of the colors in stock and in every weight, we wanted to give them a proper introduction! The "Shenanigans" collection is the embodiment of the careless frivolity of spring and summer-the mischievous rabbits nibbling on your lettuce, the levity of birds and butterflies in flight, and the seemingly endless capers of spring days mingling with lingering frosts.

Shenanigans is the "namesake" color of the collection. The earthy shades of dark chocolate and rich gold are making me anxious to get my hands back in the soil while the cobalt blue and dark greens hearken to tiny sprouts and the blue skies of summertime! This is the perfect color for those Knitting Pure & Simple hiking boot socks I've been planning to make for my dad for Father's Day. Especially, since only two hanks of the Shepherd Worsted will get the job done!

Lorna's Laces Shepherd Sock Yarn
Shenanigans
$23.00
Lorna's Laces Shepherd Sock Yarn
Lorna's Laces Shepherd Sock - Hullabaloo
$23.00

Speaking of colors reminiscent of sprouts and emerging buds, Hullabaloo is next up in the new Lorna's color line-up! A spectacular arrangement of light greens, pale yellows, and just a hint of cerulean blue, this color is perfect for a whimsical pick-me-up scarf. I know I'm a wimp when it comes to indoor air-conditioning in the summertime and always have a scarf on hand when I'm going to the movies. One skein of the Shepherd Sock in Hullabaloo will be more than enough to make up Churchmouse's Barb's Koigu Ruffle Scarf, light enough to carry around in my purse when I don't need it!

Monkeyshines is a chic amalgamation of light tans and greys, stunning ivory, and elegant golds. Inspired by an emerging shift in home decor towards a more neutral palette of greys and golds, the gals at Lorna's came up with this polished and graceful color, perfect for sophisticated knits and crocheted garments to show off on romantic summery nights. Aileene loves this color in Helen's Lace and is contemplating knitting up the Wispy Cardigan by KnitBot in it! She'll only need one skein to make it, too!

Lorna's Laces Shepherd Sock Yarn
Lorna's Laces Shepherd Sock - Monkeyshines
$23.00
Lorna's Laces Shepherd Sock Yarn
Lorna's Laces Shepherd Sock - Tomfoolery
$23.00

The brightest color of this collection is, by far, Tomfoolery, designed for the "inner child" in all of us. A fantastical concoction of radiant magenta, flaring yellows, and a splash of dazzling oranges and golds, Tomfoolery is the perfect color choice for those mischievous ones in your life. I know just the girl who's going to be receiving this adorable Sundress by Knitting Pure & Simple, done with only two skeins of the Shepherd Worsted, with a little bit left over to make a matching hat!

Last but certainly not least, is Kerfuffle, a gorgeous semi-solid color of rich purple, deep grey, and just a spalsh of dark ocean blue that makes my mouth water everytime I see it. I'm reminded of those plump plums that are just waiting to be eaten off of my tree in the summer months ahead. This is the perfect color choice for light-weight cardigans and sweaters, such as the Ravinia Cardigan by Indiegirl. Shown in Shepherd Sport in the Kerfuffle color, you can see just how spectacular this blend works up!

Lorna's Laces Shepherd Sock Yarn
Lorna's Laces Shepherd Sock - Kerfuffle
$23.00
No matter which color you choose, you're bound to find your next favorite Lorna's Laces color! Each colorway is available in the following weights:
Helen's Lace, Lion and Lamb, Shepherd Sock, Shepherd Sport, and Shepherd Worsted.
 
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      Universal Yarn  
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Universal & Rozetti Yarns

Universal Yarns is the latest addition to our Jimmy Beans family and we're so excited to start carrying these fashion-forward gems! Hailing from Jimmy's hometown state of North Carolina, Universal Yarns is an incredibly friendly company geared towards bringing high-quality yet affordable yarns of exceptional beauty, color, and softness. Not to mention, they have a fabulous array of fashionable pattern support to boot. Their motto is "Knit, Relax, Smile. Repeat!" and I couldn't agree more, especially now that I'm able to see and touch all of their yarns in person!

Classic Shades is a wonderful blend of acrylic and wool that is both soft to the touch and pleasing to the eye. With a generous 197 yards to a ball, this worsted weight yarn is more than enough for a fun one-skein hat or scarf. Be sure to check out the great variety of self-striping color-ways that are available. Plus, since its machine washable, how can you possibly go wrong?


Beautiful yarn is, of course, backed up by an awesome array of patterns for the entire family! The Mountain Shades Pullover is a fun experimentation with geometry and self-striping colors, while the Gatsby Gal pattern is a three-in-one hat, cowl, and scarf set with a unique cabled design featured on all three! The really neat pattern book, Classic Shades Kids, is geared towards patterns for toddlers up to teens. The Henley Hoodie is a perfect quick knit to get off your needles and onto your favorite little one in no time! While The Cool Kid Cardi may be the answer to that fussy teenager who refuses to wear anything you want to make them! This pattern also includes women's sizing so you can make your own to match!

Aside from Classic Shades, we also have two yarns distributed by Universal Yarns from a smaller yarn manufacturer, Rozetti. Marina is the newest ruffle yarn in our line-up, offering a fun and bright palette of variegated hues. I particularly love the color Carnivale, it's just too fun not to pass up on knitting up a scarf in this colorway! Universal Yarns has provided a great amount of free patterns on their website with this yarn and, of course, we had to make some kits up for you! Be sure to check out the One-Skein Scarf, as well as the Cakewalk Scarf for some fabulously fun ideas!

Soft Payette is another unique yarn brought to you by Rozetti. An acrylic and polyester blend, this DK weight yarn actually has sparkling sequins already knit into the fiber! All you have to do is find that perfect project and start knitting away! Of course, there's more than enough free patterns to get your inspiration rolling such as the fun and fresh Beach Sarong and the elegant Feather and Fan shawl. Be sure to check out the Seagrass pattern, as well, which showcases a few different ways you can pair this yarn with other fibers.


 
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      New Items: Yarn, Notions, and Patterns  
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What's New?

We've got a few new yarns, patterns, and things to update you on... we hope you find the update helpful!

Crystal Palace Sausalito Yarn
Crystal Palace Sausalito
$9.40
This beautiful 2-ply yarn is available in several gorgeous self-striping colorways that keep projects interesting from start to finish! A tweedy visual texture gives the machine washable merino and nylon blend added depth making it the perfect choice for a wide array of fingering weight projects! Be sure to check out all of our great kits (with free patterns!) such asthe Slip Stitch Hat or the lovely crocheted Shell Stitch Shawl!
Prism Yarns Cool Stuff Half Hank Yarn
Prism Yarns Cool Stuff Half Hank
$52.00
I can't help but love Prism's funky take on colors and adventurous fiber fusions so, of course, I was giddy as a schoolgirl as soon as I knew we were carrying Cool Stuff and Wild Stuff. It's hard not to feel inspired with the rotating blend of color and fiber-grab a half hank of Wild Stuff or Cool Stuff for a frolicking scarf or hat or knit up a full one for an inviting wrap that will instantly be the talk of the town. What's the difference between the two? Besides from color choices, Cool Stuff is composed of non-animal fiber sources for the more sensitive knitters, while Wild Stuff offers wool, alpaca, and mohair blends.
Vogue Knitting International Magazine Books - '11 Spring/Summer
Vogue Knitting - '11 Spring/Summer
$6.99
The latest issue of Vogue will get you really excited for the spring-summer knitting season (I know it has for us)! In the same signature and chic style that Vogue is famous for, this issue offers refreshing and innovative summery designs that will never go out of style. Airy and incredibly light, the Drape Neck Top knit out of Cascade Sierra will be the perfect top to pair with festive skirts and comfy pants. Or, try the Cropped Tank Top, done in the fabulous Manos del Uruguay Serena, for an immediate tropical feel. For those more adventurous knitters out there, the Rowan All Seasons Cotton Hooded Jacket has got you covered from its eyelet body to interesting pattern detail.
Susan Bates Seaming Pins
Susan Bates Seaming Pins
$2.40
It's always so exciting for us to receive new notions and to see what new item is going to make my knitting life easier. Susan Bates' Seaming Pins did not fail to get more than a few us excited around here in the shop! To be honest, I usually steer clear from patterns with seaming instructions but these pins will give me that extra push to knit without fear! Arriving in a set of 24, you'll have more than enough pins to secure down your garment. Just place the pins along the edges of the garments to be seamed together and you'll be wearing it in no time at all!
Be Sweet Bamboo Yarn
Be Sweet Bamboo
$11.00
Life just got a little sweeter with Be Sweet's Bamboo yarn. A pure bamboo blend, this fiber is the perfect choice for those with senstitive skin or who are allergic to wool. I would love to knit this adorable baby blanket and hat combination for my friend's newborn with this yarn. Looking to make something for yourself? The Swing Cardigan has already been a very popular design with its generous length and sumptuous feel. Or, simply pair the Bamboo with another one of your favorite Be Sweet yarns to make a piece of art to wear, such as the Magic Ball Hat!
PolarKnits The Sock Doctor
PolarKnits The Sock Doctor
$7.98
If you're at all like myself, you tote around books, patterns, and tutorials when you're on the go and away on vacation-just in case you forget how to do that odd cast-on technique that you can never seem to remember. Polarknits has made your life a tad bit easier with the portable Sock Doctor! Sock knitters will delight in this nifty keychain shaped in no other than a colorful and cute sock! On one side is a "map" of the sock and the other gives the Kitchener stitch. Just hook it onto your bag and travel in confidence!
Trendsetter Cherie Yarn
Trendsetter Cherie
$8.50
Add a bit of sparkle to your stash with Trendsetter's Cherie yarn. A worsted weight yarn at 100 yards a ball, this unique poly and cotton blend has a metallic streak spun into it to add sparkle and pizzazz to just about anything! Pair with Trendsetter's Flamenco for a fabulously fun ruffle scarf or wear by itself for a delightful and lightweight cardigan. Each variegated colorway contains a spectacular blend of colors and once you get a hold of one, you'll never want to let go!

Wool Watcher A few balls of Cherie will be going up on Wool Watcher on Friday, March 23rd! Be sure to stay tuned so you can try this yarn for yourself at a fabulous price!
della Q The Que - Cotton (Limited Edition) Accessories - Turquoise Vines (165-1-091)
della Q The Que Cotton - Turquoise Vines
$48.00
Della Q has issued another limited edition cotton print for their Que needle cases! Adorned with a whimsical brown and blue print of daisies and vines, this case is sure to impress even the non-knitters out there. The Cotton Que offers twelve pockets to store as many circular needles as you need, while each pocket has an additional flap to store smaller needles, notions, and whatever you can think of! Spring cleaning is here and those stray needles need a stylish home to travel with you on vacation this summer! :)
 
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      Crochet Corner  
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Welcome to a new permanent section of our newsletter: Crochet Corner!

Mission Falls 1824 Wool Estival Shawl
1824 Wool Estival Shawl
Was $44.80 to $49.80
Now from $35.84 to $39.84
(up to 19% off!)

Get hooked! Each newsletter will now be featuring "Crochet Corner", where we will be paying homage to the hook! A spotlight on fun and exciting new kits, books and patterns, and featured tutorials, make sure to check back in order to get your fill of all that is crochet! To get started, we want to introduce our first crochet kit of the month, which we are very jazzed up to offer alongside our regular "knit" kit of the month!

The Estival Shawl is a glorious lace-like shawl which you'll want to wrap yourself in any month of the year! Layer it with warmer garments for colder weather or wear it with a nice summery dress for those breezy nights; however you wear this elegant shawl, you're bound to fall in love with its versatility, open-work patterning, and oh-so-soft wool. The Mission Falls 1824 Yarn has unfortunately been discontinued, so we recommend acting now before its all gone!

Don't know how to crochet and want to learn more? Check out our various array of great crochet instruction books such as Susan Bates' easy-peasy My Crochet Teacher or Stitch n' Bitch The Happy Hooker, a tell-all guidebook complete with funky and fresh patterns to try out your skills!
 
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      Sale Update - Zitron, Muench, and Much More...  
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Lots of yarn on sale, but we wanted to highlight a few of our favorites...

Save up to 49-50% on Zitron Samoa Yarn

Just in time for summertime knitting, Zitron's Samoa Solid and Samoa Multi are here and on sale! Available in a rich array of fun solid colors and in one intense multi-colored sunset combination, Samoa is made up of a mercerized cotton which makes for incredibly sturdy garments, such as tanks, dresses, and summery cover-ups for the beach! Or, just grab a few balls to knit up a fun market/beach bag or yoga mat carrier!

Zitron Samoa Solid Yarn
Zitron Samoa
Solid

Was $6.95
Now $3.48
(49% off!)
Zitron Samoa Solid Yarn
Zitron Samoa Solid
Was $6.95
Now $3.48
(49% off!)
Zitron Samoa Solid Yarn
Zitron Samoa Solid
Was $6.95
Now $3.48
(49% off!)
Zitron Samoa Multi Yarn
Zitron Samoa Multi
Was $7.95
Now $3.95
(50% off!)
Save 50-54% off on select Muench Muench and GGH Yarn!

Back by popular demand are Muench's New Marabu and GGH Nevada. New Marabu is a tremendously fun eyelash yarn with enough color and glitter to spice up any project you might have in mind. Pair it up with one of your favorite ribbon yarns or a nice cotton blend for a summery and lightweight scarf or bedazzle any knit by adding a fabulous trim around the collar!

For an ultra-quick knit, Nevada is a fabulous yarn at a great price! As rugged as our mountains here in Nevada, this yarn is the perfect choice for warm scarves, hat, and gloves but will also make for scrumptious blankets and fun stuffed animals!
Muench New Marabu Yarn
Muench New Marabu
Was $7.00
Now $3.50
(50% off!)
Muench New Marabu Yarn
Muench New Marabu
Was $7.00
Now $3.50
(50% off!)
GGH Nevada Yarn
GGH Nevada
Was $10.90
Now $5.00
(54% off!)
GGH Nevada Yarn
GGH Nevada Yarn
Was $10.90
Now $5.00
(54% off!)
Save up to 50% off on all Misti Alpaca patterns!

In order to make room for all of our new Misti Alpaca yarn that has just arrived to us (stay tuned for our next newsletter to learn more), we're putting all of our Misti Alpaca Patterns on sale! From stunning crocheted capelet sets to rustic men's vests, you'll want to make sure you grab them all before they're gone!

Misti Alpaca Patterns - Diamond Flower Lace Top
Diamond Flower
Lace Top

Was $5.00
Now $2.50
(50% off!)
Misti Alpaca Patterns - Cross Strap Sweater and Scarf
Cross Strap Sweater and Scarf
Was $5.00
Now $2.50
(50% off!)
Misti Alpaca Patterns - Unisex Classic Zip Jacket
Unisex Classic Zip Jacket
Was $5.00
Now $2.50
(50% off!)
Misti Alpaca Patterns - Jana - Lady's Jacket
Misti Alpaca Patterns - Jana - Lady's Jacket
Was $5.00
Now $2.50
(50% off!)
Lorna's Laces Green Line Dk and Worsted: Save 50%

Each week, we'll be getting new colors of the Green Line DK and Worsted from Lorna's Laces and we'll be selling them at 50% off. If you see a color you like, grab it quickly because once we sell out, we're out! Here are a few of the colors we have in stock this week:

Lorna's Laces Green Line Worsted Yarn
Green Line Worsted - Watercolor
Was $20.00
Now $10.00
(50% off!)
Lorna's Laces Green Line Worsted Yarn
Green Line Worsted - Lakeview
Was $20.00
Now $10.00
(50% off!)
Lorna's Laces Green Line DK Yarn
Green Line DK - Amish
Was $15.00
Now $7.50
(50% off!)
Lorna's Laces Green Line DK Yarn
Green Line DK - Watercolor
Was $15.00
Now $7.50
(50% off!)

Sale Alert! We have just received a very large shipment of discontinued Lana Grossa yarns. We will be putting all of these yarns-yes, you heard right- on sale. We will slowly but surely be taking photos of them all so stay tuned for our next newsletter in order to learn more about all of these great Lana Grossa yarns that you can score at a fantastic sale price!

 
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      On Our Needles...  
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Here's a tiny sampling of our handiwork this month...!! Click on any of the thumbnails to take a closer look or check out all of our projects!

Chunky Scarf
Chunky Scarf
Once Prism's Wild Stuff arrived in our shop, Sandy brought in all of her fun knits that she made with this yarn for a show and tell! This scarf was actually knit with a chunky version of Wild Stuff and a chunky Noro yarn but she says it'd be fabulous with the regular Wild Stuff or Cool Stuff yarn! You can even grab two hanks and double strand it and/or pair it with our newest Noro heavy worsted yarn, Nobori for a deliciously striped scarf! Sandy used her own pattern: Cast on three stitches, increase right and left until it's the width you want. Knit straight for length and decrease at the beginning of each row!
Sandy's Wild Stuff & Touch Me Shawl
Sandy's Wild Stuff & Touch Me Shawl
Sandy was more than happy to model her Wild Stuff and Touch Me Shawl for us the other day! She used one full hank of the Wild Stuff for the body and one ball of Muench Touch Me for the fringe and this eye-popping shawl was the talk of the shop for the entire day! With Wild Stuff's fun rotation of different fibers such as mohair and wool and the variegated nature of the color blends, Sandy had a blast knitting this shawl up! She used her own pattern but no fear! It was really easy: Cast on twenty stitches. Increase the 1st stitch on each side as you go until you run out! With the Touch Me, she did the crab stitch around the top and added fringe at the bottom!
Kathy's Annabella's Cowl
Kathy's Annabella's Cowl
Kathy made this gorgeous Annabella's Cowl for her mother-in-law and it turned out great! She actually finished this cowl up at our team meeting last week and we had to interrupt Laura in the middle to applaud her efforts! :-] Kathy doesn't think she's particularly creative but I think her unique combination for this cowl proves differently! Using one hank of squishy Lorna's Laces Honor in Charcoal and one ball of Lana Grossa's Chiara in Lime, this cowl is super soft due to the Honor and full of glitter and shine because of the Chiara! She also shortened the length of the cowl so it wouldn't be too droopy!
Zapata Hat
Zapata Hat
One of our customers from New York, Claudia, made this gorgeous hat for her significant other, Barry. The pattern is called Zapata and it is found in Jenny Watson's book Mirasol Designer Mini Knits. What a versatile hat that could be made for any gender or age! Using only two hanks of Mirasol's Miski, Claudia knit this cabled beauty up in no time! I hope Barry appreciates it just as much as we do!
Botanic Hat
Botanic Hat
I found this really neat reversible beanie to knit for my boyfriend by none other than Stephen West and bought a skein each of two different colors of the Malabrigo Rios since its machine washable. When I downloaded the pattern, I kind of thought it was going to be above my skill level but so far it's very simple! You just alternate the colors every row and slip a purl stitch on the CC color to make the ribs pop on the outside.
Fair-Isle Kenning Mitts
Fair-Isle Kenning Mitts
Once I saw these fingerless gloves, I immediately fell in love! I've never even done fair-isle before but once I cast on I realized how easy it is-as long as you pay attention that is! The pattern originally called for a DK weight but since I LOVE variegated yarns, I thought it would be really neat to have the leaves and flowers as a color changing yarn. Plus, I have freakishly small hands. I chose two colors of the Mini Mochi by Crystal Palace paired with a Mini Solid in white. I decided to stay at a US 2 since I do have such small hands-so I'd suggest going up a size or two if you want to use a fingering weight yarn.
Mara Shawl
Mara Shawl
It's finished! We've all been admiring Kristen's latest creation that she's been wearing around the shop. The Mara Shawl is a free pattern found on Madelinetosh's website and Kristen switched out the Tosh Worsted for Tosh Merino Light instead. She used the color Posy and US 5 circulars and...wow! I keep thinking that Mother's Day is coming up and I know my mom would love one of these in Wisteria!
Amber's Helmet Liner
Amber's Helmet Liner
Once Sandy showed up to work with one of these Helmet Liners that she knit for Nicole's husband, CJ who is in the army, Amber knew it would be the perfect gift for her now fiance! She was finished in no time at all and this helmet liner has kept him warm even on the coldest of nights while he's jetting around on his scooter. A free pattern found here: Knitted Helmet Liner, you could make one for those who ride bicycles, ski, or any outdoor activity that will keep his/her head warm since it fits both genders just fine! Or, make a few and send to the address listed on the site to give to much deserving soldiers!
Waves of Leaves
Waves of Leaves
Victoria has done it again! Falling in love with the February Lorna's Limited Edition color, Festival of Love, she grabbed two skeins of the Honor and started knitting away. She chose the Waves of Leaves shawl pattern found on Ravelry.com and wow! It's one of the softest shawls I've touched and the design really makes the colors pop!
Sawyer's Hat
Sawyer's Hat
How adorable is this?! This pictures goes to show that Huck's More Than One Size Earflap Hat is truely a design for all ages...from adults to itty bitty babies! One of our customers, Dorothy, sent us this oh-so-cute photo of her finished Huck's Hat for her grandson, Sawyer. She knit this hat up using only one skein of the Misti Alpaca's Landscape Collection, in the colorway Pride Rock.
 
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