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Exciting Introductions from Blue Sky Fibers, Drop-In Knitting Classes, Garden Stitches and more!



 


Come Alongshore With Us!



Our very own Sarah Kelliher has just published one of her patterns, the Alongshore Cardigan (pictured above) in Knitscene's Fall 2019 Issue!  This sturdy and drapey layering piece will take you through the fall and winter in warm and snuggly style.  The Alongshore Cardigan is worked up in Blue Sky Fibers' Woolstok, a soft and durable workhorse made of 100% Peruvian Highland wool.  Woolstok comes in plethora of gorgeous colors (some pictured below).  The Alongshore Cardigan requires 2960 - 3700 yards of Woolstok.  

Be sure to stop by Wool & Grace over the long weekend to see the gorgeous sample of the Alongshore Cardigan, or click here to buy a bounty of Woolstok for this wonderful sweater!







Sophisticated Hues for Spud & Chloe Sweater

Baby trends have been shifting and new parents are asking for colors in cool neutrals and every shade of grey, so it's no surprise that Blue Sky Fibers has rounded out its palette of Spud & Chloe Sweater with 7 new sophisticated hues to meet this demand.  Colors like Powder Puff and Seahorse whisper pink and blue, while grey-ish colors like Olive You, Otter Pup, and Grape Stomp give that ever-popular grey a ton of dimension.  We've always loved Spud & Chloe Sweater for baby and kids' knitting - it's super soft and easy to care for!  But these new colors make it that much more desirable to knit some grown-up goodies with this workhorse yarn!

Making Plans from Fifty Four Ten Studios and the Puddle Jumper Poncho (both pictured below) are some favorite baby and kiddo knits for Spud & Chloe Sweater! Click here for a quick blog post on some of our favorite Spud & Chloe Sweater projects for wee ones.





Each skein of Spud & Chloe Sweater is 160 yards of hard-working and super soft yarn.  It's a blend of 55% superwash wool and 45% cotton and comes in a ton of colors ranging from sophisticated hues to happy brights.  Each skein is $17.95.  Click here to learn more and buy online!  








Drop-In Knitting Classes Start Next Week!

Our Drop-In Knitting Classes begin next week on Tuesday, July 9!  Summer's schedule puts us all over the place, and these drop-ins are designed to meet your needs.  Stop in Tuesdays through Saturdays from 10:30am - 12pm for drop-in knitting classes.  Regardless of where you are in your knitting, we will have our expert teachers available to help you learn the basics or a new technique. You can even sign up for our drop-ins online to secure your spot!  Each session is $20. 





Summer Friday Night Knitting Cancellation

This is a reminder that there is no Friday Night Knitting tonight, Friday July 5th, due to the holiday weekend.  

In addition, you can mark your calendars as there will no Friday Night Knitting on July 26 and August 2nd.  We'll look forward to seeing you next week (July 12) for more nighttime knitting!





Garden Stitches for the Summer

Something about beautiful summer days makes us want to stitch flowers and gardens in our needlepoint.  Luckily, we have a bounty of garden-themed needlepoint canvases at Wool & Grace.

Stitch up the beautiful English Landscape (pictured above) that is bursting with color.  This hand-painted needlepoint canvas from Kirk & Bradley measures 10"x13" on 13 mesh canvas and is $245.  Click here or the pic to learn more or buy online.

Or check out one of the many needlepoint kits from Elizabeth Bradley that feature robust, classic and beautiful florals.  The Anenome kit (pictured below) measures 16.4" square on 10 mesh canvas, and comes with everything needed to stitch up this beautiful canvas.  This inclusive kit is $230.  Click here or the pic to learn more or buy online.

And click here to see all of our beautiful, garden-themed needlepoint canvases available online at Wool & Grace!









Designer Crush: Tin Can Knits

This week's blog takes a long look at the amazing contribution of Tin Can Knits. This Canadian duo has been bringing beautiful knitting patterns, tips and tutorials into our knitting world for years. Their patterns are chock full of helpful learning tools so that novice and experienced knitters alike can gain more skills and add to their knitting toolbox.  

Click here to see a smattering of favorite projects from Tin Can Knits, and follow our lead by checking out the abundance of tutorials that accompany them.  



 

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