Scarf Yarns

Friday, March 31, 2006

needleemporium.com

The changes to the website are taking longer than expected but I have seen a preview and I think it will be great when done.

I have been working away on my throw. 33 of 93 squares done. I need to pick up the pace a bit but it should get done.

Last night we had a fun night at knitting class. Kris made a carrot cake (my favourite) and Kelley brought a tea pot, tea and even cut up some lemon. They even talked me into extending their lessons for another 4 weeks so that we can do it again.

The last of the new Rowan arrived today. Holiday is a loosely constructed chainette yarn in a cotton blend which knits on 10mm needles. The palette consists of beautiful muted shades including soft pinks, heathers and blues. The magazine for this yarn is called Tuscan Retreat.

4 comments:

Rhonda said...

Julie, maybe you could get some of those fun girls to come to our guild meetings!

Stitchy Fingers said...

Though I'm not too fond of so much green, your throw looks nice. I might like to try something like that. I visited your store a few years ago when I was staying with my sister, who lived in Ancaster at the time.

Is it just my machine or doesn't the to link 'holiday' yarn work?

Julie said...

The link for Holiday worked when I wrote the post but now it isn't. I have changed to a different link that should work. Blogger is sometimes slow in republishing posts so it might take until later Saturday night to show up.

Theresa said...

It's fun hearing of your adventures, Julie! BEAUTIFUL afghan! Maybe someday when I'm really motivated I'll take up doing something with my hands. For now, I have them plenty full!
I hope you, Julie, and Milo are doing well. :)