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Wednesday, January 04, 2012

Classes, New Patterns and Lots of Boxes

I finally got it finished. Here is the link to our class schedule. This is just the beginning. More classes will be coming including some workshops with Kate Atherley later in the spring.

I have lots of pretty pictures to share with you today. Spud and Chloe have new patterns available. The copies for the store left the US today and we should have them next week.

Leaf Blanket
4 hanks Outer
Envelope your precious little person the way nature intended. A little leaf cocoon is sure to please. Susan has done it again, designing a playful twist on an everyday blanket.
Jersey Pullover
Knit in Sweater
The quintessential men’s pullover, it will look and feel like his favorite sweatshirt only better. His number one sweater with a slight v-neckline and simple stripes on the sleeves, just the place to wear your team colors.
Folk Story Cardigan
7-9 hanks of Sweater
A lush lace dances across this sweet cardigan. Worked from the bottom up, with straightforward shaping, and a sweet boat neckline. This is sure to be a favorite.
Esther's Tunic
Knit in Sweater
This sporty tank has vintage appeal with updated details and a modern palette. Knit in one piece with minimal shaping, this shell will certainly add a splash of fun to your style.
Easy Tee
3 - 4 hanks of Fine
Knit in Fine, this top’s construction is sure to make you marvel. Knit in one piece, folded at the shoulder and seamed, you’ll want to knit this girlie sweater in several colors. Make it your own with stripes or intarsia, the possibilites are endless. Easy to make, easy to wear. 
Talitha Scarf
Three skeins of Outer.
Outer takes lace and turns it on its head! This toasty scarf cannot be beat, pairing chunky yarn and a girlie lace stitch; a playful twist on tradition.
Ms Canada Post came in today with many, many boxes.

Lorna's Laces-9 colours of Shepherd Sock

madelinetosh-4 boxes of merino, merino dk, dk and sock

I have a few finished garments to get pictures of. Hopefully we have a nice sunny, fairly warm day tomorrow so I can take them outside. Thanks to Diana and Wannietta for the beautiful garments.

The hockey game last night didn't go as expected. When the score reached 6-1 we changed the channel. A while later I asked Beth to go back to the game and it was 6-5. What the heck was going on? The last minute was exciting but the outcome was sad.  The only good thing about last night was that lots of knitting was accomplished.

New Revenge tonight. It is a happier evening at my house.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Oh my...the leaf blanket....too cute.
Trina

Lois Evensen said...

The patterns are all great - very fresh with new twists to them. It's nice to see something different.