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Tuesday, October 18, 2016

Ashbury

There is a great scarf pattern on Ravelry from Rowan (and it's free). The pattern is calling for a yarn that I haven't met yet but you can knit the scarf with Kidsilk Haze.
This luxurious scarf, designed by Sarah Hatton, is great for adding a touch of elegance to an evening outfit during the cooler months.
Download the pattern...

It's never too early to start your Christmas shopping list. We have new accessories coming from Cocoknits. They should arrive at the end of the month.

Colored Ring Stitch Markers - Small
These are the mini version of our popular ring stitch markers. They are brightly colored and easily seen when marking rounds, increases, decreases, and stitch patterns. Stitch markers accommodate up to US 7 / 4.5mm needle.
Made of nylon coated steel, these markers attach to your Knitter's Keep or any magnet so that you can easily store and retrieve them. Included are 10 each of 6 colors.

Here is the size comparison between the new small markers and the original markers.

Claw Clips
These little toothed-clips grip your knitting during or before seaming. They are a discreet clear-matte so the emphasis stays on your yarn or project, not on the clip.


Large Stitch Stoppers
Colorful EVA foam plugs that slide all the way onto needles (not just on the tip) to secure your stitches. They also slip onto interchangeable needle cords to keep your stitches from sliding off while you try on your top-down garment or use your needles elsewhere.
Large Stitch Stoppers work for needles from US 9-15 / 5.5-10mm.

Small Stitch Stoppers
Colorful EVA foam plugs that slide all the way onto needles (not just on the tip) to secure your stitches. They also slip onto interchangeable needle cords to keep your stitches from sliding off while you try on your top-down garment or use your needles elsewhere.

Small Stitch Stoppers work for cords and needles up to size US 8 / 5mm.
Don't forget that we carry many other Cocoknits notions... 

The baseball game last night was very disappointing. Not a lot of knitting was accomplished. I hope they find their bats this afternoon.


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