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Wednesday, January 04, 2017


Our next shipment from Frabjous Fibers should be arriving this week.

It's the rainbowload of Mini Skeins, oh yes. Four of our popular Mini Skein Packs are combined into one enormous, beautiful rainbow for a full-spectrum knitting experience! Twenty 1-oz Mini Skeins: combine them all for a large project, or spread them out over several smaller projects. The possibilities are truly endless!
Cheshire Cat fingering: 128 yards per 1 oz. skein, 2560 yards total
Infinite Stripes is a free pattern from Frabjous Fibers.
There are infinite versions of this scarf. Ours is designed to use one 4 oz skein as the main color, and one of our Mini-Skein Packs for the contrasting colors.

The result is a simple knit, with no-brainer color choices, and a fabulous drape that can be wrapped once or twice around the neck and is sure to go with everything.
Combo packs are in the shipment to make Infinite Stripes or Which Way (below - pattern purchased on Ravelry). The yarn is Mad Hatter - Frabjous Fibers sportweight 100% wool. As soon as the order arrives I'll post pictures of the special combo pack that they put together for us.
You’ll get somewhere quick with this engaging chevron stripe shawl made with one main color and five mini skeins. Attractive, slim stripes allow you to carry your colors along, so you’ll only weave in ends where you’ve moved on to the next mini skein. You’ll be able to get someWEAR in no time at all!
The Combo Pack is a full-size 4-oz skein with a coordinating Mini Skein Pack of five 1-oz skeins.

It's not long until I head south for TNNA. This is the trade show that shop owners go to to purchase yarn, patterns, needles and accessories for the next season.

I was looking through the show brochure today and Offhand Designs will be at the show with new bags. Meet Lucy.
I'll be ordering these :) The colours are awesome.
I can't wait to get to the show. Meeting up with friends that I only get to see twice a year. Seeing new yarn and colours and needles and patterns and bags and.... I'm getting excited.

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