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Pink Yarn

A lot of people have been asking about pink yarns lately. We have a wide selection of yarns in many different weights and colors. This Juniper Moon Farm “Moonshine” yarn is shown in color 31-Slumber Party. Isn’t that an awesome… Continue Reading →

Fall/Winter 2016 Preview Videos

This past weekend, June 11 to 13, was the bi-annual trade show for The National Needle Arts Association (TNNA). These industry-only events are an opportunity for yarn shop owners to take classes and meet with vendors. The LYSOs get to… Continue Reading →

Spotlight: Louisa Harding Pittura

The change of seasons is a busy and exciting time for us. New yarns are arriving at the warehouse almost daily and we’re quickly shipping them out to local yarn shops across the USA. For me, it means spending a… Continue Reading →

Pantone’s 2016 Colors of the Year

      By now you may have heard the 2016 colors of the year announced by Pantone, the color forecasting company. (Read more on the Pantone website.)   This year they’ve chosen to honor not just one but two complementary colors,… Continue Reading →

Shawl Inspiration

My Viannette Shawl doesn’t look much different from the last time I showed it to you. Oh, sure, it’s bigger now, but not significantly different. Hmm, maybe I should have chosen to knit the Otoño Shawl for the Juniper Moon… Continue Reading →

Isadora Cowl KAL: Winners

The Isadora Cowl KAL concluded on October 31, but don’t let that stop you from knitting this beautiful project! Download the free pattern. Add Isadora to your Ravelry queue. Everyone who participated in the KAL had a great time and… Continue Reading →

Isadora Cowl KAL: Finished Cowl

I finished knitting my Isadora Cowl earlier in the week! Here it is, fresh off the needles and unblocked. There was a brief break in the rain, which allowed me to race outside and take this picture in natural light…. Continue Reading →

WIP: Isadora Cowl KAL 1/2 way

My Isadora Cowl is moving along nicely. I was distracted, briefly, by the need to knit a hat and booties for a baby show, but I’m back on track now. I have finished the lace sections and am ready to… Continue Reading →

WIP: Isadora Cowl KAL

WIP, of course, standing for Work In Progress. While I’ve seen some people have finished their Isadora Cowl in two days (!), I’m progressing much more slowly. The Knit Along started on Sunday, and I spent my knitting time just… Continue Reading →

Isadora Cowl Knit Along: Sept 13-Oct 31

The temperatures at night are getting cooler and yarn store shelves are overflowing with beautiful new yarns. Autumn is in the air! Are you ready for a knit along? To help you transition to the new season, in both your… Continue Reading →

Noema KAL: Winners

The Louisa Harding Noema Knit Along we were hosting on Ravelry finished up on June 30. And then the July 4th weekend arrived. And then I had to wait for the winners to reply and give me permission to use… Continue Reading →

Noema KAL: Finished Felicity

I finished my Felicity top on Wednesday and it’s fabulous! If you follow us on Instagram this is old news, since I posted a picture there before I had even woven in the ends. The pattern is in the Louisa… Continue Reading →

Noema KAL: Yoke

I’ve been quiet lately (so many new patterns to add to the Ravelry database!), but I’ve still been busily knitting away. My Felicity top from the Louisa Harding Noema book is moving along nicely. I decided to go with the… Continue Reading →

Noema KAL: Felicity Top

Having finished my Firefly Wrap, I’m able to focus all my attention on the Felicity Top from Louisa Harding’s Noema book. This is the top I’m working on. You might remember the Noema Knit Along started on April 1 and… Continue Reading →

Knit Along Updates: Sleeves!

I finished the body of my Firefly Wrap and have started on the sleeves! It’s so exciting. I’m looking forward to wearing it and seeing how the fronts drape and swing. It will be very fun and attractive. But it’s… Continue Reading →

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