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Yarn shop finds success in downtown Berlin A Little Bit Sheepish expanded to include space for more merchandise and a classroom.
The Naked Sheep Knit Shop is moving its Knit Nite down the street Thursday, Aug. 21 .
Vogue Knitting , always on top of trends and always quick to note The Next Big Thing, has singled out two of our local knitting celebrities in its latest issue.
On Sept. 27-28 for National Alpaca Farm Days , alpaca breeders from across the United States and Canada will invite the public to come to their farm or ranch to meet their alpacas and learn more about these inquisitive, unique animals, the luxury fiber they produce, and why the alpaca business is perfect for environmentally conscious individuals.
Tekapo resident Sue Simpson is co-ordinating a project which will see 100 poppies knitted and then put on display in the town.
Getting cozy doesn't necessarily mean slipping into a Snuggie and 100 per cent wool socks by the fire.
Been in the shop lately? If not in person, I'll still share with you what we're all working on! Afterall, don't knitters love to share what they've accomplished?? Heather recently finished the Sockhead Hat above.
Caron United yarn made in America Worsted-weight yarn from Caron will help provide scholarships for children of fallen military Check out this story on mycentraljersey.com: http://mycj.co/VFoX5p Caron, a division of Spinrite, has named its new yarn Caron United to signify its users are united in supporting the Children of Fallen Patriots Fund, ... (more)
AS A GIANT grandmother prepares to stalk the streets of Limerick next month, a 50-foot scarf is being knit by the public in her honour.
Book Review: "Sockupied, 20 knit projects to satisfy your sock obsession," edited by Anne Merrow Check out this story on mycentraljersey.com: http://mycj.co/VDlbJK Forgive me.
Young knitters, weavers and even hobbyists rejoice-no longer do you have to resort to dusty old library books or wade through the barrages of cutesy pink images on Pinterest to learn, share and discover new material related to handicrafts.
The American Heart Association and Edward and Elmhurst Hospitals are inviting knitters and crocheters to make red hats for the babies born at Edward and Elmhurst Hospitals in February 2015.
About 28,000 visitors - twice as many visitors for the same period last year - have visited the gallery to see the first major exhibition in Scotland to celebrate the work of world renowned knitwear and textile designer Kaffe Fassett.
Ladies Knit and Natter at Age UK Oxfordshire cafe raising money for the charity making hats for Innocent smoothies.
Baby hats. Fun, fast and oh-so-cute. The little one for whom I knit this is in grade school now.
Updated: Fri Aug 22, 2014 08:28 am
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