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  • Say Hello to "Ultimate Merino"

    We are extremely excited to be able to share this yarn with you...Introducing Woolfolk.
    We are honored to be a flagship store for this new yarn line, created by Kristen Ford. Kristin has been working for years on the development of this special yarn, using "Ultimate Merino." This luxurious fiber originates in Argentina, and it is the result of a collaboration between The Nature Conservancy, Patagonia, and Ovis 21. Their goal is to sustainably regenerate the expansive grasslands of Argentina and Chile with grazing management, resulting in better land, healthier sheep, and premium wool.  
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  • Special Issue: Limited Release Products

    In all the years we have done Dream Club, there have been a few colors that stand out as exceptional. October 2014 is one of the best. As soon as we saw it, we ordered as many as we could, knowing you would all love it as much as we do. That said, it is still limited edition and will be sold out very quickly, so don't hesitate!October 2014 Dream Club is an extra-large skein of the new "softer" Classy yarn. At 340 yards, one skein is enough to knit the incredible Cruzado Cowl by Laura Nelkin, the pattern for which is included with your club yarn purchase.

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  • A Fresh Spin on Tradition

    Once again we are swept off our feet by Rowan Magazine; issue 56 is a perfect blend of traditional craftsmanship and modern style. A collection in three parts, Rowan 56 explores "Wilderness," "Craftwork," and as always, "Essentials." We have highlighted a few of our favorites here, but this volume is full of designs that speak to knitting's rich heritage.
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  • Timely Textures

    Just in from Shibui is their new Maai yarn! Maai uses the same superbaby alpaca and merino wool blend as their popular Cima yarn, but here in a DK weight with a chainette construction. The new Solo M.1 pattern is a simple scarf that will accentuate the cushiony lightness of this yarn.
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  • Here's looking at you, Habu!

    This weekend we have the pleasure of welcoming Takako from Habu Textiles back to our shop. Habu yarns have been a longtime favorite in the shop, and Takako is terrific at helping newbies understand and fall in love with her yarns. This time she will be teaching us how to read Japanese schematic patterns. Takako will also be bringing a selection of her new clothing line, ripins. This collection brings together beautiful textiles and fashion forward designs that can be custom made to fit. Come down to the shop this weekend, try on some Habu and ripins garments, and meet one of the innovators in our industry today.
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