more kittens in the litter!
Anzula Cloud – the kitten soft yarn comes in delicious popsicle colours that look very appropriate for spring. We’ve added a few more to our line-up.
See here ↑ Candied Apple, Periwinkle, and Red Shoe -$32.50/525 m(575 yds)
This blanket by Carol Findlay, is the first project I have seen to make use of this beautiful yarn. This may be the softest blanket ever, made for a not yet arrived baby-girl.
The good yarn news does not stop there. We also received 1 of 3.
1 0f 3 boxes of Madeline Tosh yarn!
Number 1 contained Merino Light. Some Smart-Alecs have bought up one of the colours before I even had a chance to see it. I hope they will give me a glimpse of their projects as they work them out. Still there is a good array of hues left -as you can see. Merino Light is $19 for 384 metres (420 yards)
Just in time for the Triangular Scarf Class that is coming along this April. Choose 2 colours of beautiful Madeline Tosh Merino Light to make this striped-up cravat. Newbie knitters are welcome in this class, only knit and purl basics are the requirements. Learn how:
to add a smooth like silk selvedge edge into your knit scarves
to make increases in a variety of ways
to add coloured stripes into your repertoire of knitting achievements
to create a loose and stretchy bind off
to follow the pattern to create this fine triangular scarf (perfect for the spring)
If you are up to date on all these skills then find the pattern for the Soho Scarf here. It is free to use from me to you.
Triangular Scarf Class
2 session class
Thursday April 19 and Friday April 20, 7-9pm
$50, materials not included
Call to register 416 533 5648