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Piggly Wiggly Socks

The Piggly Wiggly Sock pattern is now available for purchase! Knitted with one skein of sock yarn from Oink Pigments, these are just what you've been looking for to show off that hand-dyed fiber. The unique swoop heel will be a fun new technique to learn for even the most experienced sock knitter.

Classes

Roll the Bones Socks

The stranded pattern is created by combining ten-stitch-square charts. In class we will assemble paper cubes and “roll the dice” to generate a random pattern, but you can also choose pattern squares by rolling dice or by arranging the square charts to invent your own pattern. Ready-to-knit charts are included in the pattern as well.

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Loop & Leaf Journal

Brooklyn Tweed Kids Trunk Show

10/18/2014

The Brooklyn Tweed Kids collection features cute and sophisticated patterns sized for children from ages 2 to 10, and the trunk show is available to view here in the shop all week. The collection includes hats, sweaters, mittens and even an adorable snuggly bear named Humphrey. Bring in your little ones to try things on, but hurry, the garments are only here until October 26th.

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Woolfolk has Arrived

10/14/2014

Woolfolk yarn has arrived just in time for Fall and Winter knitting. We are carrying the full color palette in both yarns- Far and Tynd. This sustainably grown merino wool yarn is unbelievably soft and a pleasure to work with.

Be sure to check out their Fall/Winter 2014 collection, designed by the talented Olga Buraya-Kefelian, on Ravelry: Collection FW14

Read more about Woolfolk and their amazing company here: Woolfolk

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Knitting in the Woods

08/20/2014

Vacationing in the Pacific Northwest provides such a lovely knitting environment... But on occasion I have put the needles down and picked up other materials at hand. All you need is a forked stick, a darning needle, and of course, some beautiful yarn!

-Celeste

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