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Shibui Twig

Shibui's newest yarn, Twig, is the perfect weight for Santa Barbara's climate. With a composition of 46% linen, 42% recycled silk, 12% wool, what's not to love. Loop & Leaf carries the full 12 color palette. We think this is going to be the yarn of the season!

Classes

I-Cord Workshop

Don't be daunted when you see that your pattern calls for an i-cord embellishment! In this class we will cover the different ways to make and apply i-cord to your knitting projects.

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Soak Wash

03/29/2015

Our favorite wool wash is back in stock! Soak is a gentle way to wash your knits and delicates and leave them smelling sweet and clean, and it's made with plant derived and renewable ingredients. Just soak your garments; there's no need to rinse! We have the full line of scents on our shelves, including a scentless option. Come check out the newest scent, Yuzu, a mild, spicy citrus fragrance.

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Icord Workshop

03/25/2015

Did you know there are over 11,000 projects on Ravelry that use icords in their design?

In this workshop we will be exploring the different ways to use icords in knitting projects, including applied icords, icord bind off and icord cast on.

The workshop will be held this Sunday, March 29th, from 2-3:30.

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Granny Square Workshop

03/13/2015

Celeste is teaching a granny square workshop on Saturday April 18th from 10am-1pm. This will be an excellent opportunity for crafters who want to learn how to crochet, or who would like to expand their crocheting repetoire. Granny squares are super versatile- perhaps you admired the Happy Hippos that customers were making last year, or maybe you would like to crochet an heirloom blanket, such as the Sunburst Granny Square Blanket, that will be passed down from generation to generation. Equally as awesome you can complete a square in class and use it as a mug or glass cosy for your beverages!

 

Please sign up early for this workshop. We do expect it to fill quickly!

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