We have switched around the classroom and the spinning section. I’m amazed at how much better we can see the fiber!
We have two additional shawls to share with you. Frequent customer (and one of our winners of Summer of Socks and Lace) Diane brought in her Elowen Shawl, knit in Dream in Color Smooshy with Cashmere. Elowen is available as … Continue reading
Here are the shawls that showed up last Sunday! Lori knit an Andrea’s Shawl, which is available as an in-store purchase through Ravelry, in Panda Silk. Jeananne brought in our second Shipwreck of the weekend. Marie showed a beautiful, classic … Continue reading
Jenn just finished her February Fitted Lady Pullover, a free pattern on Ravelry, in Dream in Color Classy. The benefit to this sudden switch back to more seasonable March weather is that the sweater serves as a perfect layering piece. … Continue reading
First, a reminder of our holiday hours: Saturday, December 24 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM Sunday, December 25 CLOSED Saturday, December 31 10:00 AM 5 :00 PM Sunday, January 1 CLOSED And now, some fun things for our holiday schedule: … Continue reading
First, a reminder that our Second Annual Show Us Your Shawl Extravaganza! is this weekend, April 16 and 17. All you have to do is wear a hand knit or crocheted shawl in to the store, let us take your … Continue reading
More from our Staff Epiphany Knitting Gift Exchange: Steven knit Carla this Shaelyn shawl with beads out of Louet Gems Sport. Monica knit Kelli a pair of Snapdragon Flip Mittens and a Calorimetry out of Malabrigo Rios. And David knit … Continue reading
We’ve found that many of our customers use Lent as a time to give up casting on, buying new yarn, or even (GASP) give up knitting entirely. What about you? Are you making any fiber-related Lenten dedications this year?
For the past two years, the staff of Natural Stitches has held what we call an Epiphany Gift Exchange. Each of us puts yarn from stash into a sealed paper bag, with an optional note about what we’d like the … Continue reading
Who couldn’t use a pair of slippers in this chilly weather? Slippers make a practical yet much appreciated gift. The felting process makes them extra-warm and durable. And best of all, they are inexpensive and can be finished relatively quickly. … Continue reading