And our own local celebrity Dyer Ross Taylor of Twisted Ambitions will be in the store from 11-2 on Small Business Saturday, November 26th!
Shop in store OR online to snag some his amazing work!
Day and Night – that’s how often the knitting artist will want to use these needles. Combining contrasting black and natural tones in one needle, these elegant interchangeable needles instantly provide the right background for all yarns.
Knitting with a dark beauty of yarn? No problem. Just swivel the needle to bring up a natural background and see it clearly.
Need to view an interesting stitch in an intriguing colorway? Smoothly twist the needle to bring up the darker side and see the colorful stitch.
According to Julie Weisenberger, owner of Cocoknits and author of the Stranded Cowl, "People may not believe you knitted this cowl--the fabric is more woven in appearance." And it looks terrific on both sides and is easy and quick to knit!
The pairing of super bulky and worsted weight yarns provides the woven texture that makes this a special piece that you'll reach for again and again on those cold winter mornings.
Choose one of our 16 curated combinations, or make up a colorful and exciting pairing of your own!
Amy from Knit Collage created this cowl for beginners, but it's a sure bet for anyone wanting a quick, super soft, on-trend cowl.
If you make a two-tone version as pictured, you will need two skeins to complete your cowl and will be able to make two cowls--one to gift and one for yourself! A single colored cowl can be completed with just one skein. The pattern is available free on Ravelry.
"Yondah Window" by Casapinka is a boomerang shawl that combines a solid with the long color changes of Spincycle Dyed in the Wool. You never know what the next color change is and the shawl is a constant surprise! It looks like beautiful windows aglow in the cold, frosty Rhode Island winter which is why Casapinka gifted you the RI (or Maine and Massachusetts) accent in this shawl.
We've just made a rainbow of new color combinations for this perennial favorite!
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