Oh so simple, in a “yummy” yarn from Meadowview Alpaca Farm,
Alpace and nylon, dyed using a rainbow dye technique. I created the shawl in a simple rectangle shape, with an little bit of interest on one long edge in a lace design. I also used a separate strand of the yarn, and wove the last 5 to 6 stitches on the same edge as the lace, to counteract the rolling.
Check out this video showing one of the instructors for the YarnOver SleepOver retreat.
Check out our blogspot, and see how many amazing classes you can take, while enjoying a wonderfull weekend relaxing with fellow fibre enthusiasts!
We’re waiting for you to sign up!
I am very excited to be part of an amazing group of knitters, crocheters, and machine knitters, involved in organizing a weekend getaway in April 2013.
Check out the information available so far at http://www.yoyoyo-retreat.blogspot.ca/
Happy New Year!
I’ve managed to schedule in three morning Rainbow Studio Time slots, for those of you who prefer the daytime.
Wednesday, November 14th, November 21st and Thursday, November 29th from 9:30am to 12:00 noon.
With Christmas just around the corner, all of the spots in the studio are filling fast, so email or call to book your spot.
HAPPY KNITTING AND CROCHETING!
I’ve just posted 3 more spots for Rainbow Studio Time. Fall Schedule to follow shortly!
The Kitchener Waterloo Knitter’s Fair is one of my favorite knitting events, not to be missed. Check out the lineup of vendors, not to mention the speaker this year!
I’ve posted dates for the summer, for all who want to continue knitting and crocheting in the summer.
Happy Knitting and Crocheting!