Monthly Archives: July 2010

Knit Up an Instant Heirloom

If you know how to cast on and the basic knit stitch, you can make this delicious Purl Dreams pattern from Heirloom Stitches.  On two Wednesdays, July 28 and August 4, we’ll work through reading a pattern, basic increases, knitting … Continue reading

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Refresher/Beginning Crochet — this Saturday

Saturday mornings — July 17 & 31 from 10:00 a.m. to noon Registration information and full class schedule is available here. If you have always wanted to learn to crochet, or have forgotten your skills with the hook, join Erin … Continue reading

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Why I Spin…Now

by Sue Gazell I’ve been an avid knitter since my teens. I had a brief career in needlework back in the 70s, at which time I convinced my father to make me a spinning wheel.  It languished in a corner … Continue reading

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What’s in your stash?

Every knitter’s got one…the leftovers from that sweater you made, the yummy yarn you couldn’t resist buying but had no idea what you’d do with, the stuff your friend gave you after she decided she wasn’t into it, that jumbled … Continue reading

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Lundy Cupp’s Unique Shawl Pins

Miniature versions of the face of a Kingston Springs landmark, only these faces are carved from old wooden sewing thread spools.  And the heart shawl pin is carved out of a small wooden spoon. From Lundy’s website…  “It all began … Continue reading

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In the news ….

Randy Moomaw came by last week to see the shop, and wrote for the Ashland City Times about the shop for this week’s paper.  And thanks, Randy! Click here to read the article …

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Why I Knit

by Jennifer Adair | Master Knitter | Ewe & Company Instructor As a child, a new lawnmower meant that Grampa had been to the town dump, gathered supplies, and returned to his shop, a dark, cool, and secret place off … Continue reading

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