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Special Holiday Hours ….

Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday — 11 a.m. until 6 p.m.; Thursday — 1 until 8 p.m.; Saturday — 11 a.m. until 4 p.m., Sunday — noon until 4 p.m. Breakfast at Red Tree Coffee on Saturday, December 17 … about … Continue reading

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Keep on truckin’ … and knittin’

No, knitting is not just for the ladies.  Just about all women will admit they love a man that cooks, how much better if he also knits!  Ran across this very interesting article ~ according to the Wall Street Journal … Continue reading

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Why I Knit: Dawn Gusty

It’s in my nature to create. With life the way it is for me right now, it’s not an option anymore to start big projects.  I need something I can pick up and do five minutes here, an hour there, … Continue reading

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Cook up some extra knitting time.

January is National Soup Month. Winter-time is soup time, and a great time to knit.  Put on a pot of soup, enough for a couple of days, and suddenly you have more time to knit.  Here are some recipes for … Continue reading

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Why I Knit: Glenna Butts

Mother taught herself to knit; when I was about 8, she taught me.  In the fourth grade, my teacher and the librarian would help a few of us girls with our knitting, and they taught us to crochet.  I don’t … Continue reading

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Now in the shop: fabulous gift ideas.

In addition to the fiberlicious yarns, we have an amazing selection of gift items for knitters and anyone on your list who appreciates fine, hand-crafted items. Stop by to see us at 407 North Main Street in historic downtown Kingston … Continue reading

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Wild and Woolly Yarns from Unexpected Sources

Say the word “yarn” and most people think of lambswool, cashmere, cotton, maybe even ~ gasp ~ synthetics.  Yarn can be made from virtually any fiber that can be spun, including plant fibers.  Here are some of the unusual knitting … Continue reading

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Featured Fiber Artist: Laura McWhorter

A local artist and teacher, Laura combines knitting, weaving, spinning, and felting with embroidery, beading and stitching to craft one-of-a-kind bags, wearables, and artwork. Ewe & Company has a nice collection of Laura’s felted bags and vessels in the shop. … Continue reading

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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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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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