See Those Boxes?  That's Like 1/10th of What They Brought in Here This Week


It's still winter.  I'm looking at fresh snow and a thermometer that reads 17 degrees.  Fer real???!?  If you want to knit baby things and you're worried that it's still gonna be cold in May, we have just the thing for you!  We have beautiful, new bright (read: spring) colors of our stand-by, chunky baby yarn, Cascade 128.  Big, bold stripes of color would be gorgeous either knit or crochet.  Check it out!









Frabjous Fibers' Wonderland Yarns Mad Hatter:  The colors are so fantastic and the feel of this sport weight is fantastic.  I just knit a swatch and I was sad to bind off.  It's that nice.  It would make a gorgeous Color Affection or Hitchiker or how about these cool Fallberry Mitts by Anne Hanson?  Perfect for spring (should it ever arrive).




New Noro!  Kureopatora.  A soft, lofty wool in delectable Noro colors, and the best part?  270 meters for $18! 

Did you see this on Facebook?
It's named after our very chic customer, Gay.  We can point you to the pattern when you stop in.  It's made with one of the loveliest new yarns we've seen in a good long time - Cadena I.  It's a chain construction of 50% wool and 50% alpaca.  We have it in 10 gorgeous colors.  This version of the cowl takes 4 skiens, but there's a smaller version that takes 2.

That's a little preview, but more's on the way.  Come visit, the heat's on!
Lynn



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