December 29th, 2015

2015 Year End Blowout Sale: Kits and Sets

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Our annual Year End Blowout Sale is in full swing and with over 50 yarns at up to 55% off but there’s lots of great stuff in the sale that isn’t just yarn!

The Year End Blowout Sale at WEBS, through January 4th 2016. Yarn, Kits, Needles and more! Read more on the WEBS Blog at blog.yarn.com

The Knitter’s Pride Marblz Interchangeable Circular Needle Designer Set  is a Limited Edition set in colorful, patterned acrylic. The acrylic is hand-mixed, creating patterns that are unique to each needle! The set includes 9 pairs of  needles tips from US size 4 to 11, as well as cables, connectors and more for only $89.99.

The TSCArtyarns Zara Slip Stitch Layette Set includes the patterns and all the yarn you’ll need for an adorable 3-piece set. Make a hat, booties and a blanket in one of three colorways: It’s a Boy!, It’s a Girl!, and We Don’t Know Yet!

Now that all your holiday gifts have been made and given you can work on something for yourself! The Dream in Color Chelsea’s Cowl kit is available in 2 colorways of their gorgeous Jilly yarn and includes a link to the pattern.

Why not get started on some beautiful ornaments for next year? At just $14.99 each the Nelkin Designs Beaded Lights Adornments Kit and Beaded Stars Adornments Kit are just perfect for adding an extra bit of sparkle to your holiday decorating.

And why not a bit a whimsy? The next time your favorite knitter or dancer has a birthday surprise them with more than just a card, give them a sheep or ballerina from Mochimochi Land. These kits come complete with enough fingering-weight yarn and stuffing to knit two or three itty-bitty things. Make them into pins, ornaments, or just fun little trinkets!

And don’t forget we have LOTS of great deals that are only available in our retail store. If you’re in the Northampton, MA area before January 4th be sure to stop in and check them out! What will you take home from this year’s sale?

Sara

Sara

Marketing Coordinator at WEBS - America's Yarn Store
Sara learned to knit and crochet as a child and added spinning and weaving to her skills after being hired at WEBS in 2006. While crochet is her #1 love, she is also very fond of her husband and their 2 daughters.
Sara

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