April 14th, 2016

A few small items

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I’m happy to introduce you to three new items in the store that are sure to please. The first is a nifty felted, zippered pouch by one of my favorite vendors, Frabjous Fibers. Made by hand in Nepal, they are fully lined and are slim enough to slip into a knitting bag or tote bag. Perfect for notions and other small items that need safe-keeping, these pouches are easy on the wallet, making them perfect for gift-giving. Although we carry four different colors, the pink one is my favorite. This might sound a little crazy, but it looks to me like each sheep has a slightly different facial expression!

New products at WEBS from Frabjous Fibers, JUL Designs and more! Read more on the WEBS Blog at blog.yarn.com

Tired of the same old shawl pin styles? JUL Designs has created some innovative leather closures for your cardigans, shawls and scarves. This clever design features screws that safely and securely keep your garments stylishly in place.

Although we have an extensive button collection in the store, I’m always looking for new and interesting additions. Martha Sunderland, the owner of Favour Valley Woodworking in New Hampshire, hand crafts buttons in varying shapes and size from locally-sourced woods like American Beech, Dawn Redwood, Purple Lilac, cherry, pear and blueberry. These are store-only items so you must come visit to appreciate them. When Martha delivered our order a few weeks ago, there was much excitement and enthusiasm from staff. When you see them, you’ll understand why. These buttons are truly special items and worthy of your hand knit creations.

As always, thank you for your continued support. We wouldn’t be here without you!

Stephanie

Stephanie

Stephanie is a life-long knitter, having been taught the basics by her mother at an early age.She knits just about everything, blankets, socks and sweaters are her most-favored projects, particularly if they're cabled and orange.Being a spinner has broadened her knowledge of fibers and their suitablilty for specific uses.Stephanie has taught a wide array of classes, from beginning knitting to sweater design and just about everything in between.

Stephanie began working at WEBS 3.5 years ago as a member of the retail store staff and currently manages the store.
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