June 29th, 2013

Ready, Set, Knit! 317: Kathy talks with Veronica Van

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 Kathy talks with Veronica from Dream in Color about how their line of yarns got started; from the small yarn shop that she and her partner Nancy used to own to the company it is today.

Veronica talks about how they choose their base yarns and colors as well as her favorite yarn, Dream in Color Everlasting Sock and Kathy’s favorite, Dream in Color Starry.

They also discuss the line of Herdy products that they distribute. Did you know that the adorable sheep image is based on the Herdwick breed of Sheep that is so plentiful in the Lake District of England where these products originate?

Steve’s Yarn Picks


The 3rd Annual I-91 Shop Hop is happening this weekend – make sure you have your passport!

We are closed next Thursday, July 4th so our Staff can spend the holiday with friends and family.

We will be open Regular hours, 10:00am to 5:30pm on Friday, July 5th and Saturday, July 6th for your shopping convenience.

No show next week.

Upcoming Events: 

The New England Weavers Seminar (NEWS) is happening July 11-14, on the Smith College campus.

Sweater Basics and Finishing class with Ann Budd, July 13-14.

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One Response to “Ready, Set, Knit! 317: Kathy talks with Veronica Van”

  1. PurrlGurrl Says:

    I love Dream in Color yarns. I love them better than another currently popular yarn who’s initials are MT. My only carp is that where I live Dream in Color is becoming more difficult to find in LYSs because MT has taken over. I knit for family members who have destroyed in days items made from MT. Meanwhile, the Dream in Color projects I’ve made are wearing like iron. Dream in Color is a great yarn for kids and men. And me, too.

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