This week Kathy talks with Betsy about the line of new Spring yarns from Classic Elite.
New Yarns include Meadowlark and it’s patterns, Bella Lino with its pattern book and a free wrap pattern, Cerro (a dyed version of Canyon) and the accompanying pattern book. And Kathy’s favorite patterns of the season are the Geneva Shawl in Soft Linen(check out the Classic Elite blog post about choosing colors!) and the Lady of Grace sweater knit in Ava, both of which appeared in our Spring 2014 catalog. Keep an eye out for brand new yarns from Classic Elite in June and July as well as new pattern books each month of the year!
Be sure to stop into the store and see all the new Spring garment models! And don’t miss the Classic Elite Yarns Trunk shows.
Steve’s Yarn Picks:
- S. Charles Collezione Enya
- Filatura Di Crosa Portofino
- Filatura Di Crosa Mini Tempo
- Tahki Tandem
- Sweet Georgia Merino Silk Lace
- Frog Tree Merino Melange – Closeout
- Queensland Llama Soft Cotton – Closeout
- Ty-Dy Socks Dots – Closeout
Our 40th Annual Anniversary Sale is coming up, April 1 – May 31!
The Boston Marathon runs on April 21st and you can help the Boston Marathon Scarf Project. They are working towards providing a scarf for each participant in the marathon this year. Check out the Ravelry group for more details on how to help!
Boston Strong Hat pattern from designer Lisa McFetridge is a colorwork hat design featuring the words “Boston Strong” and the Boston Skyline. Lisa has included additional charts so you have options to really make this hat your own. All proceeds from the sale of this cap pattern will go to OneFundBoston to help the victims.
Join the KNIT-IN with Lisa McFetridge, designer of the Boston Strong Hat, Rebecca Lane of “Blankies for Boston” & the Old South Knitters/Crocheters Saturday April 5, 2014 2-4 pm at the Old South Church in Boston – the church at the Finish Line 645 Boylston Street, Boston – at the Copley T
Have you knit a Boston Strong Hat or a Blanket to donate to a survivor? Do you have a scarf to drop off for the Boston Marathon Scarf Project? You are cordially invited to bring your handcrafted treasures to Old South Church …stay and knit, meet and exchange stories with fellow crafters. If you haven’t begun a hat, scarf or blanket (or two or three), there is still time. A special Boston Strong Hat in progress will be there. Anyone dropping off a hat, scarf or blanket is invited to add a stitch or two to the hat and place their signature on the roll. Truly a group project, this hat will ﬁnd a special home in the future.
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