March 31st, 2018

Ready, Set, Knit! Show 522: Kathy Talks With Stacy Charles

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This week, Kathy’s chatting with the newest member of Team WEBS – Stacy Charles! Listen to this week’s show to hear all about our exciting new partnership with Tahki Stacy Charles! We are soooo excited to have Stacy and his team join us – so tune in to hear Kathy and Stacy chat about what this means for Tahki Stacy Charles and WEBS!

Steve’s Yarn Picks of the Week: 

Our Spring 2018 catalog is LIVE! Click here to view 

Upcoming Events

WEBS is a proud sponsor of Meltdown 2018  – a family festival held right here in Northampton at Smith Vocational High School on Saturday, March 31st from 9:30-3! Visit Ashley for arts and crafts!

The WEBS Rhinebeck Sweater KAL is back and will be starting up soon! To knit a sweater to wear to Rhinebeck in a supportive atmosphere, consider joining  us! The cost includes 6 meetups (snacks included!) AND your ticket on the WEBS bust to Rhinebeck! We can’t wait!!

Registration for the WEBS retreat is full and we are soooo excited! To join the waitlist, click here!


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2 Responses to “Ready, Set, Knit! Show 522: Kathy Talks With Stacy Charles”

  1. Linda Madison Says:

    Do you have a nice summer pattern for this cotton for women’s chemo hat?

  2. Marykate Says:

    Hi Linda!

    This is a brand new yarn, so we don’t have any hat patterns quite yet, but you can check Ravelry to see if any would work!

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