June 9th, 2018

Ready, Set, Knit! Show 530: Kathy Talks With Kate Solomon

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This week, Kathy is chatting with Kate Solomon from Green Mountain Spinnery all about the I-91 Shop Hop, which begins on Thursday, June 21st and runs through the weekend! Shop Hop is a fantastic event where 11 local yarn stores along the 91 corridor of New England get together for a weekend-long yarn crawl! Each store will have exclusive patterns and you’ll have the chance to win prizes! If you visit all 11 stores in one weekend, you’ll be entered into the grand prize drawing for an enormous basket put together by all of the participating stores!

Participating Stores:

Green Mountain Spinnery (Putney, VT)
Handknits (Brattleboro, VT)
Sheep & Shawl (Deerfield, MA)
Northampton Wools (Northampton, MA)
WEBS (Northampton, MA)
Marji’s Yarncrafts (Granby, CT)
Village Wool (Glastonbury, CT)
Country Yarns (Wallingford, CT)
Knit New Haven (New Haven, CT)
The Yarn Barn LLC (Woodbridge, CT)
The Yarn Basket (Branford, CT)

 

Steve’s Yarn Picks of the Week: 

Our Valley Yarns 2018 catalog is LIVE! Click here to view 

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Marykate

Marykate

Marykate has worked at WEBS since April of 2016, first in the retail store, and then as the Marketing Coordinator. She is mainly a knitter, which she's been doing since childhood, but dabbles in spinning, crochet, and weaving. She lives in Western Massachusetts with her three cats and enormous stash of Valley Yarns.
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