Guest: Julia, owner of Knit New Haven, which is part of the I-91 Shop Hop that’s coming up June 24-26. Julia describes her lovely shop in New Haven, CT. The shop has been open for about a year and a half. It is located downtown within walking distance of Yale. If you can, make sure you make the time to stop by this shop!
KAL: Josephine Cardigan
The pattern can be found here.
It is started with the center back cable panel and then knit out from there.
Cables, picking up stitches
- Pattern 360 Josephine Cardigan
- Valley Yarns Northampton Bulky
- US 10.5 needles, or size used to get gauge
- stitch markers
- cable needle
- yarn needle
- highlighter tape
Steve’s Yarn Picks
- Pagewood Farm Chugiak
- Filatura di Crosa Superior Discontinued Colors
- S. Charles Ritratto Discontinued Colors
- Tahki Savoy Closeout
- Tahki Tango Closeout
- Tahki Dove Closeout
Last Week of the Anniversary Sale!
History of WEBS
WEBS moved to 109 Main St. in Amherst. The store was in the basement and the entrance was in the back. Our Fleece Market actually started in the parking lot of this location. It was half and half knitting and weaving yarn. Barbara always talks about how this was a small shop and she had to balance purchasing and the money coming in.
The mail order venture started at this time as well. Art would go out and negotiate for mill ends and samples of the yarns would be cut and mailed all over.
Next Week: The History of WEBS continues, Kathy chats with Susan B. Anderson, KAL continues, more yarn picks and more on the May sale.
Stop into the store to get your I-91 Shop Hop Passport and Tote.