Posts Tagged ‘closeouts’

Extra Savings on Closeouts from Tahki, S. Charles, and Filatura di Crosa

Tuesday, July 8th, 2014
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Are you ready for this week’s extra savings on closeouts? 7/8/14-7/14/14, you can save an extra 15% on closeouts from Tahki, Filatura di Crosa, and S. Charles. Just enter code TSCCLOS at checkout. There are so many great options in this week’s selection, it might be hard to choose. Of course, the extra 15% off makes it easier to not have to pick!

S Charles Natalia at yarn.com

Looking for something a little more classic? S. Charles Natalia is a beautiful blend of merino, angora, and a touch of nylon. The chainette construction means it will be light, and the fiber content means that it will be warm! Available in naturals and jewel tones, this yarn is perfect for garments as well as accessories.

Tahki Jackson at yarn.com

If you want something bulky with a bit of interest, Tahki Jackson may be just what you need. Jackson has lengths of textured coils wrapped up in a haze of long wool strands. This chunky yarn will work up in no time and the unique color treatment will add interest to your finished fabric. It has a subtle thick-thin texture and the black and bright color combinations are striking.

Filatura di Crosa Tiffany at yarn.com

Want a little more glitz? Filatura di Crosa Tiffany is the perfect glitzy yarn for the summer months. This yarn has just enough sparkle to catch the light without being scratchy or overpowering. It’s a cotton blend, which makes it perfect for those who can’t use wool, or want a non-wool blend for when it’s warm.

Don’t forget to add code TSCCLOS at checkout for the additional 15% savings on closeouts from Tahki, S. Charles, and Filatura di Crosa.

Extra Savings on Araucania Closeouts

Tuesday, June 17th, 2014
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This week’s closeout deal is an extra 20% off Araucania closeouts. From 6/17/14-6/23/14, enter the code ARAUCLOS at checkout and you’ll receive an extra 20% off the closeout price. Araucania Huasco Discontinued Colors at yarn.com

Araucania Huasco (Discontinued Colors) is a wonderful, springy, 100% extrafine merino in beautiful, hand dyed colors. It is fantastic for cowls, shawls, and other accessories. Choose a simple pattern so that the beautiful colors can shine through. Be sure to check out the Related Patterns tab on the yarn page for some project ideas.

Araucania Lauca Closeouts at yarn.com

Araucania Lauca blends wool, camel, and silk in a soft, plied yarn. Think cuddly outerwear! Create your new favorite hat, mittens, or scarf with this incredible, colorful yarn. The additional 20% off means that this yarn is just $8.63 per hank. That is an incredible savings!

Araucania Rinihue Closeout at yarn.com

The wool/silk blend of Araucania Rinihue results in a slightly tweedy appearance to the wonderful hand dyed yarn. There are some absolutely gorgeous finished projects on Ravelry. From shawls to sweaters, this yarn can do anything!

Araucania Tepa Closeout at yarn.com

Araucania Tepa and 4.5 stars on our website and some fantastic reviews. Customers have used it for everything from cables to felting with fantastic results. The bright color combinations are a fantastic way to add pop to your project.

Don’t miss your chance to save an additional 20% off the closeout price on our Araucania closeouts. Use code ARAUCLOS 6/17/14-6/23/14 at checkout.

Which closeout from Araucania are you most excited about?

Extra Savings on Plymouth Closeouts

Tuesday, June 10th, 2014
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This week (6/10/14-6/16/14), we’re having a special that offers extra savings on Plymouth closeouts. Save an extra 15% off of the closeout price when you enter code PLYMCLOS at checkout.

If you haven’t taken a peek at the Plymouth closeout section of our website lately, you’ll want to head over there and see the great yarns that are available.

Plymouth Dreamland at yarn.com

Plymouth Dreamland is a soft blend of nylon and acrylic that is available in a range of pastel shades that would be great for your next baby project. It is machine washable, so you don’t have to worry about throwing the finished project in the washing machine. This worsted weight is only $2.03 per ball when you add in the additional 15% off. It’s an incredible deal!

Plymouth Grandiosa Hand Dyed at yarn.com

Super bulky and soft, Plymouth Grandiosa Hand Dyed is a great option for quick projects that you want to knit or crochet. The blend of merino and alpaca means that this gorgeous yarn will also be incredibly warm. It’s perfect to pick up for your stash for quick gifts. Think cozy cowls and warm hats that will fly off of you needles or hook!

Plymouth Trabajos del Peru at yarn.com

The thick-thin texture of Plymouth Trabajos del Peru adds texture to your finished project while the hand dyed colors add even more interest. This soft extrafine merino wool is a worsted weight, which makes it a great option for nearly anything! Sweaters, cowls, hats, and more.

Plymouth Adore at yarn.com

Plymouth Adore is made up of little loops of super soft fiber on a nylon core. This fluffy yarn is machine washable, which makes it a perfect choice for kids’ garments and blankets. Check out the free pattern for the Kid’s Cowl on Plymouth’s website. You may just want to make one in your size!

Which Plymouth closeout are you most excited to save on? Use code PLYMCLOS at checkout 6/10/14-6/16/14 to save an additional 15% on Plymouth closeouts.

 

Extra Savings on Cascade Closeouts

Tuesday, June 3rd, 2014
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This week (6/3/14-6/9/14), we’re offering our Cascade Yarns closeouts at an extra 15% off! All you have to do is enter code CASCCLOS at checkout and the additional discount will be taken.

Don’t miss your chance to save even more on incredible yarn! There are some spectacular yarns in our Cascade Yarns closeout section. Cascade Heritage 150 Paints, Cascade 128 Solid, and Cascade Greenland top the list, and there isn’t a bad yarn in the bunch.

Cascade Heritage 150 Paints at yarn.com

Cascade Heritage 150 Paints is an excellent yarn for not only socks, but accessories like shawls, hats, and more. Originally $26.00, the closeout price of $12.99 is great, but it’s an even better deal when you take 15% off bringing the price down to $11.04. If you’re a crocheter, check out the pattern on Cascade’s website for the Arched Cuff Mitts. If you’re a knitter, the Checkerboard Mesh Scarf is a lovely accessory.

Cascade 128 Solids at yarn.com

If a bulky weight yarn is more your speed, the lofty Cascade 128 Solids might interest you. It works up at 3 to 3.5 stitches per inch making for speedy projects. There are several free hat patterns on Cascade’s website, from the simple Garter Rib Hat (and Legwarmers) to the more involved Chunky Fair Isle Pom Pom Hat.

Cascade Greenland at yarn.com

Looking for a nice, machine washable wool? Cascade Greenland is a lovely option. The density of the plies in this yarn means that your stitches will pop. With the additional 15% savings, Cascade Greenland is just $5.95 per ball, and it was originally $13.00. The 3D Cowl or the Playtime Hoodie would be fun projects for this yarn.

Check out all of our Cascade closeouts and start saving with code CASCCLOS today!

Ready, Set, Knit! 344: Kathy talks with Kelly from namaste

Saturday, February 8th, 2014
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This week Kathy talks with Kelly, co-owner of namaste bags and accessories,  about the origins and growth of their small, family owned business. From their start at the sewing machine in her home 8 years ago to some of the great new products they are now offering, from the new Harlow bag to Kathy’s favorite Monroe bag.

Spring 2014 Catalog is online now! If you’re on the mailing list it should arrive in your mailbox in the next week or so if you’re not you can request a catalog here.

Steve’s Yarn Picks:

Upcoming Events:

Stitches West, February 20-23 at the Santa Clara Convention Center in Santa Clara, CA.

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Ready, Set, Knit! 324: Kathy talks with Lisa Shroyer

Saturday, August 24th, 2013
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This week Kathy talks with Lisa Shroyer, the new editor at Interweave Knits, about the Fall 2013 issue and the upcoming Holiday Gifts issue which will be available in September.

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Lisa began work on the Fall issue with the photography but she has been spearheading the Holiday Gifts issues for the last few years. Lisa will be bringing more of a focus on technique and feature articles that will really make Interweave Knits a part of your long-term reference library for knitting.

This issue is full of lots a great colorwork and textural knits including the Prisma Dolmon and the Filtered Pullover, both worked side-to-side and featuring dropped stitches.

Steve’s Yarn Picks

Our End of Summer Sale runs through August 31st – This is your last week to save on some amazing yarns!

Upcoming Events:

Our Fall class schedule is live on the website and should be arriving in mailboxes soon, classes begin in mid-September.

Labor day weekend is next week! WEBS will be open normal hours on Saturday, 10:00am – 5:30pm but closed on Sunday Sept. 1 and Monday Sept 2. for the holiday.

Registration has opened for our 7th Annual Bus Trip to the NY Sheep & Wool Festival in Rhinebeck on October 19th!

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Ready, Set, Knit! 313: Kathy talks with Meta Nesbit

Saturday, May 25th, 2013
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 Kathy talks with Meta about the 3rd Annual I-91 Shop-Hop happening June 27th – 30th, Thursday through Sunday.

Meta owns and runs Metaphor Yarns in Shellburne, MA., set just across the road from a beautiful New England dairy farm with lots of space for classes and knitting groups as well as a great selection of small local yarns.

Meta will have demonstrations happening all weekend in knitting, weaving, tatting and more, hoppers will also get a goody bag. Each store will have a daily raffle. Get your passports stamped at each shop, once you’ve gotten a stamp from each shop you can enter into the drawing for the grand prize. Buy your passports now!

Our Thanks to everyone who came out for the Tent Sale and to the Vendors who participated in our Fleece Market. Thanks to our phenomenal team! You did an awesome job!

Steve’s Yarn Picks

39th Anniversary Sale:  May sale highlights

This is the last week of the Sale! Our 39th Anniversary sale ends Friday May 31st at 11pm EDT

Cascade 220, Cascade 220 Superwash, and Plymouth Encore

New Closeouts

Upcoming Events: 

Massachusetts Sheep and Woolcraft Fair today and tomorrow May 25th and 26th.

Amy Herzog will be here June 6th to celebrate the release of her new book, Knit to Flatter.

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

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Ready, Set, Knit! 310: Kathy talks with Heather Ordover

Saturday, May 4th, 2013
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Guest:
 Kathy talks with Heather Ordover about her new book: What (Else) would Madame Defarge Knit?, the sequel to What Would Madame Defarge Knit?

Heather runs the Craftlit podcast and site, and while reading A Tale of Two Cities, she was inspired to wonder what Madame Defarge WOULD knit? As the book idea began to take shape she wanted to make sure the designers not only got paid, but were able to actually recoup the costs of their time spent creating those designs, and to have the book printed in the US, so she worked with Cooperative Press to make it happen.

Iseult’s Dress from What (Else) Would Madame Defarge Knit?, knit in Harrisville Deigns Highland.

The books are divided into thematic sections related to classic literature and each pattern is accompanied by a wonderful essay. WWMDfK- the Shakespeare edition and a Mme Defarge goes Medieval edition are in the works.

Steve’s Yarn Picks

Cascade 220, Cascade 220 Superwash, and Plymouth Encore remain on sale through May 31st!

39th Anniversary Sale:  May sale highlights
New Yarns
New Closeouts

Upcoming Events: 

Maryland Sheep and Wool this weeked! May 4th and 5th and next weekend, May 11th and 12th, is the New Hampshire Sheep & Wool Fair.

The annual Tent Sale is happening on May 18th and 19th, and don’t forget about the Fleece Market on the 18th!

WEBS Fiber Camp for Kids is back this summer, check out both sessions.

The full line-up of Summer classes is now open for registration. Check out some of our guest teachers: Ann Budd, Stephen West, Gail Zucker and Jason Collingwood!

Amy Herzog will be here June 6th to celebrate the release of her new book, Knit to Flatter.

The Third Annual I-91 Shop Hop is happening June 27-30th.

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

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Ready, Set, Knit! 306: Kathy talks with Donna Druchunas

Saturday, April 6th, 2013
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 Kathy talks with Donna about her path into the knitting world, she began as a computer tech writer and at the prompting of a friend began to transfer to writing about something she loved – knitting! She now writes books and teaches as well as tech editing for independent designers and translating German knitting books into English. She has a new book in the works on knitting in Lithuania with history, culture and telling that culture’s story through knitting; similar to her book Arctic Lace.

  

Donna has also worked to develop 2 different apps for iPad and iPhone. First there was the Knit Companion app and her newest is Travel the World of Knitting with embedded stitch video tutorial and a collection of new patterns.

Steve’s Yarn Picks

39th Anniversary Sale Highlights

New Closeouts
Upcoming Events: 

Join us at  Stitches South! this week in the Renaissance Waverly Hotel & Cobb Galleria Centre April 11-14th in Atlanta, GA.

Don’t forget about the Tent Sale on May 18th and 19th!

The Third Annual I-91 Shop Hop is happening June 27-30th.

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Ready, Set, Knit! #286: Kathy talks with Jeanne Lewis, founder of creativebug

Saturday, October 27th, 2012
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Kathy and Jeanne discuss how creativebug.com came to be. With almost 100 video tutorials and 2 new video classes added each week user have a unique opportunity to learn at their own pace, at times that are convenient to the individual.  There is an exciting variety of disciplines from Print-making and Knitting to Jewelry, Crochet, Sewing and much more.

Valley Yarns in the new issue of Knitscene!

Knitscene Winter 2012 Issue is out and features 2 lovely designs using our own Valley Yarns:

The Chandra Shawl designed by Laura Coccarelli, knit in Valley Yarns Berkshire.

The Gate Pullover designed by Margeaux Hufnagel, knit in Valley Yarns Northfield.

Steve’s Yarn Picks

WEBS Holiday Gift Guide 2012 Catalogs will begin arriving in mailboxes next week.
Upcoming Events:
Franklin Habit will be here for classes and an event in early November. The event is now full!
Event and book signing with Carol Sulcoski on November 10th.

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