Posts Tagged ‘Fibre Company’

Ready, Set, Knit! 435: Kathy talks with Courtney and Kate from Kelbourne Woolens

Saturday, February 27th, 2016
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This week Kathy talks with Courtney and Kate about how they met and how Kelbourne Woolens got started.

Ready, Set, Knit! episode #435 - Kathy talks with Courtney and Kate. Listen now on the WEBS Blog -

After working together at  small yarn shop in Philadelphia in 2006 they launched Kelbourne Woolens in 2008, and started distributing the Fibre Company yarns. Check out their newest yarns, Cumbria and Cumbria Fingering.

Steve’s Yarn Picks of the week:


Are you a winner? If you entered to win our Valentine’s Gift Basket, or a copy of Carol Sulcoski’s book, be sure to check your inbox. We’re still waiting to hear back from some of our winners!

You can still get on the waitlist for our first ever WEBS Retreat in September.

Upcoming Events:

WEBS will be at DFW Fiber Fest April 1-3!

Our 42nd Anniversary Sale begins April 1st.

The 14th Annual Tent Sale happens May 14th and 15th, and don’t forget the 12th Annual Fleece Market on May 14th.

Be sure to check out all of our upcoming Events here.

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Free Pattern Thursday: Katahdin Hat in Fibre. Co Acadia

Thursday, December 22nd, 2011
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Hi Everyone,

This week’s free pattern comes to us from the creative gals at Kelbourne Woolens. The Katahdin Hat is knit in Fibre Co. Acadia and stripes two colors.

I love the colors of Acadia and the yarn itself! It is a gorgeous, soft blend merino, baby alpaca, and silk. I recently made a different hat in this yarn (and this one’s on my to-do list too!) and I wear it when I’m exercising outside on cold mornings. It does a fantastic job of keeping me toasty, but not overheating.

Click here for a link to the free pattern.

There are so many gorgeous colors of Acadia, I’m having a hard time deciding which two I want to combine for my hat. Which two would you pick?