Passport 2017 Total Eclipse of the Sun!

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Our 2017 Passport sales are now happening now!
This year we combine three monthly projects revolving around Earth, Moon, and Sun, with additional pages added to earn smaller prizes.  Our first project requirements will be released on Tuesday, May 23rd and the knitting launch takes off on June 1st! Check your newsletters or visit the shop for more information!

Our Latest Customer Trunk Show!

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 We really enjoy featuring a selection of completed projects by our delightful customers. Here’s a peak at our latest customer trunk show by Linda Reynolds. Stop by to admire the colors and textures of her gorgeous creations!

A New Knitalong!

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Goldfish Memory KAL!

What colors will you choose?

Have you heard the legend that a goldfish has only a 3 second memory? This eyecatching wrap, by Casapinka, changes pattern every six inches, with easy to remember simple repeats. Perfect for ballgame knitting, TV, and social knitting, this light-weight parallelogram can be made with many imaginative color combinations.

Stop by Tangled Purls between April 25th – 29th to sign up & choose two skeins (use a third skein from your stash!) to be eligible for a completion reward ($10 off a $30 yarn purchase if you finish by May 31st, 2017). The pattern recommends a light, a bold or dark, and an in between color for your wrap.

Ravelry pattern link: Goldfish Memory

New Featured Customer Trunk Show

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Every couple of weeks we feature a selection of completed projects by one of our delightful customers. Here’s a peak at our latest customer trunk show that Cindy has so nicely displayed. Stop by to admire the colors and textures of Vanessa Clutter’s creations!

The Fibre Co Arranmore Trunk Show!

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The Arranmore Truck Show has arrived! We only have it for this week, so stop by to this beautiful collection.

Inspired by the breathtaking scenery of Ireland’s Northern Headlands, Arranmore yarn is spun in a mill that traces its roots to the tweed industry of 19th century County Donegal. Blending cashmere and silk with fine merino wool created an authentic tweed yarn of the finest quality. With a color palette reminiscent of the wild Irish coastlands, this aran weight yarn was designed for makers appreciating the best of luxury and tradition.