Month: December 2011

New Year Resolutions

Most people will make a New Year’s Resolution for 2012.  We want to lose a few pounds, save more money, drink less coffee and be more organized.  But what are your New Year’s Knitting Resolutions?  I’d like to share a few of ours with you, along with the resources to help you accomplish them! 1. Knit for yourself! Now that you have the feeling back in your fingers from the last-minute-holiday-crunch knits, sit down and find a pattern that you want for you.  Even if it’s as simple as a new scarf.  Think of the time you will have...

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Hair Flair For Hope

There are so many amazing charities out there doing wonderful things for those who truly need it.  There are thousands of busy hands that are right now knitting a chemo cap, gloves, blankets for babies in the hospital,  prayers shawls and the list goes on.  I am proud to say that I get to work in an industry where so many people are willing to give up their time and their stash to help others. I recently got an email regarding an organization,  Hair Flair For Hope.  I loved their site and what they do is a bit different than some of the other charities.  Here’s what they have to say “HairFlair for Hope is a creative non-profit project which utilizes the community to craft colorful, one-of-a-kind wigs (wearable art) for women and children who have experienced hair-loss due to medical illness or treatments.”  Here is just one of their many creations…. To learn more about HairFlair for hope check out their website They also host “make a wig” workshops, accept wig applications and you can donate at their website. Check out their facebook page for tons of great wig...

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Joy-full Knitting and Glorious Free Patterns!

You can tell the holidays are right around the corner. The phones are ringing off the hook in the office, the fax machine is practically smoking and email boxes are bursting at the seams. I am more excited this year then ever before. Why, do you ask? Well, it’s the new Joy collection of yarns we have been shipping to our shops. I finally was able to get a ball of each and I whipped the scarves up in no time this weekend. I wanted to share the yarns and patterns with you. Call your favorite local yarn shop...

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