May 2: Our Virtual Yarn Tasting!
Join us for a fabulous yarn tasting all from the comfort of our own homes! You'll receive a nice-sized bunchlet of each of the Kelbourne Woolens yarns: Scout, Andorra, Mojave, Germantown, Perennial and Lucky Tweed, wrapped on labelled cards with complete yarn details. There are also a couple of extra goodies included! You can browse Kelbourne Woolens patterns online at Ravelry and/or their website for amazing project ideas.
Yarn-tasting sets will be mailed out by April 20th so you can dive into these yarns right away. Then join a Zoom get-together with us on Saturday, May 2nd, where we compare notes about the yarn, what we liked and why. Participants will be notified of time later.
Receive a nice discount if you decide to order a 5-pack of any yarn/same color and there's a raffle for those who participate.
Yarn-tasting limited to 15 participants.
The Artful Yarn is operating from it's secret Bat Cave somewhere in Geauga County!
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designed by Courtney Spainhower
This large, graphic shawl is lightweight – perfect for transitional seasons.
The increases add a beautiful detail at the edge that is reminiscent of woodgrain, elevating what would be
a very simple piece to something artfully crafted.
Though the increases may be unfamiliar to you, they are extremely easy to execute. Though this isn’t a beginner project, if you can knit, purl, slip stitches, and work a yarn over, you will easily be able to whip up a Polarize.
If you haven’t worked a provisional cast-on before, this is a great project to learn on. Only a few stitches are cast-on this way, so don’t let a little thing like a cast-on deter you.
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