Thursday, October 30, 2014


Knitting in the Red Yarn Shop



Yarn Shop News

November KAL Kit
Join us for our Monthly Knit A Long Starting November 1st
Kit includes Large Yarn Bag, Free Pattern, Shawl Pin and Large Marker/Charm
All for $32
Free Patterns of the Week

Christian's Hat


"Christian's Hat was designed to match Christian's Scarf. The stitch pattern is easy to work and really stretchy - ensuring a perfect fit."


 


Namesake

"Namesake is a completely reversible cowl featuring the luxurious yarn, Simplinatural. The exquisite softness and superior stitch definition of this yarn is perfect to showcase the unique design. I'm excited to share the Channel Island Cast On and a brand new bind off that I created! The cowl is available in three sizes and the circumference may be adjusted to suit your style."


Seems Like Old Times


"This pattern is based on "A CROCHET SQUARE SHAWL IN TWO COLOURS," originally published in "Needlecraft Practical Journal No. 56" by Needlecraft Ltd., Manchester and London, 1906. It was reproduced by Mary Konior in her wonderful (but sadly, out of print) "Crochet Lace" in 1991."




Fiberholic News!

Get Your Fiber On!
New Fiber Section
Stop in today and check out our new selection
 
Rolags

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New shipment of Fondant Fibre coming soon!!!! Punis and Braids
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Wednesday, October 22, 2014


Knitting in the Red Yarn Shop
Fiber Fridays

Every Friday 2pm - 4pm
Always Free to Spin with Friends!
Shop Hours
Sunday/Monday - Closed
Tuesday 11 - 6
Wednesday 1 - 9
Thursday 11 - 8
Friday 11 - 4
Saturday 10 - 6
Classes
We offer classes all week. It's only $20 per hour session and it's private lessons! Take as many as you'd like!
Yarn Shop News

Christmas Stocking Class


Every Saturday
11:30 - 12:30
$60 for Three Week Series
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Beginner Knit
Offered All Week
4 Sessions $80
Bring a Friend 10% off
$75 when paid in advance

Free Patterns of the Week
Dragon Scale Cowl
"The Dragon's Scale Cowl features an easy lace that creates an interesting pattern that is easy enough for a confident beginner.
Worked in a fluffy merino yarn this cowl is a pleasure to wear against the skin and will create a tough but soft armour against those cold winter winds!
Long enough to wrap around the neck twice or wear it long to create a statement."





Braided Hairpin Lace Infinity Scarf


"Crochet up this quick and stylish hairpin lace infinity scarf for yourself or anyone in your Christmas list this year! You do not need to have prior experience with hairpin lace to be successful with this pattern. Brittany from B.hooked Crochet walks you through step-by-step in the free video tutorial."


Malabrigo Weave Scarf

"A very easy to memorize cable pattern. I didn't include gauge here. I would suggest swatching till you get a fabric that pleases you. This is a good pattern for cabling without cable needles, especially if you use Malabrigo, since it's not a slippery yarn."



"What's on our Needles?"

Vanilla Latte Socks
by Virgina Rose Jeanes 

  Knit with self striping yarn. The yarn does the work for you with this easy to memorize pattern. It's great for TV knitting!  


Loop
by Casapinka
  Just takes two skeins of yarn. A base color and a variegated color. This is knit in Berroco Vintage and Brown Sheep Sock.

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Wednesday October 22nd - Saturday October 25th
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Wednesday, October 8, 2014


Knitting in the Red Yarn Shop

Groups
Knitting
Wednesday 5 - 9
Thursday 6 - 8
Fiber Fridays 2 - 4
Knit Therapy Saturday

Shop Hours
Sunday/Monday - Closed
Tuesday 11 - 6
Wednesday 1 - 9
Thursday 11 - 8
Friday 11 - 4
Saturday 10 - 6
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Lantern Moon
New Tulip Line


Come in to try it out
Yarn Shop News


New Yarn Bags in the Shop!
Each comes with a stitch marker


Check out Knitter's Pride new Marblz
In Shop!
Free Patterns of the Week
Darkside Cowl

"This easy-to-work pattern makes a plush, stretchy, reversible fabric perfect for a cozy cowl. It's the perfect way to use a small amount of a luxurious yarn, like this hand-dyed silk and wool blend."
Charade

"The sock is worked top down with an old-school, reinforced heel flap and a wide toe. The stitch pattern is quite easy to memorize without ever getting too tedious."

Miette


"Miette is a cropped cardigan with 3/4 sleeves and eyelet details. It's perfect to wear over summer dresses to extend their life from late spring to early fall."



Wednesday, September 17, 2014

Knitting in the Red Yarn Shop
We are proud to announce our newest Indie Artist
Fondant Fibre
New This Week
Punis, Fiber & Yarn
Shop Hours
Sunday/Monday - Closed
Tuesday 11 - 6
Wednesday 1 - 9
Thursday 11 - 8
Friday 11 - 4
Saturday 10 - 6
Yarn Shop News

Since our Cascade Sale was so popular, we have extended the final sale through Saturday September 20th.
All CASCADE YARNS are 20% OFF
Spend $100 or more and receive an extra 5% off!
Don't miss this sale!
After it's gone, it won't be coming back!
Also, all Oriental Balls are 30% off
Magazines are $1.50 each
Free Patterns of the Week

Krydda

"The cardigan is worked seamlessly in one piece from the top-down, and can be work with one or several buttons as well as none at all. A wide V-neck adds an extra feminine touch to the stockinette body, flattering the neckline and shoulders. A beautiful lace stitch wraps around from the fronts to meet in the back, lightening up the warm and cozy aran weight fabric."

Nymphalidea


"Nymphalidea is named for one of the largest families of butterflies, with varieties found in every corner of the world. With the mesh edging and solid welts separating each wedge, it reminds me of delicate veined butterfly wings.
It was designed for use with long gradient self-striping yarns paired up with a contrasting solid or semi-solid, so each wedge becomes individual of those before and after and unique like the wings of a butterfly. Because this is cast on with few stitches and expands, it easily can be adapted to alternate weight yarns or be made smaller or larger to suit the individual knitter."

Kitimat


"Inspired by the climate of British Columbia's north coast, a region that experiences long winters and receives a great deal of rain each year, Kitimat (Kitamaat) is a Tsimshian First Nation name that means "people of the snow" and is nicely represented through the blending of white and grey in this pattern.
Kitimat is available in four sizes, and is suitable for women or men, adults or children. The pattern includes written instructions for each size of the simple colourwork design."

 



Join us for our new Friday Movie Night at the shop!
This Friday, September 19th 7pm - 10pm


Bring a Sweet or Savory Dish!