| This yarn is incredibly soft and fun to knit or crochet with! It is reminiscent of chenille, is machine washable, machine dry-able and comes in a wide variety of vibrant colors. This yarn is an ideal choice for baby blankets and garments!Content: 100% Polyester
Care: Machine wash – gentle cycle dry
Weight/Yardage: 100g/148.7 yds
Gauge: 14 sts=4″ on US 9
Knitting Weight: Bulky
|12 Hours of Classes Packed with Technique
$150 if registered by April 1st – $175 for registration after April 1st
World Wide Yarns in Soap Lake is proud to announce our First Annual Crochet Retreat! Don’t miss the rare opportunity to gather with other crochet lovers and learn more about your craft. We promise to make this a fun event for all and space is limited. Call to reserve your spot right away as the retreat is filling up quickly.
June 1st 9-12 AM (3 hour class)
Crochet Tips and Tricks
June 1st 1-4PM & June 2nd 9-12 (Total of 6 hours)
Cuff-Down Crochet Socks
June 2nd 1-4PM (Total of 3 hours)
Prerequisite: You must have experience in doing the Tunisian Simple Stitch.
Teacher/Designer Karen Whooley is an award winning Crochet Designer, Author and Instructor.
Call Debra Gravelle at World Wide Yarns in Soap Lake at 509-246-6372 for more information and to register.
Visit her website at www.worldwideyarns.com
|We are chartering a big bus – so we still have a few seats available!
Monday – May 13, 2013 – $84.00
6:00 AM ish – 6:00 PM ish
$42.00 Deposit Due April 1
$42.00 Balance Due May 1
“Goodie Bag”, Ferry Fare, Lunch & Wine
Yarn Shops: Churchmouse Yarns and Tea – Bainbridge Island
& So Much Yarn – Downtown Seattle
Lunch: The Fork & Spoon – Bainbridge Island
Wine Stop: Eagle Creek Winery – Leavenworth
Goody Bag: Always good!
Call soon to reserve your seat!
Join Michelle Hunter April 4th for
A two-colored shawlette perfect as a stylish neck accessory or to warm the shoulders on a cool spring evening!
Ridgely features techniques new to the Progressive Needles KAL all supported with video instruction.
Prizes supplied by Skacel Collection, include a set of Addi-Clicks.
How does the Knit Along (KAL) work?
– 7 colors to choose from –
$7.75 per skein
Call CCYarn now to choose yours!
|Saturdays -10:00 AM to 12:00 Noon
April 13, 20 & 27, 2013
Instructor: Gayle Holeton
Gayle Holeton has been knitting for a lifetime and loves sharing this pleasurable art form with others. She has extensive knowledge of yarns and how they respond to get the perfect results. In this beginning class, we will all start on the same project to completion, learning the basic skills to help you to start creating on your own. Please e-mail Gayle with questions email@example.com
Reserve your spot in the class by calling 509 782-0382 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org Please leave your name and contact information.
Purchase your materials at CCYarn and receive a 10% discount.
Space is limited, so call or email soon to sign-up and reserve your spot. Phone: 509-782-0382 Email: email@example.com
Leave your name and your contact information.
Feel free to email Gayle Holeton with questions at firstname.lastname@example.org.
|The Twisted Sisters create hand dyed and hand painted luxury fibers for the discerning fiber artist. They now are offering darling hand dyed onesies with a skein of matching hand dyed Oracle yarn. Choose from free patterns for hats, booties, sweaters or pants. Additional skeins are available for $16.50.
Content: 60% Merino/ 40% Bamboo
Care: Machine wash
Weight/Yardage: 50g/210 yds
Gauge: 6 sts = 1″ on US #3 to #5
Knitting Weight: Sport
|Universal Yarns Bamboo Bloom Handpaints is a fun thick and thin yarn with great colors to chose from. The thin strands of rayon give this yarn a touch of shine.
Bamboo Bloom Handpaint – $11.25
Content: 48% Bamboo Rayon/44% Wool/8% Acrylic
Care: Hand Wash Cold, Dry Flat
Gauge: 3.75 sts = 1″ on US 9
Knitting Weight: Bulky
Free pattern for a Bamboo Bloom Cowl available on www.ravelry.com
|The Waterville “Stitch Sisters” just started a new project and would like to invite any of the other groups to participate.
Our group is participating in the 3 Square Appeal sponsored by LILY (Love in the Langurage of Yarn). You can check them out at: https://www.facebook.com/LilyLoveInTheLanguageOfYarn to bring warmth and relief to the Children of the Syrian Refugees in Turkey. So far there are three main refugee camps with (as of February 13) over 760,000 refugees and almost half that number are children. The Knit a Square, Help Warm a Child goal of 3 Square Appeal is to gather and sew the squares into blankets for the children to have a warm bed.
Interested in participating? Here is the scoop: (Great opportunity to use up the stash and odds and ends)
Any spare wool you have can be knitted or crocheted into an 8 inch square. To help with the gauge- size 6 needles with worsted weight yarn, cast on 32 stitches. If you knit or crochet loosely or tightly, you may need to play with this a little to get an 8 Inch Square. Have fun with the squares and make them any stitch pattern you wish, they just need to be 8 Inches Square so when they get sewn to other donated squares, they match up. Very Important: If you are knitting, please do the first two rows and the last two rows in the knit stitch so it forms a garter stitch edge. Also, Knitting or Crocheting, leave a 36 inch length of yarn attached to your work after the cast off. This will be used to join the squares together. If you use more than one color, weave in the ends but still leave the last cast-off 36 inch tail.
Bring them to our next gathering on March 27th at the library for “Stitch Sisters”. Or, you may mail your squares to Sarah Meek, 115 Ponderosa Road, East Wenatchee, WA 98802 and I she take them in on the 27th. Sandy B. has volunteered to send them to Dianne Jones, Founder of LILY as a donation from Stitch Sisters.
|WAIT-WAIT-IT’S COMING…SATURDAY, MARCH 9
11:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Our 6th Anniversary Event Extravaganza!!
And best of all, we’ll get to see and thank our wonderful customers,
because without you, we wouldn’t be celebrating 6 fantastic years…
can you believe it?!
(’twill be worth the wait!)