Knitting with Handspun

I’ve been making handspun yarn for a few years, and have now made enough to stock a shop!! Knitting with handspun I find special, the unique nature of each skein, many one of a kind, because even the same fibre can be spun in a multitude of different ways.  And... read more

Raglan Cowl – FREE Pattern

A stockinette cowl with raglan shaping to tuck neatly under your coat! This cowl has garter stitch borders and is knit in Yarn Indulgences ZED MCN worsted weight yarn. This stunning colourway is called “Wokin”. You will need 200 yards worsted weight yarn, 4.00mm and... read more

Meringue – Cowl

This reversible cowl is light as meringue! Knit top-down with fingering weight yarn in simple stockinette and reverse stockinette stitches and little eyelets. You need 3.50mm / US 4 needles and a minimum of 420 yards of yarn for a cowl or a minimum of 840 yards of... read more

Why I Knit

I started knitting when I was 19. My boyfriend’s mother taught me. Despite the less than quality relationship with the boy, the memory of his mom and I sitting on their couch laughing about my ability to drop stitches is a fond one. I have wanted to learn to knit for... read more

Sugar Cane – Cowl – FREE Pattern

Once again, Annie Baker, has provided us with another adorable, functional and FREE pattern. This is a quick knit, perfect for DK or Worsted weight yarn. For the full pattern, go to: http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/sugar-cane-cowl This version was made with... read more

Abacus – Reversible Cowl – FREE Pattern

This cozy, reversible cowl is knit in Yarn Indulgences Indulgent DK weight yarn. Stockinette and reverse stockinette stitches are used to show off this gorgeous Garnet colourway. Abacus can also be knit with garter stitch borders (instructions included). You may... read more

Knitting with Handspun

I’ve been making handspun yarn for a few years, and have now made enough to stock a shop!! Knitting with handspun I find special, the unique nature of each skein, many one of a kind, because even the same fibre can be spun in a multitude of different ways.  And... read more

Scarf – Sara

          I’ve been drawn to our Indulgent Merino Silk DK since we got it, and I think I’ve used it most of all. When I saw how Madly Mauve and Azure went together, I couldn’t resist the temptation to use them.  For me, the... read more

New Zed Yarn, made in Canada

I just love our new line of Made in Canada yarn, Zed Yarn. Ultra soft, durable, and the color possibilities are infinite. My favorites are the Zed MCN Worsted, with an almost ‘cotton’ feeling.  Slightly dense, so I’m thinking perfect for almost... read more

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