Queensland United is a cotton-wool blend, perfect for Summer knits! Also from Queensland, Tide is a cotton-alpaca blend and is soft […]
Yarn & Fabric in Burien, WA
FAIR ISLE WORKSHOP WITH SHEILA JOYNES
SATURDAY, MARCH 3 12:30-4:30 Learn fair isle techniques from "I Can't Believe I'm Fair Isle Knitting!" author and designer Sheila Joynes for this full day of fair isle techniques. $60 class fee + book required. Call the shop to register and for supply details.
PROJECT SEW NIGHT
THURSDAY, FEB. 22, MARCH 1, and MARCH 15, 5:30pm -7:30pm If you're interested in learning to sew, know how to sew but need a little guidance, or just want to be social and take advantage of dedicated sewing time, please join us for Project Sew Night! You may bring your own machine or use one of ours. Ages 12+, please. Cost: $25 per night.
BUILDING BLOCKS/BUILDING IN COLOR
FIRST SATURDAY, MONTHLY, 10:00 am – 12:00pm Ready to grow your knitting skills? Want to expand your knitting options? Wish you knew how to knit with more than one color? This popular class series based on KnitPurlHunter‘s books, Building Blocks and Building in Color. Each book guides you through creation and assembly of an afghan, helping you build skills in everything from cables to lace work to working with multiple colors. You’ll learn chart reading, increasing, decreasing, and much more, skills which you can transfer to any other knitting project. Each session in this series is two hours, with a session every month. Need help between classes? Drop in during one of our Social Knit times or visit the shop to ask Cindy for help. Cost: $10.00 per session
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Stop in for a very special class from Bobbi of Raven Frog Fibers! In from Alaska, Bobbi will be […]
Heritage Yarns is a small, local yarn producer out of Orting, WA. All their yarns are hand-dyed with plant based […]
Most knitters truly enjoy shopping for yarn. However, when you or whomever you are knitting for has a “wool allergy”, […]
We are excited to introduce an new addition to our available yarns! Used to knit the traditional, rugged, Icelandic sweaters […]
Sometimes the internet just can’t do some things justice. I mean, sure the colors of those hanks of yarn are […]