Well it is that time of year again. The leaves have started to change and the evenings are getting colder (and darker sooner). Time to take up the needles again( if you are one of those who don’t like to knit in the warmer months). The next question is what to knit? Bergere de France has a yarn called Recyclaine that is a nice thick, chunky yarn great for a knitting up a quick cowl. A couple balls does a nice cowl. Bergere also has a sweater pattern in their Creations 15/16 pattern book using their Cyclone yarn that only takes 6 balls to knit a simple, comfy sweater for those cold winter months. It comes in nice gradient colours so there is no need for fancy stitches. There are lots of new sock yarns in stock that can be used to make socks but also make great fingerless mitts, hats, shawls or scarves.
We are now carrying some Canadian yarns that come in some great colours. Come in and check out Indigodragonfly, Sweet Georgia Yarns, Dyeversion and Briggs and Little. Support our Canadian dyers!.