Tuesday, September 28, 2010

A Post By Rebecca

Hello, my name is Rebecca.

This week has been really busy! We have just gotten in a new yarn from Manos, called Maxima. Coming in with 10 different variegated colors; we have also gotten in more Manos Silk Blend, with 5 more colors, including black.

A shipment also came in from Dye-Version, with a hand dyed Bamboo Sport yarn called Florida Sunshine. And for all those sock lovers out there, we have 7 more balls of hand dyed sock yarn as well.

Apart from the yarn, we also held the Culture Days here at the Kniterary. We had Tara; the owner of Soul Xpression come in and teach people how to do beading, and Kim, the owner of Penny Heaven come in to show people how to make pennys, a craft from the 1800s.

Be sure to look for us in the next issue of Snap'd!

Tune in next week,


Wednesday, September 1, 2010


Just throwing this out there!

Two of us are going to be starting to knit the Cloisonne Jacket in September. Would anybody like to join in? It is knit out of Ultra Alpaca and takes 6 for the smallest size (38" bust) and and 12 for the largest size (54" bust). (I will be doing the size that takes 9 balls total.)

Cost will range from $60 to $120 depending on size. If you mention you are buying Ultra ALpaca for this knit along you will get 15% off the yarn.

The pattern is in the Fall 2010 Interweave knits.

Also, What do you think about starting a bag together. I will be starting Plein Air from the Fall 2010 Interweave knits on the 10th which is the first meeting of the Kniterary Literary Club. You can join the book club and knit with me if you want!

The bag looks like a good knitting, book bag.

Think it would be a fun addition to the club. The bag can be done in Peruvia for about $64 (yarn only) Again if you mention that you are purchasing the yarn for the knit-a-long you will receive 15% off the yarn.
Also in the Fall 2010 Interweave Knits!

Leave a comment here , e-mail (reachus@kniterary.com ) or pop in to the Little Green House if you would like to join in either Knit a Long!