Wednesday, December 05, 2007

Hi All,

We have tons of new yarns in this week!

Most excitingly, Orenburg Lace from Cherry Tree Hill. This rare
lace wieght yarn is handspun in Russia. It is a luxury blend of kid
mohair and silk, spun by hand into 50 gram hanks of 600 + yards and
handpainted at Cherry Tree Hill. "We can guarantee that no where
else will you find yarn as exotic and rare as this", says Cherry
Tree Hill staff. Each hank is enough to knit a shawl. Come in and
see the beautiful colorways!

You can never have enough sock yarn! We have several new yarns from
Plymouth; Knit Col, a self-stripping, 100% Merino superwash, and
Happy Feet, superwash Merino and nylon. At 192 yards for $6.00,
this is the best value in a beautifully painted yarn I have ever

From Cascade, we have Nickki, a fabulous thick and thin, handpainted
yarn with a luster and drape that is to die for. Also from Cascade,
Lana Grande, a Peruvian Highland wool. At 87 yards for $6.95, it is
a great price for a very chunky (2 stitches – 1" on size 17
needles), soft yarn.

From Knit One, Crochet Too, we have Baby Boo, a bamboo nylon blend.
Also, everyone has been asking for dye kits, so we got Culinary
Colors, eco friendly, kitchen safe dyes for yarns and fibers.

From Dream in Color, the 200 series colors arrived. The eight new colors are vibrant and exciting.

We have more wonderful things on order, and some things that came in
last week that may have slipped my mind, so the best thing to do is
to come in and see for yourself!

Don't forget, Friday night is the book signing with Mary Beth
Temple, author of The Secret Language of Knitters. See you at 6pm!

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