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Knock Out Some Knockers

It's that time of year, ladies. Linda and Sue's mothers both have battled breast cancer, and it has impacted many of our friends and customers. This Breast Cancer Awareness Month we discuss the Knitted Knockers organization and how we are affiliated with them, and we share an American Cancer Society recipe that Sue has made nearly once a week for about 15 years. I  Knitted Knockers is a non-profit organization based in Bellingham WA that provides countless knockers free of charge to women around the world. Soft, lightweight, and huggable, these seem to be a preferred alternative to traditional prosthetics....
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Yarn Bar Rotator: Second Edition "Touch the West"

Mountain Meadow Wool is very dear to us.  First of all, the mill is practically a next door neighbor out here in this neck of the woods! So the three and a half hour drive on the wide open highway to Buffalo WY made for a great day trip in mid May, and it was our very first official yarn order for the shop. Karen and team were in the midst of helping welcome a Trip For Knitters group in Buffalo. We heard about the group when we were working with Karen on our order, then happened to run in...
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Snapshot: Week 3

As the blogging happens today, I listen to the hum of conversation about foods for bone healing, along with the rhythmic work of stitching as a small group sits and visits; and we have the second Brioche Workshop going on at our classroom table. Their discussion seems very technical, and Brioche is looking wonderful. Kim keeps pulling out samples that inspire. Our days absolutely zoom by! We're still getting shipments from TNNA orders, we have re-ordered based on what we see you all enjoying from our shop, we had a wonderful visit from  Beverly, who showed us how amazing Blue...
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Yarn Bar Rotator: First Edition

We are getting really great feedback from customers on the Polka Dot Sheep yarn. We’re so glad to have it in the shop! It’s one of our “local” yarns as it’s hand dyed in the charming town of Whitefish MT by Aimee Alexander, who also owns a sweet yarn shop called Knit-n-Needle. First of all, how could you not like a yarn with a such a fun name and label? And then there are the great color names that will have meaning for many of you:  Bigfork, Big Sky, Tally Lake, Scenic Byway, Stillwater, Alpine Meadow. The names fit her...
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Cocoknits Sweater Workshop Knitalong and Slow Fashion October

We’ve always enjoyed the Cocoknits notions and pattern designs, so when we saw that a sweater workshop book was set for release, Sue placed a pre-order for her home library right away. When the book arrived, we knew it was a gem but we were in the thick of business planning so we told our friend Becky about it. She jumped right in to making a sweater using the Cocoknits Method. She raved about how much she liked it every time we talked to her, and we knew that a lot of our knitting friends would enjoy learning this method...
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