Isn't this guy adorable? I found him on Pintrest and plan on making a few for the tree this year. The Holidays are now close at hand, but there is still time for a few finishes on our fibery items. I'll be in the shop to help you finish or start your ideas.
Our SCAD students already know the joy of weaving with Habu's fabulous fibers. Yes it is thin as sewing thread, but oh so rewarding. We carry the stainless steel, copper and paper varieties. There are a few knitted examples at the shop so you can see how this delicate yarn can transform your project.
I feel fortunate to live among such creative people in Savannah. SCAD students are constantly inspiring me to create, learn and change. I am happy to bring to you many of their talented works of art. Today in the shop we are featuring SCAD student Makenzye Burns. Her dolls will make you smile. Look for new works of art as the Holidays approach.
We are excited to offer a new local hand dyer on the block. The Savannah Yarn Co. produces chunky splashes of color. One skein of 100% Merino wool contains 140 yards. That is enough for a scarf knit on chunky US 15 or US 17 needles. Did I hear you say quick knit?
I find myself sorting through a list of Holiday gifts to make. My favorite "hint of pink" yarn bowl awaits my next skein of yarn. I think i shall started a cowl in Pepperberry cashmere yarns. I love the selection of bright colors they offer. What do you have on your needles?