More customer favourites re-stocked…

Jazz Colours Design Line – Sock Yarn & Pattern Book

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A collaboration between the iconic Regia brand and well-known knitting designer Erika Knight, Jazz Colours Design Line features “a range of indispensible all-season basics. Not just socks, but also long pulse-warmers and unconventional hats for this small, outstanding collection that is featured in Regia Journal 610.”  Just 2 balls of Jazz colours yarn (all colours currently in stock) will knit one of the accessories pictured above.

Pattern booklet available in both English and French.

Knowknits Goknit Pouches

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Made with durable nylon ripstop fabric, Knowknits Goknit pouches are perfect for carrying around your knitting projects. An interior loop prevents tangling and an exterior loop lets to you attach these lightweight functional pouches to to your bag / purse or belt loops. We are now re-stocked with all three sizes (small, medium, large) in the classic (solid) and jewel (criss-cross metallic) options along with the new limited edition plush zebra print.

Gleener – The Ultimate Fuzz Remover

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As avid knitters, we couldn’t live without this wonder tool. We’ve been stocking the Gleener since 2010 and it continues to fly out of our store – often into the hands of customers who are so satisfied with it, they return to purchase it for friends and family members.  Fuzzing and pilling is a fact of life with knitted garments, and some fibers and blends are worse than others. Regular use of the Gleener will keep your pieces looking new and will do an incredible job of bringing those you thought were ready for the bin back to life. Not convinced? See before and after photos along with product videos on the Gleener website. And for another knitter’s opinion be sure to visit the Tanis Fiber Arts blog to see how she revived a beautiful handknit blanket that had seen better days.

– Melissa

2 thoughts on “More customer favourites re-stocked…

  1. gloria ronalds says:

    Hi Melissa,   Sorry if I’m being a bit thick…where can I get the Pattern for the wrist warmers? Is it free OR does one pay $$        Thanks!            Gloria

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