Thursday, August 28, 2014
Ten Year Anniversary Celebration!
Can you believe it has been ten years since the doors opened at Gourmet Yarn Co? What better way to celebrate than a sale??
This Saturday, August 30, from 10am-5pm, we will have 20% off all regularly priced yarns! Sale yarns 50% off!!*
But that's not all - refreshments will be served all day! Also, we will be giving away free totes with every $50 purchase, while supplies last. There will also be 6 gift bags given away! Each bag has the pattern and yarn to complete one project. No purchase necessary to enter and do not have to be present to win. One entry per customer.
Thank you for supporting us over the last ten years and we look forward to many more years!
Hope you can join us in the celebration!
*Sale is for in-store yarn only. May not be applied to returns, special orders, or held yarn. All sales are final.
Thursday, August 21, 2014
This week, we had a visit from Thom, who made a lovely scarf of his own design from Feza's Jewel. So very pretty, Thom! Thanks for sharing!
We now have ChiaoGoo sets in Bamboo! You can either get a full set for $155 or a small/large set for $90 each. Features the Spin plastic cable. Tips, cables, and cases are also sold individually, perfect for trying out before you purchase an entire set or for adding to your set. Stop by and treat yourself today!
Full set: 5" tips 2-15
Small set: 5" tips 2-8
Large set: 5" tips 9-15
All sets come with 3 cable lengths, cable stoppers, and stitch markers.
Thursday, August 14, 2014
Introducing Style Iristape by Lucci Yarns! This 200 yard hank of mercerized cotton/acrylic blend has unique color, thickness, and metallic shifts. There are 8 beautiful colorways to choose from. (Retails for $20.) Looking forward to seeing what beautiful items you all make with this fabulous yarn!
Tuesday, August 12, 2014
Wow...the food was so superb that we had a 3-way tie for the first place! Seemed logical that the only way to solve this problem was to award 3 first places!! So congratulations to (left to right), Denise for her Pineapple Salsa, Karen for her Enchilada Casserole, and Terri for her Apple Fritters. Each received a $15 store credit voucher.
Elisabeth models her Rios Slouch that she designed using Malabrigo Rios in the Solis color. She states that her pattern will soon be available on Ravelry.
Kathy knitted the pattern, Clincher, using Malabrigo Sock and Madelinetosh Tosh Merino Light yarn.
Laura on the left, and Lynda on the right, model the cowl they knitted using Beverly's (center) pattern. The patter is called Positive Slope Cowl. It's currently available on Ravelry. Lynda's cowl is presently on display in the store so be sure and check it out in person!
Norma finished her socks. Now who could be sad while wearing these socks??? Gorgeous and they go perfectly with her hair!!
Sue shows her adorable Puddin' Sweater that is knitted out of KnitCol yarn.
I first met Sue's daughter, Olivia, a few weeks ago. She had just learned the single crochet stitch and was wanting to crochet an afghan. I immediately thought of my first afghan and suggested the basic ripple stitch pattern. Olivia chose her yarn and wow....look at what she has accomplished! It's not finished but I wanted to show it because she is leaving for college in Boston. Hopefully she'll come by the store on home visits!
Karen has really been on a hat roll and cranked out two more hats since last month. The hat on the left is knitted out of Cascade 220 with some KnitCol scraps from a previous hat. The hat on the right is knitted out of Adriafil KnitCol.
Carol knitted this scarf using Six Simple Scarves by Lisa Knits, and Encore yarn.
Carol also knitted a cowl from the pattern, Infinity Cowls by Plymouth Yarns. Eco Alpaca was the yarn used. Great work, Carol!
Not sure where Cambra finds the time to knit but that she does as evidenced by her many finished projects. Her son wanted a scarf for his friend and picked out the yarn and beads. Cambra designed the pattern. So pretty!
Cambra's socks are knitted out of Neon Now yarn and the pattern is Purl Ridge Rib, from the Vogue Ultimate Sock Book.
She designed this sweater for her 8 yr old and it almost fits her! Yarn used was Cascade 220 sport and MadTosh DK.
Hope to see everyone next month!