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News From Betty and Liz

We hope you had a wonderful summer and are enjoying the last few weeks before fall gets here.  It's time to start thinking about knitting and all the wonderful things that you can create for you and your family and friends. Come by the shop and see some of the new and wonderful things that have started to arrive. One of our new magazines is The Unofficial Harry Potter Knits. If you are a Harry Potter fan or have one in your family you need to see this magazine! It has a wonderful updated version of the Harry Potter scarves. It also has some very beautiful sweaters which you will love even if you are not a Harry Potter fan.
Cable Sweater from Contemporary Irish Knits

Progressive Needles
Knit Along

Join us this Fall as we make a Beautiful colorwork cowl with the Skacel sponsored Progressive Needles Knit Along. The Lamb's Wool will be hosting two group knitting sessions to work on Michelle Hunter's mystery Knit Along (KAL). One group will meet for four Thursdays, beginning October 3, from 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm.  The second one will meet for four Saturdays, beginning October 5, from 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm..  You receive the instructions over the four weeks and at the end you will have a cowl for yourself or your BFF. The cowl is worked in Kenzie by Hokoo. Kenzie is is a tweed from New Zealand that is new to us and has been well received so far.  If you have questions give us a call (215) 361-9899 or visit the Skacel website for more information.
Fair Isle Style

New Book Review

Fair Isle Style : 20 Fresh Designs for a Classic Technique
by Mary Jane Mucklestone
If you have always been fascinated by fair isle but afraid to try it, this book will take that fear away. It has lovely updated and wearable designs. Some of the projects are small such as the baby booties and hats, and some are more traditional fair isle such as cardigans, skirts and dresses. They are designed in the traditional knitting style working in the round and using steeks with beautiful color charts to go with each pattern. You don't have to be afraid of not knowing fair isle technique because in the back of the book there is a wonderful tutorial and hints are given through out the book.
Mohair Sideways Knit Sweater


Margie will be starting a new Building Block Class on October 6. This is a great class to take if you have been knitting for awhile but want to either improve or add to your knitting abilities. The class meets one Sunday every month for 12 months and lasts two hours. There is a six dollar charge for each class. If you are interested in joining stop by the shop to sign up and pick out your yarn.

Liz will be offering a one day Mobuis Cowl class on Saturday, October 26. It will run from 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm. You will learn how to do a moebius cast on and you'll also receive a free pattern book from Skacel. The cost of this class is $6.00. 

Samples FYI

Red Cable Sweater - (Pictured on top left hand column)
This sweater is out of Contemporary Irish Knits by Carol Feller
Made from Galway Tweed
100% wool

Purple Mohair Sideways Knit Pullover - (Pictured on top center column)
This sweater is from a free download on Berroco website.
We also have a copy in the store.
Made with
Schulana Kid-Seta Jubile
70% Mohair 30% Silk

Hand Knitted Sock - (Pictured on bottom right hand column)
This sock was knitted use SpinCraft Pattern Best Sock
Made from Claudia's Hand Painted Yarns using
Fingering 55
55% Silk 45% Merino Wool

Stop in and see each sample in person and also see other samples that are being finished and knitted.

Upcoming Events

10/3, 10, 17, 24
Progressive Needle Knit Along
3:00 pm, The Lamb's Wool

10/5, 12, 19, 26
Progressive Needle Knit Along
3:00 pm, The Lamb's Wool

Building Blocks Class
11 am, The Lamb's Wool

Bus Trip to Rhinebeck Sheep and Wool Festival
6:30 am, Montgomery Mall Parking Lot

Mobius Cowl Class
 1:00 pm, The Lamb's Wool

Come with us to New York Sheep and Wool Festival in Rhinebeck.

A few seats still remain for our third annual bus trip to the New York Sheep and Wool Festival in beautiful Rhinebeck, NY. We are looking forward to this year's festival even more because it will be the first time that we are going on Sunday. The festival has wonderful special events that happen only on Sunday. The one that Betty and Liz are looking forward to is the Leaping Llamas. We can not figure out what that is all about. Come with us and see what leaping llamas look like. For more information visit our Facebook page . You can sign up either at the store or here online.  We hope you can join us!
Claudia's Hand Painted Yarn - Fingering 55

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