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Knit a Long Schedule Slow Curves Shawl by Joji Locatelli September 22nd – November 3rd 2018 from 1pm to 3pm Slow Curves is a crescent shawl design that alternates wedges of solid colors with wedges of ‘faded’ or mixed yarns. With the use of short rows, these sections create curves that move like a pendulum.
I walked outside in my robe and slippers just to check. They really aren’t here yet. This has been some sort of Fall and Winter. We’ve left you, our wonderful readers, alone but hopefully not lonely out there. Sometimes the day to day errands, running the shop, dyeing yarn, and festivals leaves us with little
KatnipHat A fun and funky hat by ColorWae This quick and easy hat is great for the fun loving and carefree souls in your life. There are no decreases in the crown which makes this pattern fast and easy. The simple leaf pattern combined with the square shape makes this hat irresistible, just like catnip
On Saturday June 28th, 2014 we will be celebrating our first year anniversary as the new owners of Cloverhill Yarn Shop. We’ve decided to commemorate this special day by having a Fashion Show from 1-4pm! Cascade Yarns will be the official sponsor of our first annual fashion show. What this means is that we will have
It’s sort of a special weekend here. Ladies all over the U.S. are getting flowers and cards and special meals. Hopefully some ladies are also getting yarn. This week the shop has been in recovery mode from Maryland Sheep and Wool Festival. We aren’t complaining. It was a great weekend! More on that later though.
I keep hearing the phrase, “When God closes a door, somewhere he opens a window.” With the upcoming Maryland Sheep and Wool Festival I find myself intermittently knocking at the closed door (and jiggling the handle) as well as heading over to check out the view at the many windows that are opening for Wae
To all our wonderful friends who stopped by and said hi at the festival, Amanda and I feel truly blessed with all the love and support. So truly and deeply, thank you all. The MD Alpaca Festival was great and we will certainly continue to vend for years to come. Many people saw me supported
We’ve got a lot planned for the shop so lets get started! Amanda and Wae are excited to announce that we will be vendors at the MD Alpaca and Fleece Festival! Spend time with us at the Maryland Alpacas and Fleece Festival where Neighborhood Fiber Co. will make a special appearance as our featured local
Always modest about her talent Amanda works tirelessly to create yarns dyed from Natural sources like acorn, iron, poke berries, goldenrod, and walnuts. She also uses eco-friendly dyes by Greener Shades for colors that aren’t quite from nature. She also makes striping yarns and has played with and achieved gradient yarns as well as some