Posts Tagged ‘knitting’

Thank You Cloverhill Community! You amazed me this week. This past Saturday February 10th, we participated in the second Merchants of Mellor Day where each of the shops at Mellor had special discounts. The theme was Love Your Neighbor and we offered an increased discount to those who brought in items to donate to the

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Second Annual Fashion Show The weekend of September 5th and 6th, we are celebrating our second year anniversary and WAE’s BIRTHDAY. Help us commemorate this special day by joining our Fashion Show Saturday September 5th! While you’re here, stop by the shop and preview the items that will be discounted during our yearly Labor Day

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This is the Luscious Cowl… This cowl is simple and fun to knit but it feels amazing. Perfect for everyday wear it’s super comfortable and everyone is going to be asking you where you bought your amazing cowl. After you tell them you knit it they’re going to want you to knit one for them

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Diagonal Ribbed Cowl by Cloverhill Yarn Shop A fast knit for yourself or as a gift. Simple yet impressive! With two sizes small and large. Our pattern is a 4×4 Diagonal Rib Stitch, inspired by a pattern found in Barbara G. Walker’s “A Treasury of Knitting Patterns” Materials: Any worsted weight yarn. 218 – 436

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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

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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

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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

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