Loved Ones Yarn Trunk Show
Saturday October 12th 10-5
We are really thrilled to bring Loved Ones Yarn back to Seattle Yarn! We've been carrying their Ol' Reliable and Cloud DK for some time; their gorgeous colors have been a shop favorite, and there are some very happy Loved Ones sweaters walking around the neighborhood.
Knitted Wit Trunk Show Weekend
Saturday & Sunday, November 2nd & 3rd 10-5
Do you love the Knitted Wit colorways as much as we do? You have to come in for this trunk show - we'll be getting a big hit of the National Parks colors on their sock base, for ONE WEEKEND! Pictured above are just a few of the National Parks colors - there are more, so come find your favorite. We don't usually have the National Parks in fingering weight in the shop, so do not miss this opportunity!
Our Fall Knit-A-Long - the Tailthings KAL
We've been calling our Fall KAL the Tailthings KAL - why? Because we are teaming up with Nancy from Schmutzerella to knit-a-long with two patterns by Josh Ryks-Robinsky: Tailspin and Tailwind. We saw these fantastic samples by Schmutzerella and fell in love. The official kick off for this KAL was September 25th, and we'll be working on this pattern at ANY of our sit and stitch groups - Wednesday, Thursday, and Saturday. We'd also love to have you join our KAL thread in our Ravelry group - whether you're knitting from afar or right here with us - come share your progress. If you're knitting along, use the hashtag #tailthingsKAL if you post pictures, too! Nancy will be back for the wrap up party on October 30th but we are keeping our fingers crossed that she'll be able to join us during a few additional sit and stitch times.
Knitting Through History: A Collaboration Between Seattle Yarn and the Log House Museum
We have an exciting new collaboration starting this month: we are working with the Southwest Historical Society to do a knit-a-long at the Log House Museum - Knit Through History! Destiny has designed a new pattern that is inspired by their current exhibit, Between the Lines: Power and Parallels of the West Seattle Annexation. Starting September 19th, we will co-host a knit-a-long of this pattern. We will be there to help with the knitting, and museum staff will be there to talk about local history.