Somehow we are going through a phase of very few finished objects... Join us as we talk about all our Works in Progress, and one or two actual finished items! :)
The increase in daylight hours has drastically improved our lighting! Come see Bernadette's latest FOs, and all the things that Glenda has cast on, but not finished. ;)
In Episode 21 Glenda has lots of finished socks, and Bernadette shows off a great Moose bag that she just made!
In this episode we have new sweaters to show, and another 'Know your Wool' segment. :)
Canada's own Stephanie Pearl McPhee is coming to Vancouver in February to visit the West Coast Knitters Guild! Tickets to her lecture and classes are now available to the public - please read on for details on the classes, and how to purchase tickets.
Victoria-based designer Jane Richmond is coming to visit with us at Wet Coast Wools! Join us on Saturday, January 28th, from noon to 5pm, to welcome Jane and talk about her knitting patterns.
Jane's visit coincides with her West Coast Cardigan Knit-along. If you are working on this sweater, be sure to bring it with you - Jane would love to see your work!
Episode 19: Excuse the Clucking
For our first episode of the year we do the same thing we do every episode... try to take over the world! Also, chickens. ;)
Episode 18 is our last podcast of 2016. Join us as we review our knitting stats, see some finished gift knits, and talk about our plans for 2017. :)
With only a few days left, its time to break out the super-bulky yarn! For the 12th Gift Knit of Christmas, we recommend the One-Ball-of-Rasta Triangle Cowl by Sylvia McFadden. Break out those 20mm needles, and get knitting!
The 11th Gift Knit is the Autumn hat by Jane Richmond. The hat knits up fast with 60m of super bulky yarn, on 8mm and 9mm needles. Come into the store on December 21st and 22nd to receive 20% off of the yarn and pattern needed to make this hat!
As the 10th Gift Knit of Christmas, whip up a GAP-tastic Cowl in a bulky or super bulky yarn! On December 19th and 20th, come into the shop to get a 20% discount on the yarn needed to make this project!
For the 9th Gift Knit of Christmas, whip up a cozy Oats Cowl by Tin Can Knits. The short version takes only 1 skein of yarn, and should be ready to gift in no time!