Sometimes it is just about the small things…
When you spend a reasonable amount of time knitting and crocheting, the tools
The Clover Lockable Stitch markers have been great help in seaming my Babette
I don’t know what I would do without great quality tools – it just makes my
It certainly makes for a Friday Favourite!
10% off selected tools
Stitches on needles and yarn on hooks
Bright cotton colours and new pattern books
Tangled Yarns bundles tied up with strings
These are a few of my favourite things!
Friday Favourite Conditions – No holds or lay-by. 10% Off does not apply to
kits as they are already reduced. Special prices apply from launch of
newsletter until 9am Monday.
|Biggan Dups Workshops|
We have had a great response to our upcoming Biggan Workshops! I’ve been working
Date: Tuesday 15th March
Time: 10:00am – 1:00pm
During this workshop, you will learn a variety of finishing techniques that will
Date: Saturday 26th & Sunday 27th March
Time: Saturday 10:00am – 2:00pm, Sunday 10:00am – 1:00pm
Over the two days, you will learn how to do stranded colourwork while creating a
Date: Tuesday 29th March
Time: 10:00am – 1:00pm
During this workshop, you will be leaning Continental Knitting, which is a method
We do require a 50% non-refundable or transferable deposit to secure a spot
in these workshops as soon as possible. Payment can be made either in
store, via direct deposit, PayPal or phoning the store on 07 3666
0276 with your Visa or MasterCard details.
Places are very limited as Biggan is only in Australia for a few months. I
know that the participants from last’s year’s colourwork workshop
enjoyed themselves immensely, and found it fabulous to learn from
We’ve replenished our range of Biggan
|Debbie Bliss Knitting Magazine|
We were excited to get our hands on the latest issue of Debbie Bliss Knitting
The Spring/Summer 2011 edition features all brand new patterns solely
There are some beautiful vintage inspired cardigans within the Fabulous
And of course, when you think bright colours, you can’t help but think
|Stitch Pixie Bags|
We have also opened an amazing shipment of Stitch Pixie bags today!Peta has outdone herself with all new fabric
Is it wrong of me to want to colour coordinate my knitting projects with their own Stitch Pixie bags??
30cm to the versatile 100cm sizes in the fixed needles, something to suit most knitters.
Also back in stock are the ever popular Addi Click sets in both Turbo and Lace.
These move very quickly so if you’ve been waiting for a set, best to
snap them up quickly!
With aching hands I am pleased to say that this week I have finished Miss J’s stunning Babette blanket!
It has been a long haul…I first started this blanket back in November 2009, it has had several
I have added an additional 11th panel to the original pattern as I prefer a rectangle blanket instead
of square and it now fits her bed perfectly.
Babette will be in store for the next few weeks until it cools down a little and it is needed at home. If you are considering joining us with our Blanket KAL why not pop in and be inspired.
This has certainly been a project filled with much love, I hope that she will sleep
which of my other blankets in progress do I pick up next….
|In the Round KAL WINNER|
I’ve enjoyed looking at all of the entries into our In the Round KAL for February.
Our lucky winner this month is Kimley Vacher-Dring
Kimley, if you can send me an email to email@example.com
so we can organise your gift voucher!
Thank you to all who entered!
It’s great to see the excitement that this new Knit-A-Long has generated – ourRavelry group have been chatting about projects planned and all the patterns that have tempted for some time but just needed that little push to actually cast on.
We have few stranded colourwork projects that will be on display at the shop during February.
Derrin made the beautiful Selbu
Modern last winter in the Biggan Design 4ply. (White and Light Khaki).
Lauren’s first stranded project was these gorgeous Endpaper
Mitts by Eunny Jang in the Biggan Design 4ply (Light Olive and Magenta).
I made Laura Chau’s Beauchamp
We’ve all found knitting “bi-lingually” (as Derrin has aptly named it!)
with one colour in your right hand the other in your left makes
working through the project much easier. The floats sit much neater
at the back and the knitting seem to go a little faster as you don’t
have to drop your yarn to change colours. Of course, this doesn’t
mean that you have to knit this way, but it is certainly a little tip to think about!
We’d love to see some of our local knitters at our Saturday social group and
don’t forget about our Technical Support-a-Long Classes on Saturday
afternoons if you’re having some problems! If you’re not local
and haven’t already please come and participate in our Ravelry
group and share what you’ve been working on – we’d love to see it!
|Inspiring your passion! Kelly|