Debbie Bliss and Elsebeth Lavold and Louisa Harding... Oh My!!!!

Currently in the retail shop is an awesome trunk show featuring amazing garments knit in wonderful yarns from Debbie Bliss, Elsebeth Lavold, Louisa Harding and Araucania!


 The Paloma Scarf featured in Debbie Bliss magazine, Fall/Winter 2013 alternates slip stitch and moss stitch to give it this stand out texture and design.  Though we no longer have the solid colors of Paloma, their new Tweed version would be perfect for fall!

Marilyn very excited to see all the Araucania knits that arrived so she could see how the colors pool.  She tried on the Huasco Lace Top by Jenny Watson, which is a free pattern from Knitting Fever!  It feels as good as it looks: Huasco uses an extrafine Merino wool!  We currently carry their solid/tonals, but can order in the multi colored yarns upon request!

 Sam wrapped up in the Lace Triangular Wrap also by Jenny Watson knitted in Araucania Nuble, color #20.  The pattern can be purchased on Ravelry.

 Yumbrel is a lace weight cotton yarn, hand painted in Chile! Jenny Watson designed this gorgeous lightweight, V-neck Top which is perfect for layering as the seasons change!

Wow...! Several of us thought that lacy tops weren't our 'thing'... until we saw this lovely, sophisticated top, knit in Hempathy and featured in the pattern book Lazy Days Collection.  This not only sold us on wearing lace tops, but on Hempathy too!  It knits beautifully and really softens up, only getting softer with each washing and wearing!

This adorable child's dress is knit in Elsebeth Lavold's Silky Wool and can be found in her Come Closer book, which also includes an optional coordinating shrug!

This furry fun piece is the Blanche Cape from the Luzia book.  We can special order the book by request, but the Luzia yarn is one we won't be carrying much longer.  Which means less selection, but great sale prices! 

We ordered in Knits From an English Rose book after a customer requested it, and its full of fabulous vintage-style accessory patterns.  This is the Loretta collar, knit in Grace Hand Beaded yarn, which we don't currently stock, but a lovely alternative would be Artyarns Beaded Silk Light or beads added to your favorite yarn!

Be sure to stop by and take a look if your in town or let us know if we can answer any question for you while we have this trunk show!

The Retail Team - Gus, JenA, Jill, Matt, & Terry


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