One of the largest and most exciting fiber arts festival happens every fall, the Rhinebeck Sheep & Wool Festival in Rhinebeck, NY! My first visit to this event was a few years ago, before I blogged. This time I'll have my darling husband with me, again, a knitting friend who is flying in from S. California, plus my camera and notebook so I can blog about the event in detail! If you're planning on attending make sure to email me or post about it in my Ravelry group, I would enjoy meeting you in person.
Speaking of Ravelry they'll be hosting a Rhinebeck party on Saturday, Oct 17th and I'm one of sponsors, so of course I'll be there. The party will be a lot of fun and there will be lots of Giveaways! I'm donating a Tangled Vine Socks Kit as one of the Door Prizes. I hope I get to see you there.
In honor of October, the cool weather, Fall Festivals & Halloween celebrations everywhere I bring you new inspiration for your knitting needles and crochet hooks!
In This Issue: Boise Lace Wrap / Sivia Harding / New Looks from Katya Frankel / Kidknits, Not Just for Kids Anymore / A New Take on Ulmus / Bottoms Up with Knotsewcute / Happy Halloween from Freshstitches /
Back by popular demand, Karabella's beautiful Boise Lace Wrap. This lovely wrap is knit with 6 balls of Karabella's 50/50 cashmere & merino wool yarn Boise and if you purchase 6 or more balls you'll receive this pattern for Free.
Talented Sivia Harding has been very busy this fall, she's introduced three new beaded sock designs!