Sunday, April 22, 2012

Knit Mom some Love

A hand knit shawl or tea cozy tells mom just how much you love her this Mother's Day and every day.

Join us for these events! In my Ravelry Group,, use your Yarn & Pattern purchases to enter my "Ravelry Projects & Stash Drawing VIII," 3 lucky winners will receive a Exclusive Pattern and join us for the Susan Sideways Cardigan KAL, the yarn, Schaefer's cotton, sport weight Susan is On Sale! And if you haven't done so yet enter my blog giveaway to win Linda Choo's Spring Maple Shawl Kit.

Mark your calendar! Sunday April 29th I'll be having a Showroom Sale in Spicewood, TX, all in stock yarns, paper patterns, books & magazines and knitting needles, crochet hooks & notions will be 25% Off. If you're in the Austin area email or call for directions, if not use this Coupn Code: Instocksale to save 25% on your on line purchases.

Susan Sideways Cardigan

Spring Maple Shawl

Jo's Pride Hooded Shawl

Beaded lace & garter stitch combine beautifully in Sivia Harding’s hooded shawl, Jo’s Pride. Cast on in the traditional manner at bottom edge and work up to the top of the hood where a single seam joins it & shoulder shaping ensures an excellent fit.


Yorkshire by Purl Bumps is a triangular shawl worked from the top down and features a delicate lace pattern and simple border. The pattern includes 2 sizes and both are worked in only 1 skein of Madelinetosh Tosh Merino Light.

Elizabeth R

And Purl Bumps' Elizabeth R is a top down triangular shawl shown in two different weights of yarn. The fingering weight version is knit in only one skein of Malabrigo Sock.

Bee Hive

Make your mom's tea break special with one of Dawn Brocco's tea cozies. The revised (Spouted) Bee Hive Tea Cozy pattern has spout & handle openings for a cozy which can remain on the teapot, whilst pouring.
Tree Of Life

And her (Spouted) Tree of Life Tea Cozy design uses a variegated yarn, with short color lengths, giving a stained glass effect. But using only 2 yarns eliminates the need to break and rejoin colors, making the knitting easier for a knitter who is new to stranding.

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