Thursday, November 08, 2018
We are so excited about the BIG yarn reveal on Friday, November 16th . We will be unveiling five exciting new gorgeous lines of yarns brought to you by our friends at Berroco. Wool Addicts is a brand new collection of five brilliant yarns: Air, Earth, Love, Fire, and Water! From the coziness of virgin merino wool to the exquisite softness of Alpaca, there is a yarn base and color for everyone.
Friday’s event will be a yarn tasting and trunk show. Knitique Addicts will receive enough yarn to knit a small cowl. In addition, you will have the opportunity to see a large variety of stunning designs out of these new yarns as well as trying on all the garments and accessories. We will be debuting the yarn collection at this event so we will have every base and every color in stock. You’ll be ready to cast on for your favorite garment right away.
We do need you to RSVP by clicking here. Only $5 cover charge to attend. As always you will receive $5.00 off your purchase that night. Drinks and light appetizers will be served.
Posted by Knitique Girl at 8:00 PM
Sunday, October 28, 2018
Texture and color combine in this shawl for a stunning accessory that can be worn as a shawl or scarf. A simple texture, the design is perfect for variegated, semi-solid, gradient, and more. Beginners, this is the class for you if you've been wanting to learn to knit an asymmetrical shawl. Advanced knitters, this is a great project for when you just need to relax and zone out. Stop by the boutique or click here to sign up for class. Spaces are limited.
Friday, October 26, 2018
Don’t forget to RSVP for Knit & Nosh next Friday. For those of you new to Knitique, this is our monthly potluck gathering. Everyone brings something delicious to share, and their current project, and we have a grand time stitching, chatting, and noshing away. We'll also have our monthly fashion show so be sure to wear this month's finished knits to win prizes! Click here to RSVP. Spaces are limited.
Wednesday, October 24, 2018
This cowl is the perfect all-the-time accessory! And the answer for all of those knitters out there who love to knit shawls, but have a hard time styling them. A fun and engaging knit with shifting colors, that looks like an asymmetrical triangle shawl, and it only takes a fiddle-free second to throw it on as the finish to every outfit! IN this class we'll teach you to knit your own Shifting Hues cowl. Stop by the boutique or click here to sign up. Spaces are limited.
Sunday, October 21, 2018
Friday, October 19, 2018
Artyarns upcoming knit-a-long is a gorgeous top that features brand new yarn, Silk Day Dream. This 100% silk blend is paired with 2 skeins of Merino Cloud or Merino Cloud & Beaded Silk & Sequins. Your new tee will be so scrumptiously soft that you'll want to wear it again and again. Pair it with jeans for a casual look, or with a skirt and fabulous pair of shoes for the perfect evening look. No matter which kit you choose, you're going to look gorgeous!
The knit-a-long begins November 15th and we'll be having a class to help you along the way.
Four Triangles KAL class will be Saturday, November 17th, December 1st & 15th from 3-5pm
Visit knitiqueyarns.com or click here to sign up for class.
Not local? You can still join the knit-a-long through Ravelry here.
Just order your kits below and get ready to join the fun!
Four Triangles Kit: Click here to order.
Four Triangles Kit w/ Beaded Silk & Sequins: Click here.
Posted by Knitique Girl at 5:11 PM
Wednesday, October 17, 2018
Have you ever wondered how your most favorite yarn dyer's colors come out so beautiful? Alexandra B. the amazing dyer of Alexandra’s Crafts will be our guest at a once in a lifetime event. We are hosting an exclusive dye studio at our boutique all weekend long.
In the Beginning: Intro to Yarn Dyeing
You'll get to learn about three different dye techniques followed by the opportunity to practice one of these methods on enough amazing yarn to knit a large shawl! You’ll even be able to choose from three of our favorite Alexandra’s Crafts bases, Sun River (70% Superwash Wool, 20% Silk, 10% Cashmere), Silverton (70% Superwash Wool, 20% Tencel, 10% Nylon), or Black Butte (60% Superwash Merino, 20% Yak, 20% Silk) for your dyeing experience. Class is $100 which includes all the supplies to dye 2 skeins of yarn of your choice. The yarn alone is up to an $85 value, so don’t wait to sign up ASAP; we have a very limited amount of spaces for this once in a lifetime event.
Get Gradiated! Learn to Dye Gradients
Want to expand your dyeing skills even further? Alexandra will also be offering an additional class on how to dye gradient yarns, a technique that most dyers are not willing to share, meaning you’ll get an exclusive look into the inner workings of your favorite yarns. You’ll get two skeins in your choice of Bling Bling Sister, Sister, or Double Sock. We do ask that you take the introductory class before attempting.
Extra skeins and dye kits will also be available, which means you can get enough yarn to dye a sweater. Or, if you’re hooked, you can take home all the supplies you need to keep experimenting with color!
So, what are you waiting for? Head on over to knitiqueyarns.com or stop by the boutique to sign up for the experience of a lifetime before it’s too late!
Posted by Knitique Girl at 9:49 AM
Saturday, October 13, 2018
A simple shawl with lots of texture, this wrap is great for those moments during the holiday season where you just need to relax and knit a little. We're offering this class as a $5 Pop Up Class to help you get some much needed therapy during the busy days ahead! Stop by the boutique or click here to sign up for class. Spaces are limited.
Thursday, October 11, 2018
"The creation of a thousand forests is in one acorn." That's the quote that inspired this asymmetrical cowl. A cluster stitch takes on the shape of acorns, while a form of back loop stitches help create horizontal ribs. In this class you'll learn how to do each of these unique stitches to make an accessory that looks gorgeous in any color, from naturals to brights. Stop by the boutique or click here to sign up for class. Spaces are limited.
Tuesday, October 09, 2018
The perfect knitted gift, this scarf is fully reversible so you'll never see the recipient with it on wrong way out. We knit ours with three skeins of Metal Tweed for a little holiday glitter. In this class you'll not only learn cables but how to read a chart where cables are present. Stop by the boutique or visit us at knitiqueyarns.com to sign up for class. Spaces are limited.
Tuesday, October 02, 2018
Need a quick and easy knit? This cowl is the kind of project that looks harder than it is, making it perfect for gift knitting. We're offering this cowl as one of our $5 Pop Up Classes to help you get started on your gift knitting before the Holidays sneak up on you! Stop by the boutique or click here to sign up for class. Spaces are limited.
Saturday, September 29, 2018
A simple stitch pattern paired with a bulky yarn makes this project the perfect first blanket project. You'll feel accomplished every row. Beginners, this is a class for you! Stop by the boutique or click here to sign up for class. Spaces are limited.
Thursday, September 27, 2018
|Dropped stitches and lace combine in this super cute tee for a top that you can wear in any season. Pair it with a cardigan during cooler weather, or by itself in the warmer months. We knit ours with the gorgeous Inspiration yarn from Artyarns. This class will teach you a ton of new skills, so stop by the boutique or click here to sign up for class. Spaces are limited.|
Wednesday, September 26, 2018
Give yourself the gift of creating wearable art with friends in our Holiday All Skills Special. For just $200, a 33% savings, you’ll get assistance with your holiday gift knitting/crochet, hone your skills, and enjoy the company of other fiber enthusiasts. The special includes 12 weekly class sessions. Classes marked with an asterisk are taught by our crochet instructor. It’s perfect for knitters and crocheters. Stop by the boutique or visit us at knitique.net to sign up. Spaces are limited.
Posted by Knitique Girl at 4:16 PM