A French Knot Rhyme

 

The day has arrived for another quick post,
About our favorite store,
About a few classes that we plan to host
And finished objects galore.

The open house was a rousing success,
We’re so grateful for all the support,
And though happy thoughts are oft hard to express,
Our great customers are quick to exhort.

So on to the stuff, you came here to know,
This rhyme is now almost done,
Accept these warm wishes from our little chateau,
May all of your projects be fun!

 

Congratulations to Patt Low and Sue Hebert, they each won a grand prize in Saturday’s drawing.  Pat won the needlepoint prize and Sue won the knitting prize.

Upcoming Snacks and Skills classes…

Voodoo Doll needlepoint class, April 20, 10:30 am.
Pictures and prices coming soon.  Call the shop to reserve your spot.  The class is limited to 20 and is filling up fast.

 

Cable Without a Cable Needle knitting class, May 4, 10:30.

 

Some of our Knotty Knitters learned to crochet Tuesday night. The newbies sat next to someone who already knows how to crochet and the fun began!  Here is Lainey teaching Deidre!

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And now for some finished objects.

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Janet made La La’s Simple Shawl using yarn she received as a gift.

 

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Suzanne made the same shawl, but used Swagger Light, a heavier yarn.  Lavish praise, ladies, they are both beautiful!
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Leona finished a cowl.  She says if you come in for the yarn, she’ll give you the pattern free.  Sweet deal!

 

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Jane finished her coat.  She knit it with Noro Silk Garden.  The pattern is in Knit Noro, a book with lots of great patterns.
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Leona did some samples for the crochet-a-long.  Pretty, aren’t they?

 

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That granddaughter of Georgie’s is already spoiled and she’s not even born yet.  This is the latest project Georgie has finished for her.

 

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Three stitchers will be excited to know that their pillows have come back.

 

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Also from our amazing Georgie… some clothes for a stuffed monkey.  I think he should stick around for awhile…

 

 

6 thoughts on “A French Knot Rhyme”

  1. The look on my face is called “blur”! The monkey is HI-larious! I bet it freaks Leona out though!

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