Thursday, 31 July 2008

August Newsletter - Bag a Bargain

Hi welcome to Stitching Time's August Newsletter.
With lots of new yarns due in from Adriafil,Rico and Rowan we need to create space to be able to display them, so our monthly special, is super special, with bargains for everyone.
Dont forget on top of this Months Special we still have lots of bargains in the designer room

Newsletter 308 August 2008

If anyone is still interested in the crochet workshops with Carol Meldrum, there are 2 places still available.
Also if anyone would like to start their own knitting/craft bee,our craft-room is avaiable to hire at times to suit.You just need 4 to start a group and coffee/tea biscuits are included.

Thursday, 24 July 2008

(Some) New Yarns Are Here!

We have been waiting patiently for our new yarns to arrive and some of them are here!

Nan is already in a quandry over which yarn to get stuck into first and ths is just part of this order!

So what are you going to go for first?

What about ...


It has 133m of 100% extra fine camel hair in a 25g ball. The recommended needle size is 2.5mm - 3mm.

Or what about Sierra Andina?

sierra andina

This has 133m of 100% extra fine alpaca in a 50g ball. The recommended needle size is 3mm - 3.5mm.

All of these

sierra andina shades

are available, and we chose the six finest to break you in gently. Three tweedy shades - 092, 093 and 095 - and three solid shades - 22, 30 and 46.

Now, if that isn't enough to get you excited, what about Lana Inca?

lana inca

It has 100m of a 50% alpaca/50% wool mix in a 50g ball. the recommended needle size is 4.5mm - 5mm.

All of these

lana inca shades

are available and we have chosen four super colourways by way of an introduction to the range.
Two mixes - 70 and 73 - and two solids - 76 and 80.

There is more to come, but Nan can't type for touching the wool!!!! So ... she will have a lie down with a cool cloth over her forehead then come back later and publish some more goodies.

Saturday, 5 July 2008

Noro Cash Iroha Scarf/Shawl

The colour in the last two posts wasn't very good because I had to reduce the file sizes so that I could upload them. So ... here is the picture of me posing like a haddie with my Cash Iroha scarf/shawl. (The pattern is 'scarf' but because I used the Cash Iroha it is more of a shawl.) And .. I only used 2 balls!


The Cash Iroha normally retails at £7.95/50g but we are selling it at £4.25.

It is 40% silk, 30% lamb's wool, 20% cashmere and 10% nylon with 113m in a 50g ball.

Crochet Classes with Carol Meldrum

Edit - please note the dates given are SATURDAYS not Sundays as shown although the dates are correct. Will change poster asap.

crochet classes 2

Newsletter July 2008

newsletter July 2008