Tuesday, February 26, 2008


If i keep doing 1 inch per week it will only take about 5 more months! The bodice is finished i just need to block it. Whew. Its great to see progress!

Wednesday, February 20, 2008

Sweater Yarn Sale!

Have you been dreaming about knitting a sweater? Well here is your chance to do it on a budget! Buy enough of one yarn (not including different colors!) for an adult sweater and get your yarn 20% off! Are you daunted by a fair isle or norwegian sweater, but always lusted over them? Join our FREE knit along class March 29, April 12, 26, May 10, 24 and June 7 from 1-4 (times may change as spring progresses!). This class is a new concept here at Ewetopia, designed to be a knit along, so knitted can work on this major project with a group for support, advice and friendship! Fun! Each session we will have an expert in to give advice and help solve problems, and during some session there will be a technique taught more formally, such as: steeking, stranded knitting, reading charts and finishing techniques! This is a completely free class if your yarn is purchased here at the shop! Just think, by the end you will be on your way to finishing or wearing your very own Norwegian sweater!


We are doing some cleaning as spring ordering draws near and we need to find space for all the beautiful new rayons, linens, organic cottons and silks! We have a HUGE number of back issues of Vogue, Interweave Knits, Interweave Crochet, Interweave's Knitscene, Spin-Off, and Handwoven, plus others to clearance! All magazines are 40% off, plus some select books!

Our 30% off yarn bin is full again! There is some beautiful varigated mohair, alpaca boucle, Harrisville shetland wool, a few wonderful skeins of Lamb's Pride wool remains, plus novelty yarn galore!

Help us make more room!

Thursday, February 14, 2008

Button holes and leaves!

The wedding dress bodice is starting to come together, now that i have successfully made it smaller and have started adding its final touches, button holes (still need buttons!) and the leaf border (leaves are supposed to represent the season we are getting married... fall.) It is snowing like crazy out so i hope to get lots of knitting done today!