CustomFit is Here!

Sonoma County CustomFit

Good morning,

Today I have a few questions for you.  Have you ever made a sweater that just didn’t fit right?  Are you tired of altering patterns so they fit you? Do you want a sweater that has all the right stuff?  Have you just never knit a sweater because you don’t want all those things to happen to you?  Well we have some exciting news for you and now we can help you get exactly what you want that fits you like a dream!  Yarnitudes is now a CustomFit Local Yarn Store.  That’s right; CustomFit sweaters from Amy Herzog Design are here!  That means we are prepared to help you design and fit your very own CustomFit Sweater.

Sweater knitting has never been so easy.  CustomFit lets you use any yarn you want, for any of our [CustomFit] designs, and creates a pattern to your choices.”

But why make a sweater using CustomFit when there are so many other pattern choices out there?  Well let me tell you.  Sometimes sweaters just don’t fit right when you make them as designed. You know I have knit a sweater or two.  And yes even I make bad choices or I don’t get it exactly right. I’ve even ripped out a whole sweater that was just not working and have re-knit things because they were never going to fit.  I have three sweaters in my closet right now that I never wear because they just don’t fit.  I can’t bear to rip them out or give them away.  So they just sit there!  But no more!

Check out this great vest I made using CustomFit.  I just love it!

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Trudy is making a more advanced CustomFit sweater recipe that overlays a cable stitches on a CustomFit pattern!  Wow! Gorgeous!

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Here is Deirdre modeling one of her CustomFit creations.  Doesn’t she look happy with the outcome?

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Please let us help you.  We want to give you the tools to not only knit a sweater that fits, but to teach to the skills you need to know to complete it.  Sweater knitting is not that hard.  After all, we all knit one stitch at a time.  It is really gratifying to make something that you can wear.  I get compliments on mine all the time!  So join us!

Yarnitudes will be hosting CustomFit sweater knit-a-long starting in January.  To better serve you, we will be having workshops before the knit-a-long starts.  There are two sessions in this workshop series and you will need to attend both workshops to get a pattern that is ready to knit.

We have several dates available for the workshops.  Please choose one that works for your schedule.  If you absolutely cannot make one of the workshops, we can make one on one appointments.

Please choose one 2-class session to attend:

Tues. Jan. 5 & 12, 5:30-7:00pm &
OR
Thurs. Jan. 7 & 14, 5:30-7:00pm
OR
Fri. Jan. 8 & 15, 9:00-10:30am
OR
Fri. Jan. 8 &15, 11:00am-12:30pm
OR
Sun. Jan. 10 & 17, 4:30-6:00pm

There is a onetime fee of $25 for measuring and pattern generation.  We will give you a voucher for $15 off your sweater yarn purchase at the time of the workshop.  CustomFit patterns cost between $10 and $12.50.

Once you have completed the workshop series you are ready to start your sweater.  We will be happy to sit and knit with you while you make your sweater.  We have two weekly sit and knit sessions.  Yarnitudes Sit and Knit happens on Wednesday nights and Friday afternoons.  As always, if you have a quick question we are happy to help as time allows during the day.  If you need more help on your sweater we will hold CustomFit drop-in help sessions twice a week for $10/hour.  We have not yet scheduled a formal sweater knitting class.  If there is enough interest, we will try to schedule formal classes.  Please let us know if you want a sit down lesson for sweater knitting and we will try to schedule something that works for everyone.

Here is what Amy has to say about local stores and what we can bring you in the sweater knitting process:

“The Local Yarn Stores are our torch bearers. They’re the place where you can learn what separates a good sweater fabric from a bad sweater fabric. And why mattress stitch is the way to go, for seams. How to swatch properly. How to pick up stitches and set in a zipper and make sure your folded hem doesn’t flip up when you wear it. They’re the ones who can teach you about craft.

CustomFit can give you a pattern. But your Local Yarn Store can teach you how to knit a sweater. And so it seemed only natural to combine the two. CustomFit is now available in an ever-growing list of stores. Their classes & collective expertise can help you on your crafting journey, and help your sweaters change your life.”

Please join Yarnitudes in our CustomFit journey!

Workshop Day 1: In this workshop we will discuss good sweater yarn, good sweater fabric, and take your measurements.  We will discuss how to swatch and why it is important to swatch. Here we are not swatching “to get gauge,” but rather to get good sweater fabric that will wear well and that we like on a large scale.  By doing this we are taking our stitch pattern and edging choices out for a test drive!  After this workshop, you will go home with a skein of yarn to swatch with.  Once we have a fabric we like then the magic happens.  CustomFit works with YOUR measurements and YOUR gauge to make a pattern that is just for YOU!

Before the second workshop you must complete a 6×6 swatch in stockinette stitch (and in pattern if applicable.)  Please take some time to view the Custom Fit Sweater patterns.  This will make your sweater pattern building session go much faster.  You can view the Custom Fit patterns at home on your computer by clicking here or in the shop where we have a design book for you to look through.  Remember, the options are all customize-able from body and sleeve length to edging choices and style.  If you don’t see what you want you can build your own sweater from scratch.  This option should only be used by experienced sweater knitters.

Day 2:  We will meet one week later to evaluate your swatch to see if you have good fabric.  We will then measure your gauge and generate your CustomFit sweater pattern for you in the store.  The great thing about the pattern design process is it will tell you how much yarn you need to knit your sweater.  Yeay! No more guesswork.

If you have any questions please stop by the store. we would be happy to help.

~Lesley

Small Business Saturday and a Sale!

 

Good Morning,
Please forgive the second message this week.  But I just had to tell you.  We are having a special sale on Saturday, November 28th.  Not only is is Small Business Saturday with American Express giving incentives for customers who sign up with their card company in advance.  We decided at Yarnitudes to have a special sale!
30% off all Noro yarn
15% off all Kits
15% off all books
10% off all Needles (including sets)
10% off all Crochet hooks
10% off all Notions.
10% additional savings on all Clearance and sale yarn.
10% additional off when you purchase the remaining stock of single color of sale priced yarn.
So stop by the shop and get your supplies sorted for all your holiday crafting!
Please note – we will be closing several days over the holidays.
First off, we will close at 2pm on Wednesday November 25thand be closed on Thursday and Friday the 26th and 27thNovember.  For a full list of all the holiday closures, please go to the contact page of our website.

Hats off to you and Happy Thanksgiving

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Good Morning, I hope you had a great weekend.  This year marks the first year we are hosting Thanksgiving at our home. For us, the Thanksgiving holiday has always been a time to celebrate friendship.  Our house guests are arriving.  We cook together and have a great time every year.  As the day approaches, there is food to be prepared, and cribbage to be played.  I have been knitting frantically but finally, the hats are done.  Here they are for your perusal.  Can you believe it?They are finished.  It took me until midnight on Saturday, but the ends are all wound in and they are done!
Below are the details for anyone who is interested.  Unless otherwise stated the hats took less than one ball of yarn.  For the most part, I just look at the gauge on a ball band and estimate my stitch count and I’m off and running!  i go for an inch or in ribbing and then switched to stockinette the remainder. i did get bored and do some textured ones.  For a few hats I followed a pattern.  Those are linked below.
I love knitting hats because you get to test drive yarn and stitch patterns, but you have something useful when it is completed.  My husband wears hats often because his head gets cold and he has accumulated quite a collection.  I have always loved playing with cables and color on a small scale.  This year all our guests will receive a hat to take home with them. Jon our usual host chose the color scheme when he requested a purple hat this year.
From the top row:
Noro Silk Garden
Knitting Fever Painted Sky – Pressed Rib Hat
Cascade 220 Superwash
Noro Kureyon (takes slightly more than one ball of yarn)
Berocco Ultra Alpaca – Columbia Gorge
Second Row:
Cascade 220 Superwash – Antler Hat
Unknown Superwash brought home from Korea
Rowan fine Art Aran (half a skein)
Debbie Bliss Cashmerino Aran – Christians’s Hat
Cascade Alpaca Pure
Bottom row:
Rowan fine Art Aran (half a skein) – Pressed Rib Hat
Malabrigo Rios
Noro Shiro
Knitting Fever Painted Sky
So stop by the store, grab a skein and get to knitting.  You have plenty of time to knit or crochet up a hat.  Have fun, try a new stitch or just play with color.
Until next time Happy Holidays to your family from ours.  Be safe and happy knitting!
~Lesley
Please note – we will be closing several days over the holidays.
First off, we will close at 2pm on Wednesday November 25thand be closed on Thursday and Friday the 26th and 27thNovember.  For a full list of all the holiday closures, please go to the contact page of our website.

And yes, they are STILL at it!!! (But it is almost finished)

Contact us ASAP to sign  up for classes.  We hate having to cancel due to lack of attendance.
Yarnitudes Classes This week:
Yarnitudes Classes Next week:
Drop in knitting help
Wednesdays 2:00-3:00pm
Fridays 10:00-11:00
All other class details are available on our website, click here.

To sign up for a class please reply to this email, call us at the shop 707-827-3618, or contact us.  Classes with fewer than two attendees may have to be rescheduled.

Please let us know if a day or time does not work for you. We will try to repeat a class at a another time.
As always – to allow us to continue classes and maintain the low cost, please purchase your materials here in the store. Thank you

Almost Turkey Time!

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Felted Turkey Pattern

Good Morning, I hope you are well and have had a great week.  Can you believe next week will be Thanksgiving?  Wow!  We have so much to be thankful for.  We live in one of the best places on earth; have great families and friends, and the greatest customers ever.  My list goes on and on but that is for another time.

I know I have really freaked Lesley out about how soon the holiday is coming on.  She is still busy on her Thanksgiving hats.  A few things have managed to take her attention away from them lately, oops.  She will do it though, we all know she will.  Stay tuned for next week she has a special addition to email planned for you so that she can show you all the hats!  I’m pretty sure this isn’t what she is making,  but wouldn’t it be funny?

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Cooked turkey hat pattern

Now that we have you thinking about silly hats.  We now have the Top This Hat kits in the store.   They are going fast too!  Have you seen them?

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They are soooo cute.  There are all kinds of animals  I am making one for Lesley, so don’t be surprised if you come in and see her with a monkey on her head.  They even have some new ones for Christmas and the holidays; you will have to let us know if you want those though as they are not available until next month so we have to get our order in quick with them.

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They are a great quick knit and a very reasonable price, only $9.50.  You don’t have to just make a hat though.  We have instructions at the shop to make a pair of slippers with 2 kits or a cute scarf.

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Speaking of quick projects, I have finally, yay, finished putting all the clearance items together into bags with ideas of what you can make from them.  I have mixed and matched colors too, so now you can just pick one up and away you go.  We have quite a selections of kits put together from hats, scarves, washcloths – which make great hostess gifts, to Fair Isle cardigans, and vests.  Prices range from 25% to 60% off.  Also, if you look around the store you will see other discounts on selected yarn, and needles.  Be sure to check the signs on each shelf to see our specials.

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Our gift list/registration, Secret Santa, whatever you would like to call it is now going strong.  Some of you have already gotten your list ready.  Needle sets and yarn are most popular, but bags and books are a great idea too.  We will soon have more Della Q and Atenti bags in the store.  We have extra needles sets in stock and will special order for you if we need to to make your gift just perfect!  It is all way too exciting.  The knitters Pride Royale collection is here, minus one set, I just had to have one for myself.  Have you seen them? They really are beautiful.

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Speaking of books, was I?   We now have the Knit the Sky books in stock.  Come by and get a taste of what is to come in the workshop that we are having soon.  We have a correction to the workshop cost.  It should have read $20 for the workshop or $35 with the book.  We hope you will take advantage of this opportunity to meet a local author and learn from her in person!  I had a lady in yesterday who had already been inspired by it and had knit one of the projects from the book.  Come and join Lea, Lesley, and I for a couple of hours of fun.  A reminder the date for this is Sunday, December 6th, 4:30-6:30pm.  Sign up now!

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We are getting ready, planning for next year, classes, visits from local celebrities etc.  We are really trying to keep things hopping, and get you inspired.   Please continue to check the website for current information on classes and workshops.  We have some exciting things in store for you!

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Speaking of what we have in store for you, we have made a great change.  We have scheduled drop in help sessions twice a week so that hopefully you can get help on your projects in progress.  Our schedule is Wednesdays from 2:00-3:00pm and Fridays from 10:00-11:00am.  Madeline has agreed to come in and help us during these times so you will have plenty of opportunity to get help.  The cost is just $10 per hour.  We hope you will take advantage of this time to get your projects back on track.  As always if you have a quick question, there is not charge but anything that takes more than about 5-10 minutes would be better answered during a drop in help session or a private lesson.  Thank you for your understanding.

While I have you let me show you the second finished Svalbard knit-a-long sweater.  Would you believe Lesley still hasn’t finished hers?  This one was completed last week by Sue G.  Isn’t it a great heathery green?  SO many more are cooking along.  We’ll have more to show you next week I bet.

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One more finished project.  Madeline has finished her gradient vest in Mirasol Nuna.  She double stranded the yarn and the fabric is truly decadent.  Can you just imagine how SOFT this must be???

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What are you working on?  Bring it by the shop.  We’d love to see!

So for now I will leave you – until next time – happy knitting!

~Trudy

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There is plenty of time to sign up for classes this week!
Yarnitudes Classes This Week:
Yarnitudes Classes Next week:
All other class details are available on our website, click here.

To sign up for a class please reply to this email, call us at the shop 707-827-3618, or contact us.

Please let us know if a day or time does not work for you. We will try to repeat a class at a another time.
As always – to allow us to continue classes and maintain the low cost, please purchase your materials here in the store. Thank you
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Social knitting

Knitting and Crocheting groups meet at Yarnitudes on Wednesday evenings or Friday afternoons.  Spinning group meets on Thurday afternoon. Please join us!

The Santa Rosa Sit and Stitch meetings occur every Second and Fourth Tuesday at Cafe des Croissants, 2444 Lomitas Ave. Cross streets – Chanate off of Mendocino. New knitters, crocheters always welcome.

For more info on this group contact:

Andi Cassin Bowen – andi_cassin@yahoo.com or Nancy Jensen – garjen@sonic.net

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Cables and Crochet

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Good Morning,

Did you know that November is Cable month?

I don’t know who comes up with these things, however someone did and here we are.  Cabling in November.  If you know me, you know I love cables. In fact I have just started a Custom Fit cable cardigan for ME!!!  The pattern is Acorn Trail.  And it is turning out rather nice if I do say so myself!  Anyway, if you haven’t tried knitting or crocheting cables yet, now is the perfect time.

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My mum who has knitted for most of her life once said “I don’t know how to do those” when presented with a cable project.  I told her it is in fact very easy.  I showed her how, and at the age of 80 she said “why did I wait so long?”  So having said that, how about trying some cables?   Madeline was teaching the little cable neck warmer yesterday.  It is a quick, one skein project.  You have plenty of time to try this and have it done just in time for the holidays. I just saw this cute little pattern for Knitted Boot Cuffs, why don’t you give it a try?  Or try the Crocheted Boot Cuffs featured at the top.  If you have questions don’t worry.  As always we are here to help.

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Did you also know that you are able to crochet cables?  We are hearing from more and more crocheter’s now.  With so many questions and requests for classes you are keeping me on my toes.  As you know we have a great selection of knitting books but because the need wasn’t there, the crochet selection was rather small.  Never fear, we have started adding to it and now and I think we have a pretty good selection.  So why not come and check them out.

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I am always asked which is easier to do:  knit or crochet.  But that is hard to answer because they are just so different.  Depending on the project, crochet can be quicker.  If you drop a stitch you only have that one to worry about.  You have one hook instead of two needles.  The fabric works up very fast.  For some one hook is enough, for others it doesn’t feel right unless you can balance two.  All I know is they are both fun and there are times I want to knit and times I want to crochet.  As always with any craft, do what feels right for you.  If you haven’t tried on or the other it is always nice to give it a try, and often you can use both skills on the same project.  We are an equal opportunity store.

That is why we have added repeating monthly classes for Beginning Knitting and Crocheting.  We have offered these one on one in the past but we are getting so busy in the store that we thought it might help to offer group classes once a month.  We will still offer one on one sessions if needed but group classes should free up some of our time.  Check out our class listings on our website to get more details on these and our other classes.

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If you aren’t following us on Twitter or Facebook you may not have heard.  The Madeline Tosh has arrived!  We have a great selection of colors and yarn weights.  It really is truly scrumptious. I had to stop Lesley from crawling into the box.  Did you know she does that when I’m not around?  Can you believe it?

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Don’t forget about Small Business Saturday for all those of you who use American express, check out their requirements, it is worth the effort, free money! Don’t forget we will be having a special sale that day so stop on by!

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We are very excited to announce that The Knit the Sky Books are in. Remember that space will be limited for this workshop so sign up soon.  Come by and check out the book, it looks like so much fun.  If you can’t make it to the workshop, consider getting the book.  The illustrations are beautiful.  It would make a wonderful gift for any knitter

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We are working on getting more authors to come to work with us in the future, did you know we are very lucky to have some really great ones who live pretty close by.  How exciting!

Now before I leave you for the week, we have some more completed customer projects.

Here is Mary Ann’s Snood/cowl in Nuna, it is really beautiful.

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This is Carol’s shawl in Sebago, What great stitch definition and the yarn washes so well.

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Last but not least Marsha with her pretty pink socks knitted in Pediboo.

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It is so great to see these finished projects.  Soon it will be time to have a special newsletter where you will be able to vote for your favorites.

I will leave you now with thoughts of cables and Tosh to distract you through your Monday.

~Trudy

Please note – we will be closing several days over the holidays.
First off, we will close at 2pm on Wednesday November 25thand be closed on Thursday and Friday the 26th and 27thNovember.  For a full list of all the holiday closures, please go to the contact page of our website.

And yes, they are STILL at it!!!

Yarnitudes Classes This Week:
Two-at-a-Time-Socks (Toe-up or Top-down) – two dates available – Tuesday or Sunday
Yarnitudes Classes Next Week:
All upcoming class details are available on our website, click here.

To sign up for a class please reply to this email, call us at the shop 707-827-3618 or contact us.

Please let us know if a day or time does not work for you. We will try to repeat a class at a another time.
As always – to allow us to continue classes and maintain the low cost, please purchase your materials here in the store. Thank you.
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Social knitting

Knitting and Crocheting groups meet at Yarnitudes on Wednesday evenings or Friday afternoons.  Spinning group meets on Thurday afternoon. Please join us!

The Santa Rosa Sit and Stitch meetings occur every Second and Fourth Tuesday at Cafe des Croissants, 2444 Lomitas Ave. Cross streets – Chanate off of Mendocino. New knitters, crocheters always welcome.

For more info on this group contact:

Andi Cassin Bowen – andi_cassin@yahoo.com or Nancy Jensen – garjen@sonic.net

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Welcome November!

Sonoma County Yarn Shop

Cascade Yarns Bentley now in stock!

Good Morning,

Can you believe it is November already?  Our friends have left and now it is time to get back to business again.  It was fun while it lasted though. We all had a great time; all being well they will be moving back here next year for good.

At the shop we have so many plans in the works.  So much is happening in the upcoming months; it is all very exciting.

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First of all, save the date – Saturday November 28th is Small Business Saturday.  This is an event sponsored by American express.   We will have more details to follow in the coming weeks but suffice it to say that it will be great.  Savings for all, rebates from Amex for those using their cards, it is like free shopping.  You can’t lose!

Our next event is very exciting.

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We recently met with Lea Redmond, a local author, who has just finished writing a wonderful book – Knit the Sky.  She is a delightful lady and she has agreed to come and do a workshop for us.  Yay!!  Lea has been holding these workshops in the East Bay and having a great time I might add.  We are lucky enough to be the first shop in the North Bay to host this workshop. This is to be held in the store at 4.30pm on Sunday December 6th.  Space is very limited so get your reservation in as soon as possible.  The cost of the workshop is $40 without the book and $55 if you buy the book too!  This reflects a discount of $5 off the book.  As a special treat we will give you 10% discount off any yarn you decide to buy at the workshop for your newly discovered creative projects.  The books are on order and we will have them in the shop for your perusal beforehand.  What a great treat for you to take some time out during the craziness of the holidays and have some fun time with the author.

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Here is a message from Lea about the workshop:

 

“Join Lea Redmond, author of Knit the Sky, for an introduction to her adventurous world of knitting, one that is playful, conceptual, and wonderfully personal. Document the weather with stripes. Track your moods in a rainbow of color. And more! She’ll tell stories, show example projects, and guide you through an activity to develop your very own special project in the spirit of “knitting the sky”. You’ll leave the class with at least one bright idea that you can’t wait to knit up! If you’re an accomplished knitter, mix this conceptual approach with your favorite patterns and techniques; if you’re a beginner, design something technically simple that’s full of rich meanings. All you need to bring is paper and pen, life stories, and an open mind!”

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We hope you will join us at Yarnitudes for this wonderful opportunity!

 

We have had so much new yarn arriving this past week it has certainly kept us on our toes.  We have introduced some new lines that we know you will adore.  We have stocked up on your favorites from Cascade and Berroco.  Look at all that Ultra Alpaca!

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Right there with the Ultra Alpaca is a brand new yarn by Cascade called 220 Superwash  Aran.  100% Superwash wool it is super soft and it knits up at a worsted weight gauge. It has such a fun splashy color to it!  This yarn is also available in solids as a special order.

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You probably noticed the lovely yarn in the photo at the top. It is Bentley by Cascade Yarns.  It is a great blend acrylic and superwash wool that knits up beautifully and machine washes like a dream.  It is very reasonably priced.  We can’t wait to work with it!  Stop by to see all the wonderful colors in person.

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Not only have we gotten in great stuff already.  We have made room for the arrival of our next shipment of Tosh which will be here soon.  See the empty shelves?  We are planning ahead this time!

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We also have in the brand new Knitters Pride Holiday collection needles.  They are ooooh so wonderful that we already have requests for many more.  We are keeping a set on hand to show you.  What a great gift!

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Speaking of gifts, we have started our annual “Santa’s Wish List.”  I know it seems early, but we like to be prepared!  Just come in and fill out a card with your wish list for the holidays.  If you have ideas for gifts from your friends and loved ones make a note with us and send them by to the shop.  We will make sure we have what you want in the store for them to simply come in and chose for you.  This has always been very successful.  No more wondering if you will get the gift you want, no more dropping hints, and no more guess work.  So far on people’s lists we have needle sets, books, bags, yarn, notions, project kits, and yarn.  We make it very easy for you.

We have given you a lot to think about this week!  I know my head is spinning!  If you have any questions just drop us a line or stop by.  We have many quick project classes scheduled and plenty of last minute gifts for you to knit.  Let us know how we can help you get your gift list checked off!

Please note – we will be closing several days over the holidays.
First off, we will close at 2pm on Wednesday November 25th and be closed all day on on Thursday and Friday the 26th and 27th November.  For a full list of all the holiday closures, please go to the contact page of our website.

Until I see you next!

~Trudy

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Social knitting

Knitting and Crocheting groups meet at Yarnitudes on Wednesday evenings or Friday afternoons.  Spinning group meets on Thurday afternoon. Please join us!

The Santa Rosa Sit and Stitch meetings occur every Second and Fourth Tuesday at Cafe des Croissants, 2444 Lomitas Ave. Cross streets – Chanate off of Mendocino. New knitters, crocheters always welcome.

For more info on this group contact:

Andi Cassin Bowen – andi_cassin@yahoo.com or Nancy Jensen – garjen@sonic.net

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Yarnitudes Classes This Week:
Yarnitudes Classes Next Week:
Two-at-a-Time-Socks (Toe-up or Top-down) – two dates available – Tuesday or Sunday
All upcoming class details are available on our website, click here.

To sign up for a class please reply to this email, call us at the shop 707-827-3618 or contact us.

Please let us know if a day or time does not work for you. We will try to repeat a class at a another time.
As always – to allow us to continue classes and maintain the low cost, please purchase your materials here in the store. Thank you