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A trip to WEBS always does a yarn stash good.  I picked up a some yarn for a sweater I fell in love with the Terra Linda Cardigan pattern in the fall issue of Knitscene and I've been thinking about it for weeks.  I picked up what I think is the perfect yarn for it. The pattern...on Ravelry here. Looking forward to casting this on in preparation for something we'll be talking about next week! ...And because when I go to a yarn shop, I can't walk out with just one thing - I also picked up a few skeins for baby projects.

Madelinetosh - Lowland to make the baby pea pod.

Madelinetosh Terra to make Idon'tknowwhat

and Madelinetosh Bark to make another Idon'tknowwhat...maybe a little hat and mits or something. Suggestions always welcomed!

 

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  • Shara: September 26, 2016

    That pea pod is so cute! If I follow too closely with what you’re making for mini stanley, I might be tempted to have more babies! :0 And I love the yarn for it.

  • Andrea @ The Skinny Chronicles: September 26, 2016

    Ooh I love yarn store shopping trips. There’s nothing better. My hand is finally starting to feel better after my over-knitting injury…hoping to pick the needles back up this weekend and see how it goes. Fingers crossed. Such lovely yarn you picked out!

  • Karen: September 26, 2016

    I am making Lintilla, a ruffled scarf out of Madelinetosh Terra. It is really beautiful! I am trying to finish before winter. . .the fingering yarn and tiny needles make it slow going!

  • Donna: September 26, 2016

    Thank you, Kara. I will have to check it out sometime. BTW, the baby peapod is adorable!!

  • krstanley: September 26, 2016

    Hi Donna! WEBS is in North Hampton, MA. If you’ve ever been on www.yarn.com this is the brick & mortar store associated with it. It’s definitely worth the trip up there in my opinion, especially since we live so close.

  • Donna: September 26, 2016

    Hi Kara, I just wonder where WEBS is. I don’t think I ever heard of it but looks like some place I’d enjoy visiting some day :) I love the yarns you picked up there.

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