New Stash

August 17, 2012 6 Comments

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!

 



6 Responses

Shara
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
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
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
Donna

September 26, 2016

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

krstanley
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
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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