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Block Party! Refresh Your Knits for Fall

Washing our knitwear after months and years of use is an important way to maintain its beauty and wearabilty. Yet it’s not at the top of list of priorities for many of us; after all, time spent washing a sweater is time that could be spent knitting a sweater! We usually recommend you wash your… Keep Reading
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Botanical Knits 2: Our Crush on the Life Cycle Scarf

We’ve been excited about Botanical Knits 2 ever since the first book came out!  Alana Dakos’ follow up to her botanical-inspired collection does not disappoint. Packed with flora-filled creations that range from accessories to garments, there are a variety of designs to inspire. (view project gallery on Ravelry)  The book itself is stunning, with plenty… Keep Reading
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Oh no! Where’s my mojo?

I used to straight up freak out when my knitting mojo took a dip.  The normal routine of stealing a few stitches here and there throughout the day before a more dedicated knitting session at night would slowly wane. Before I knew it, I hadn’t knit (or worse, thought about knitting) in days.  Was I… Keep Reading
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Handmade Hope: a Charity Stitching Project

When a dear customer first approached us about promoting a knit/crochet-along for newborn hats, we were a bit skeptical.  Hasn’t that been done already?  Would people want to spend their precious crafting time making tiny hats?  Would anyone bring them back to the shop for us to donate? Yes! As it turns out, the response… Keep Reading
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Meet the Samples: Shaelyn

As many of you know, we’ve recently started stocking the wildly popular Madelinetosh yarn here at Stash! Amy at Madelinetosh is known for her incredible colorways and fantastic base yarns. Pashmina is one of our favorites and our newest sample, Shaelyn, takes just one skein! Shaelyn by Leila Raabe is a triangular shawlette knit from… Keep Reading
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