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Book Review: New Guy

I recently had the opportunity to meet the delightful designer, Kate Oates. Known for her fun and functional children’s patterns, Kate is a delightful part of this knitting community. And with 4 small boys herself, she knows what needs to go into a fun and functional kid pattern. We were both in the Blue Sky… Keep Reading
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Giveaway Time!

We found one last party bag and are giving it away to one lucky fiber friend! Simply head over to our Instagram account, follow @StashLocal, and enter to win on the Giveaway Post.*  Good luck! *This giveaway will close on Monday June 29th 2015 at 10am PST.  It is open to residents of the US and Canada and… Keep Reading
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Stash at Black Sheep 2015

We look forward to the Black Sheep Gathering fiber festival each year.  Not just as vendors, but as knitters, spinners, and general fiber fanatics.  It’s a fun weekend of mixing work and play. We get to meet new friends, share excitement with local friends, and reconnect with many of our vendors face to face. This… Keep Reading
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Milo Vest

Some patterns are destined to be classics. The Milo vest, originally published by Georgie Hallam in 2009, is one of those patterns. It’s compulsively knittable because of the myriad ways it can be modified.  The pattern includes several variations of cable that can be knit onto the front.  Try it in solids, tweeds, or variegated… Keep Reading
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It’s That Time of Year: Black Sheep Gathering is here!

We’re loading up some exciting new treats and caravaning down to the Black Sheep Gathering in Eugene June 19-21.  This will be our 4th year vending at this fiber festival, and it truly is one of the highlights of the year. You’ll definitely want to swing by and visit the vendors and support the small… Keep Reading
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