Enter to win a prize on Local Needlepoint Shop Day this Saturday!
Yarnivore now stocks several lines of fiber, including Rainbow Gallery's Silk Lame Braid, Splendor and Very Velvet, DMC Pearl Cotton 5, and Kreinik Metallic. We expect our first shipment of Vineyard Silk's Merino Wool to arrive this week and we have an order pending with Silk & Ivory.
We're also expanding our selection of Alice Peterson's Stitch & Zip and Stitch-Up kits, including holiday themed ornaments and mini-stockings. More are on the way, too!
We have K's Creations Z-frames and stretcher bars, plus lights, magnifiers, bags, needles, and other fun notions.
Help us celebrate national Local Needlepoint Shop day on Saturday, November 7 and enter one of our drawings (no purchase necessary) Win a Stitch & Zip kit or other supplies! Nancy will be available to give advice on your needlepoint project and to provide information about her consulting services and upcoming mini-classes (2 students per session).
Be well, be safe, be kind!
-Caryn & the Yarnivore crew
Hand-dyed sock-weight (fingering) yarn is a perennial favorite here at Yarnivore! But what to do if you're not a sock knitter? Or maybe you have enough socks for now? We found this beautiful shawl pattern, Very Valerie (FREE on Payhip.com) by Kay Jean Designs. It's a lovely mosaic pattern. Looks hard? Don't worry! Mosaic is easy! All you do is knit, purl, and slip stitches - totally doable! And it makes a lovely warm fabric that'll keep you cozy as the nights get colder.
Zorn Junction Trunk Show!
Local Dyer Zorn Junction will be here on Saturday, November 14! Come see their gorgeous yarns!
Hours this week
Private Lessons can be scheduled outside of regular hours at the discretion of the teacher.
As always, online and curbside sales and online lessons remain available.
In-store and online private lessons are available! Please call us at 210-979-8255 to schedule a lesson! Wendy and Nancy M. are both available to help you with your projects!
The Tip Jar
Do you want to wear your handmade hats, but not sure how to wear them and still look cute? Unless you actually NEED the cap pulled down for warmth, wear it with some of your hair showing around your face. If your hair is long, let your hair hang down by your jaw/neck. If you put it up, make sure some tendrils are showing. Short hair? Let your bangs show a bit.
And of course, the more your wear hats, the more comfortable you get with them. It's great to have something to fall back on on days when it's a little chilly or when your hair is just not behaving!
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