We're Euphoric about this Dyer!
Euphoria Knits Trunk Show!
This Saturday, Sept 10 from noon-4 pm
Come by the shop this Saturday, September 10 and check out the gorgeous yarns from Euphoria Knits! Janessa lives right here in San Antonio and started dyeing yarn 5 years ago. She has a fabulous eye for color!
We know you love to support local artisans, so we hope you'll come meet Janessa and have a look at her beautiful colorways this Saturday, Sept. 10 from noon-4 pm!
Can't wait to see you!
-Caryn & the Yarnivore crew
Click the class name to learn more and to register!
Upcoming classes with available openings are listed below. Click the class name to learn more and to register or call us at 210-979-8255. Space is limited and sign-ups close a week before class begins, so sign up now!
Beginning Knitting - 1 seat available
It all starts here! You'll be knitting with confidence in no time!
Three sessions - Monday, Sept. 12, 19, & 26 at 1 pm
$50 (use your own supplies or buy them at Yarnivore for 10% off)
Knitting Workshop with Wendy - 2 seats available
Bring your projects and problems and we'll find solutions!
One session - Thursday, Sept. 22 at 5:30 pm
$20 (use your own supplies or buy them at Yarnivore for 10% off)
Intro to Lace Knitting - 2 seats available
Learn to make holes in your knitting on purpose!
Two sessions - Thursday, Sept. 29 and Oct. 6
$35(use your own supplies or buy them at Yarnivore for 10% off)
Happy Labor Day!
Thank you to Han and to the rest of the Yarnivore staff for their hard work all year! And thank you to our customers and community for trusting us to help you with your yarn crafting needs!
Hours this week
11-7 Thursday & Friday
Spinners & Weavers Meet Up - Saturday, August 20
Euphoria Knits Trunk Show - Saturday, August 27
In-store and online private lessons are available! Please call 210-979-8255 to schedule a lesson! Wendy, Dawn, Moses, and Nancy are all available to help you with your projects! Private Lessons can also be scheduled outside of regular hours at the discretion of the teacher.
The Tip Jar
This one is for those times when you need to work stitches evenly along an edge. For knitters, this usually means picking up stitches. For crocheters, it usually means working an edge stitch.
Either way, the pattern will usually tell you how many stitches you need and then say to work those stitches evenly along the edge. Here's a way to divide and conquer to make this process easier, using coil-less safety pins or locking stitch markers:
1. Fold the edge in half and mark the halfway point with a pin or marker
2. Fold the outside edges to the center and mark the fold to divide into 4ths.
3. Keep folding each section in half to divide your edge into 8 parts, then 16 parts, or even 32 parts if you need it.
4. When each section is small enough to be manageable, divide the number of stitches you need by the number of sections and work them as the pattern says.
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