Annie caught a MagiKarp!

Using the Fish Hat designed by Thelma Egberts (Knitty – Winter 2008) and our very own “Southern Alberta Beefy yarn, Annie knitted and felted herself a fine, wearable MagiKarp! If you are interested in a catching a MagiKarp too, Ravelry has quite a few pages of inspiration here! Not sure if it will fit in …

Strong and Free!

We are so thrilled! Heidi Kirrmaier has graciously allowed us to display the samples from the new collection Strong and Free, which she Josée Paquin have designed! Be sure to stop in and check out these gorgeous Canadian themed designs, as we only have them in our clutches until Wednesday, September 27th at noon!

What we got Wednesday – November 4th, 2015

We got a new fibre friend! His name is Grendel, and he is a troll who is hoping “to dispel some of the myths about trolls.” From his bio: “Troll misbehaviour is grossly exaggerated. How often do you actually see documented evidence of a troll getting out of hand?” Grendel is a unique “Bragg Creekture” …

A nice, Friday sweater

We wanted to show you Karen’s sweater today. She found the pattern in a vintage Family Circle magazine, and knitted it in Heart West Haven 2 ply yarn, a locally sourced yarn from Millarville, Alberta. Great job, Karen! It is one beautiful sweater, and the details are amazing!