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What on earth is Steeking?

Have you ever wanted to learn how to steek? In knitting, steeking is a shortcut used to knit in the round. After completing the stitching, a straight line is cut, in order to make room for an opening or place to attach another piece. Don’t be scared of this technique! This class will guide you through the process -you chose a toothy 100% wool yarn and learn how to use the Knit Assist Ring that tensions the yarn separately, so you don’t have to fight with the separate strands. Then you will get your scissors out to steek your Mug Cozy.

Class dates TBA in November.
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Socktober is in full Swing

 

How many socks can one finish in October? Are you one that sets a goal or do you just want to take it easy while knitting or crocheting a pair?

 

We all set goals! Some of us don’t like to have more than one work in progress. Due to the feeling of being overwhelmed. Then there’s those of us that have cast on -itis. We just need to enjoy what we are knitting or crocheting. The sense of accomplishment is the most rewarding. It’s what keeps us loving our craft. 

 

Scraptacular! Socktober? Sock Class

October is known in the knitting world as Socktober. The perfect time for a fun KAL. Cast on day is October 1st and bind off day is October 31st. During the knit-a-long you may knit one pair of socks or as many pairs as you would like. Do the same pattern as we are or one of your choosing. Use sock yarn of your choice, bust into your stash or support your LYS. We have some fun prize coming. So, tag us on Instagram and use our hash tags #yarnonthecorner #yotcsocktober2022


Scraptacular Sock pattern by Carlie Perrins. You can purchase the pattern on Ravelry.

 

Hats for Charity Knit-A-Long

 

The Road Home provides emergency shelter, supportive services, and housing assistance for members of our community that are struggling with homelessness.

 

Join Yarn on the Corner as we work to make a difference in our community!

 

You can join us for Stitch Night on Tuesdays from 5-8 pm to work on hats together as part of our “Knit for Others” Knit-A-Long or drop off your completed hats by October 31st.

 

We are collecting Infant, Child and Adult sizes - any style or yarn is acceptable. We ask for NEW, unworn hats to be donated. Supplies are not provided for the Knit a long on Tuesday nights but we have several cost friendly options.

Barley Light is a pattern from Tin Can Knits and is available for free on Ravelry.

 
The Photographer Hat by- Lavanya Prateicella is available for free on Ravelry.


Parry Beanie by - BonnieMayBlue Ambrea Bishop and is available for free on Ravelry.


Gluma Beanie by - Tabithat Jarvis and is available for free on Ravelry
 





Meet Natalie Pelykh

 

Natalie is a Ukrainian knitwear designer. We have chosen her to highlight her throughout the YARN CRAWL.

 

Natalie fell in love with knitting when she was 4 or 5 years old, watching her mom’s knitting. She loved to sit close to her and follow stitches that were running from one needle to another. It was like a miracle for her! At that time her mom showed her knit and purl stitches and she was really happy knitting scarves for her teddy bears and dolls!

 

As a student, she was making lots of sweaters for herself and my friends. The real passion for knitting came to She when became a mom. With the birth of her kids knitting has become a major hobby for her, a real relaxation and a special world of discovery and adventure. At the same time she had a desire to create her first design. As for every mom, her children are her world. Everything that she does in her life, she does first of all for them! And, of course, also knit first of all for them. :) They are her main inspiration in creating new designs.







The Columbia Cowl - Blue Sky Fiber's Free Design by Bobbi IntVeld

Knit this with two hanks of Blue Sky's Sweater using a fun and easy seed stitch pattern, this cowl is an ideal weekend project and makes a perfect gift. 

This will be our FREE featured pattern for World Wide Knit (or stitch) in Public Day!  Come join us on June 11th at the shop!



Find supplies here
YARN: Sweater (55% Superwash Wool/45% Certified Organic Cotton; 100g/160yd): 2 hanks
NEEDLES: Knitters Pride
PATTERN: COLUMBIA COWL - Design by Bobbi IntVeld







Kickoff Pattern!


We love Blue Sky Fiber's Sweater because it is soft, family friendly and machine washable. Sweater is versatile and the perfect blend of superwash wool and cotton.


Pint-Size Pullover by Sarah Sarah Smuland

MATERIALS
https://www.quiltsonthecorner.com/shop/Yarn/All-Yarn/p/Blue-Sky-Fibers---Sweater-x62185677.htm

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ARN: Sweater (55% Superwash Wool/45% Certified Organic Cotton; 100g/160yd): 1, (2, 2 hanks)

 
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