Andrea Mowry Workshops

© Andrea Mowry We are excited to be welcoming Andrea Mowry to My Sister Knits in the coming year to teach two brioche workshops. Andrea Mowry is a pattern designer known for her incredible shawls and brioche work. She has designed patterns for her own collections as well as various fantastic companies such as Knit…

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Sandy’s Coming, Sandy’s Coming!

We dearly love it when Sandy Barnes from Shibui Knits has a chance to visit us!  We always take advantage of her extensive knowledge and enjoy her fun personality. This time she’s going to teach which is even better!  Our gift to you this holiday season is her Sequences class. Sequences is a bold, striking…

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Chic Pre-Holiday Jewelry Show This Saturday!

My Sister Knits is delighted to offer a chic pre-holiday event this Saturday, November 12th, from 10am until 1pm. You will have the unusual opportunity to see and buy lovely jewelry created by long time Fort Collins resident Val Mauksch. Val has been designing and making eclectic jewelry for 10 years and participates in local markets,…

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Say Hello to Jeffrey!

We are in for a rare treat this week!  Some of you may have been to The Yarn Guys’ booth at Interweave’s Yarn Fest.  The booth is chock-a-block full of amazing Norwegian knits as they are the US distributors of Norway’s Rauma yarns.  This yarn is sticky which is perfection for colorwork projects! We carry their…

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Today’s the Day!

Today is an exciting day for Woolfolk and My Sister Knits; it’s the launch of their newest family member, Tov! Tov is aran weight with an unusual construction; it’s a 12 ply cabled yarn.  Six sets of two plies are twisted in one direction.  Then  those six strands are twisted together in the opposite direction creating a…

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Have You Discovered Woolfolk?

Woolfolk is welcoming a new addition to their family of yarns!  Join us as we celebrate on Thursday, October 6th from 1pm until 5pm! Woolfolk, named after owner Kristin Ford’s Danish grandmother, is known for its yarns that are soft as down.  Kristin found sheep in Patagonia with wool that feels like cashmere!  This wool…

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Cabling Fearlessly and a Christmas KAL!

It’s the time of year when our minds and projects turn to accessories to keep us warm and the upcoming holidays! We have two events to get you going! The first is our next Fearless Knitting topic which is cables! They make you feel so clever and are so much fun to knit but may be intimidating…

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Join us for Tour de Fat!

One of Fort Collins’ great fall traditions is the annual Tour de Fat presented by New Belgium Brewing Co.!  This is a colorful, noisy, magnificent bike parade complete with costumes for both humans and bikes. Tour de Fat is a traveling bike festival taking place in 13 cities across the U.S., promoting bike use. The Ft….

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Join Our Olympics Challenge!

Join the My Sister Knits’ community as we challenge ourselves to make the quick-to-knit, versatile Scelte Cowl during the Olympics! We love our sample made with three colors of Anzula For Better or Worsted and Jenny, Diana, and Connie Bea had fun putting together a variety of colors and yarns to spur your creativity!       Scelte is worked flat using worsted…

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A Delightful Photo Journey!

For your delight, here is a photo journey of the My Sister Knits’ yarn crawl experience! As you drive up you’ll see a friendly tree, yarn bombed for your enjoyment…. Walking to the gate, you’ll notice this…. The fun goes into full swing as you meander through the garden to the shop…. You might catch a glimpse of Kimberly straightening…….

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