The Perfect Beginner Lace Shawl!

Zoe has knit a stunning sample of Heidi Alander’s Satakieli shawl using Tukuwool, our new yarn from Finland.  It’s lightweight, airy and you hardly know you have it on! This shawl is terrific for someone looking for a beginning lace project because it’s combined with restful garter stitch!  The lace pattern is made with yarn…

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  • Have You Found Our Half Price Sale Nook?

    Upstairs at My Sister Knits, tucked into a cozy corner under the eaves, you will find an incredible little space full of a wide selection of notions, bags, and yarn, all half price!   Right now there treasures such as ……….         You’re going to want to check out this space every time you…

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  • Join Us in Celebrating Worldwide Knit in Public Day!

    On Saturday, June 10th, knitters all over the world will gather to knit in public! We will come out of our homes and flock to coffee shops, restaurants, sporting events, anywhere there are unknown people and we will pull out our WIPs and we will bravely knit in front of everyone! We will show the…

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  • What Else Can Be Found at My Sister Knits?

    Everyone knows that My Sister Knits has a rich profusion of yarns and needles available.  Follow along as we take you on a photo journey of some of the other items that can be found in the shop! Twig and Horn’s Wool Interchangeable Needle Case, cut and sewn in Maine, is a topnotch durable case ready to…

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  • ITO Yarns are Ideal for Summer Knitting

    “Summertime, and the livin’ is easy”…. these lyrics from the Ella Fitzgerald song ring true as we ease from May into June. Summer is the time when pleasant evenings are spent on the porch, sipping cool drinks, and knitting.  For some, summer provides knitting time during kids’ activities.  For others, road trips are in order…

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  • We are the FIRST in the US to Carry This Yarn!

    We are delighted to be the first shop in the US to carry Tukuwool yarn from Finland! Tukuwool is made with a blend of Finnsheep and Finnsheep-Texel crossbreed.  It’s 100% Finnish from sheep to yarn!   Combining these two breeds produces a yarn that is a bit lofty for warmth, is soft and durable, and has…

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  • PeepalooFields Forever!

    We’ve said it before and it bears repeating – Colorado has independent yarn dyers galore! We welcome another yarn to the shop, this time hailing from Littleton, Colorado. Shari Scheider, owner of PeepalooFields, is a young mother who loves coffee and yarn.  She says that her 4 and 6 year old make up her story as…

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  • Potpourri

    Definition of potpourri:  “a mixture or collection of seemingly unrelated items, an unusual assortment….”  vocabulary.com Item number one: Mothers’ Day is special to us at My Sister Knits and we are going to celebrate in a big way! We hope you can join us! May 13th, the Saturday before Mothers’ Day, you are invited to…

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  • Join us for Fearless Knitting!

    Do you have a project you dearly want to create but something is holding you back?  One that you’ve had your eye on for ages but perhaps there’s a certain skill required that you need to learn or brush up on?  We have just the solution! Maybe you’ve been eyeing one of our shop samples, pondering…

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  • Meet Julie Asselin’s Nurtured Yarn

    We are carefully curating a collection of more traditional woolen spun yarns in the shop and we’d like to introduce you to hand-dyer and yarn maker Julie Asselin’s Nurtured, a woolen spun yarn whose colors are created in Julie’s dye studio. Woolen spun yarns are light and airy, resulting in a light weight, warm finished project….

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