My Sister Knits is Going to Yarn Fest!

Interweave Yarn Fest is Thursday, April 12th through Sunday, April 15th!  We are so fortunate to have it take place right in our own back yard at The Embassy Suites in Loveland, CO! We had so much fun in our booth last year that we’re doing it again!  We’re in the same place, about halfway…

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  • Norwegian Fir Cardigan

    Norwegian Fir is the dear little cardigan you’ll find upstairs on display.  You’ll probably notice it as soon as you turn left at the top of the stairs!  Be sure to check out the button! This pattern is sized for 0-3 months through 8-9 years. It’s a top-down pattern with explicit row-by-row directions until the divide…

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  • A Homespun House!

    My Sister Knits is the first in the country to carry A Homespun House yarn! This yarn comes to us from Berlin, Germany!  Molly, who is an American living in Berlin with her husband and young children, is the creative force and dyer of this enticing yarn. Molly has been knitting most of her life…

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  • Yarn Bowls: Necessity or Nicety?

    The perfect yarn bowl is love at first sight!  You see it, you feel it, you admire it, and you are smitten.   As you come into My Sister Knits, pause and let your eyes wander, taking in our collection of these beauties.  Remember to look up as not all of them are at eye…

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  • Have a Knitting Adventure!

    Do you ever think of having a knitting adventure?  Are you ever not quite sure how something will turn out but you forge ahead anyway, putting your faith in the pattern and/or designer? Adventure is defined as an unusual and exciting experience; the encountering of risks; a wild and exciting undertaking!  The two concepts of…

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  • Why Choose One Needle Tip Over Another?

    In December we posted about the value of moving more often while we knit, protecting our backs when we sit, and knitting on more than one project at a time using different sized needles and weights of yarn. Today we’ll share why needle tips make a difference, again with information from Carson Demers’ book Knitting…

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  • A Hat Named Hofsos

    My Sister Knits has a hat sample that you’re going to want to take a look at!  Stephen West designed this hat in 2013 and it’s a pattern that will never go out of style due to its unique construction. The Hofsos Hat is made with two strands of Loft held double throughout.  Part of…

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  • February Classes

    Knitting classes are perfect for February!  The holidays are behind us and we’re kind of slogging along until spring.  They offer a chance to immerse ourselves in something new to enhance our knitting skills. We have a selection of classes for you to choose from! Kria Cardigan, Saturdays February 10th through March 3rd, 1pm-3pm You…

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  • Joyful Knit Collage Yarn!

    Knit Collage is fascinating yarn to create with!  This super bulky yarn is so much fun that you have to keep going to see what the next row reveals, and the next, and the next!  Fortunately it works up quickly so you don’t have to wait long to gaze in delight at your finished project!…

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  • Knitters and Crocheters Creating Comfort

    Odds are that you, a family member, a friend, or a friend of a friend has gone through breast cancer.  My Sister Knits has a marvelous opportunity for you to do something kind and oh-so-meaningful for breast cancer patients! Hope Lives The purpose of Hope Lives, a local non-profit, is to provide supportive services to…

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