Latvian Mittens Class!

Our resident expert on Latvian knitting, Jeannie Giberson, is teaching a class on this ages old technique!  Latvian mittens have a rich history and Jeannie will undoubtedly love to answer any questions you may have!  It will be like a history lesson combined with knitting!  We are so fortunate to have someone with Jeannie’s background…

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Knitting for Olive Designs

If you have a small girl-child in your life and you have yet to discover Knitting for Olive patterns, you are in for a treat!  One look at Pernille Larsen’s patterns on her Knitting for Olive Ravelry page and you’ll fall in love! Olive’s grandmother Pernille began designing  patterns for Olive when she was born…

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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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Use North Light Fibers in School Colors for Hats and Mitts!

    As My Sister Knits is located in a university town, we are always on the lookout for patterns that are begging to be knit with school colors! The time of year when we will be attending outdoor sporting events is fast approaching.  A hat and mitts are essential to carry in a bag…

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Not one but two trunk shows at My Sister Knits!

My Sister Knits has not one but two trunk shows for you to pore over! In 2013, Alana Dakos of Never Not Knitting published Botanical Knits, a book of 12 patterns inspired by the beauty of plant life.  The next year Botanical Knits 2 came out with another 12 patterns. Now Alana has given us…

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