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Fall is a busy time here at Knit & Bolt. We get lots of new lines of fabric in. New yarns are released into the world. And our instructors also just pack the schedule with fun classes for you all. So that means I have a lot of things to share with you.
We have new lines from Moda, Blend, and Cotton+Steel
We have Moda’s Metropolis by Basic Grey newly in stock and their Dot Dot Boo Halloween line too.
Blend Fabric’s Boo Bash Halloween line reminds me of my childhood.
The Moonrise fabric is Alexia Abegg’s last Cotton+Steel collection. I’m excited to have all of the fabrics from this witchy fabric line.
Rashida Coleman-Hale’s last line for Cotton+Steel is Akoma. The line was inspired by the Adinkra symbols of the Akan of Ghana and the Gyaman of the Cote d’Ivoire. It is a bold and strong line.
We have new Rasta colors from Malabrigo. A new line Scout from Kelbourne Woolens. And a fun new sample in Cloud9Fibers Bennoto. The sample is
Open Sky by Andrea Mowry, knit up by our wonderful instructor Johnna.
Becka Rahn, local artist and all around cool ladie, is bringing some new classes to Knit & Bolt.
So as you see there is a lot happening this Fall at the shop. Make sure you are signed up for our newsletter and following along with us on social media to keep up to date with all the happening.
I’m off to make some more samples for the shop. Have a great day.
We recently got in Blue Sky Fibers' new limited edition yarn American Scenic. This yarn is a partnership between Blue Sky Fibers and Tabbethia Haubold, the fiber designer of Long Island Yarn & Farm. They have worked together to come up with a very cool, squishy yarn. The yarn is even spun in a family-run US mill in small batches. And as craft brewers can tell you, small batches are the best.
The four colors that the yarn comes in are all in stock at the shop. I have them sitting on the front counter with me. That way I can give them a squeeze during the day. I thought about keeping them all for myself. However, sharing them with all of you and seeing your creations is much more fun.