There's still time to join us!
Sign up below for all the details and to stay in touch throughout the KAL! You'll receive a free copy of Corinne's new hat pattern (pictured below) Flowers of Fortrose and of course, there will be PRIZES!
Knit-A-Long with us
Knit any all-over colorwork pattern of your choosing for any accessory you'd like. Accessories include cowls, socks, hats, scarves, mittens and more.
Kits and yarn sets are available in the shop now to make joining easy!
To be eligible for prizes, choose any pattern with all-over colorwork and use mostly (80% or so) yarn from The Woolly Thistle. Projects can be knit or crocheted and use any colorwork technique including stranded knitting, Fairisle, Mosaic, and Intarsia. We'll have prizes in our Facebook Group and our Ravelry Group. You can participate in the group of your choosing, or both! Or send us an email with a photo of your completed projects to be entered for a prize!
Lots of fabulous kits are in the shop now with a few more releasing as the KAL approaches!
Enjoy an encouraging and inspiring community & PRIZES!
Our Free Gift for KAL Knitters!
After signing up for the Colorwork Accessories KAL, you'll receive a free download of Corinne's new hat pattern, Flowers of Fortrose. Check your inbox after you sign up!
I started my yarn journey on the longest night of the year, back in December 2011, when I embarked on knitting Kate Davies' Owlet Sweater for my then 5 year old daughter, Heather.
I had learned to knit (and had knitted various garments) as a young girl in Scotland but had put the knitting down for several years. Upon picking up my new circular needles on that December night, and while following the well written and friendly pattern by Kate Davies, a new appreciation and enjoyment for knitting grew and quickly became a passionate pursuit. I am from Scotland and immigrated to the USA in 1992.
Through knitting and actively participating in the world-wide knitting community, I have been able to keep connections with Scotland in a way that wasn't possible before. The act of knitting as well as being a part of a community of Knitters has brought a lot of happiness to my day-to-day life and now provides me full-time employment importing British and European yarns for those of us here in the USA.
Now it is my wish and desire to bring that same joy and happiness into the lives of others as well.Come join the fun in our free group! See you there!