News About Studio Hours and Protocols For Customer Service

A personal message about what we are doing to try to serve you and stay safe.

4 Comments on “News About Studio Hours and Protocols For Customer Service

  1. Great job Kerry! Thanks for posting this and I look forward to more videos and doing some shopping in the near future, even though the “shopping in your stash” idea is sooooo what I plan to be doing now… LOL! I pulled out some yarn the other day for a sweater, but need something to use as a contrast for the color work.

  2. Thank you Kerry for this, and I LOVE that you’re wearing my shawl!! I look forward to seeing more videos. Even though I am planning on “shopping in my stash” for a while, I will need some complimentary yarn soon for a sweater idea. I pulled out 4 skeins I found this summer on the slow crawl and want to do a Fair Isle pattern – so I need something to contrast!

    Best wishes to you all in these days of change and reflection.

    • Hi Nancy, of course I adore your design and feel lucky to be able to wear it and show it off! Let me know what gauge and color of yarn you have, and maybe fiber content, so I can suggest something.

      • It’s actually a single fingering, so I’m thinking the Mount Elinor like I’m using for the entrelac poncho. The problem is what color!!! The base is a lovely mix of greens, purple, pink, neon yellow, – I know it sounds disgusting…. wait to see it.

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