To get this said right up front:  THE FLOUNCE HAS ARRIVED!  It has arrived in every color and even some of the old colors we had last year.  It is $12 a ball and I am happy to ship to you.  Just contact me at the studio: (570)586-6985 or by email.

For the best looking scarf I recommend 9 stitches on a US10-11 needle.

 

Completed Flounce Scarf

 

JUNIPER MOON FARM YARN:  OPEN HOUSE this coming Monday, September 26th, officially beginning at 5pm and ending whenever we decide to call it a night (at least open until 9pm).  There will be refreshments, door prizes, specials for that night only and ALL THE GARMENTS with the Owner of the Farm, Susan Gibbs.  I am sure she will be happy to autograph the books that go with her yarns and the yarns are all on the shelf.  There are two additional patterns, one for the worsted weight yarn and one for the chunky weight yarn.  The matching pattern will be available free with purchase of the yarn to make the 1-2 skein project.  I look forward to seeing you at our reception and will be reminding you daily of this upcoming event.  ;-D

The Juniper Moon Farm Display...the shawl on the left there is Live Oak by Romi Hill, knit in the lace weight of this brand of yarn...less than one skein.

 

and finally, a sampling of current and completed customer projects in no particular order:

Jamie's completed FiddleHead socks...one of the sock club kits from this year.

 

Suzy in her recently completed Saratoga sweater....she used the Simple Summer Tweed free pattern on Ravelry as the base pattern.

 

My hand to Heaven: I taught this man (whose name has been changed to protect the innocent) WHO IS LEFT-HANDED to knit, purl, do magic loop and begin his own sock ALL IN ONE HOUR!

 

DEBBIE'S nearly completed Stephen West Mystery KAL in Elsbeth Lavold Silky Wool.

 

Lourdes is working mittens for the homeless in Amity....available at Summit Yarn.

 

Debbie models her completed shawl made in Debbie Bliss Donegal Tweed Chunky (this yarn is marked down 50% and is now just $7 a skein while it lasts).

 

The Live Oak Shawl Redesign is now available for viewing and tickets will go on sale soon to raise monies for Local Red Cross Relief Efforts.  Each ticket is $5 and the yarn is Filigran, donated by Donna McGranahan of Skacel Knitting.  The shawl was knit by our own Martha Wells and is beautiful.  I hope you will all support our efforts to help those affected by the terrible results of flooding in our area…and I thank you from my heart in advance.

with love and light always,  Mary Ellen

 

 

 

 

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