We have kept up a steady pace this past week.  Everyone seems to have “that next project” weighing on their mind.  Having been in business eight years now we have the biggest selection in Northeastern Pennsylvania.  We also have a wide range of yarns marked down…yarns that we have enjoyed, but its time to move on.  As you walk around, you will find many markdowns in addition to new and unusual fibers.  We have the new Juniper Moon Farms selections as well as the Open House coming up on Sunday October 23rd from 1-4 pm, featuring a host of yarns handpicked at Schaefer Yarns.

New this Fall are included spinning and weaving supplies from Schacht Spindle Company.  Come in and try the Cricket Loom and have a look through the catalog.  We have been featuring classes on drop spindle and everyone is having fun with this new technique.

We are also dreaming dreams of Tea Cozy designs.  There is a free pattern here on the blog and many patterns if you do a search on Ravelry.  And really, any hat design is a tea cozy just waiting to happen.

For those of you who are attending Rhinebeck this weekend:  have a great time.  I always enjoy seeing the treasures you bring back and hearing about the ideas you have for knitting those treasures!  Martha, as she does every year, went above and beyond and found me 1500 meters of yum!  YAY!  Can’t wait to get my hands on it!  Drive home safely Martha! xox!!!

Take care and check out the updated hours for the studio on the “About Summit Yarn” page (our son has Conversational Italian late on Tuesday and Thursdays, so the studio is open until 6pm those two days!)

Loads of love and light, Mary Ellen