Ann Budd is coming to Knitwits!

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The Famous teacher, designer, person extraordinaire, Ann Budd is coming to Knitwits March 11th-13th 2016 for 3 days of workshops! The Riverfront Raddison in Covington is the spot, stay over night or come for a day or two or three. She has authored more than a dozen books including The Handy Book Series and one our favorites, Getting Started Knitting Socks, our go-to sock class book! Space is limited, so if you are interested in this special opportunity to take classes from a Knitting Legend … [Continue reading...]

Easy Weekend Projects: A Ravelry Roundup

Happy Day After Thanksgiving! By now, you've had a chance to digest that delicious meal and you're settling into the weekend. If you've ventured out to shop on Black Friday, I wish you luck (and safety!). Even if you don't live in the States and celebrate Thanksgiving, to help you pass this weekend, I thought I would round up some quick and easy projects that you can finish in a day or two. These are fun and chances are, you have the materials already laying around at home. Crochet Pom … [Continue reading...]

Knits for Pets: A Ravelry Roundup

With the weather turning cooler, it’s time to turn our attention to our furry buddies who still have to spend some time outside – and how we can help them stay a little warmer. I have a Pomeranian who has no shortage of fur, but he still sometimes gets chilled, especially this past winter when […]

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Thanksgiving at Home: A Ravelry Roundup

I have yet to cook a turkey. As in, a full size turkey. As in, a Thanksgiving Dinner Turkey. And, sadly, this year is another year where that milestone will go uncrossed. There’s always next year, right? In the meantime, I searched on Ravelry for some knits that would be fun to use on Thanksgiving […]

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Knit Cardigan Sweaters: A Ravelry Roundup

Fall weather is for cardigans. That’s just a fact of life. Something about the cool, crisp weather + a cozy cardigan feels right. The nights are getting cooler, and we’re moving into the season of pumpkins, apple cider and buckets of candy. So, of course, I went on a hunt for some cute knit cardigan […]

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Light Fingering and Lace Knit Shawls: A Ravelry Roundup

I have a bundle of gorgeous Unique Sheep fingering weight yarn that I’ve been holding for something special. I’m sure you do the same thing. You see a yarn you can’t live without, but you don’t exactly have a pattern in mind for it….you can’t help yourself, though, and you go ahead and add it […]

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Fall Inspired Knits: A Ravelry Roundup

It’s official. Summer is on the way out, and now that we are in September, we’re getting closer and closer to fall and – yikes!! – the holiday season. But let’s take it one day at a time before we start thinking about Thanksgiving and Christmas, shall we? In the meantime, here’s a little roundup […]

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How to use Pinterest like a pro

A couple weeks ago, I taught a class at the shop all about how to use Pinterest like a pro. There was interest in me summarizing what we talked about so people could have a handy reference. So, here’s what you need to know: Signing up for an account There are two different ways you […]

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