A Good Yarn trunk show

I’m coming to the last few days now of my holiday in Florida. I’ve had a great time but I’m such a workaholic I’m really itching to get back to work!

Last Saturday I had the pleasure of spending the afternoon at A Good Yarn. This store has got a fantastic selection and such a supportive group of knitters. I suspect if I lived close by I’d never leave the store.

They also have some of their own exclusive colorways dyed for them by different yarn companies, I got to take home a few skeins of Madelintosh ‘Tosh Light’ in their exclusive ‘Midnight Pass’ colorway. As we are staying close by Midnight Pass it seems like a fitting yarn to take home with me. Now I just need to finish my little stack of commissions and I’ll get to knit with it.

A lovely knitter who came to the book signing brought me the most beautiful bag that she makes and sells on her Etsy store. Thank you so much, I’ll get lots of use out of it :-)

This time next week normal service should resume once I’m back home again. Looking forward to seeing my dog again, I miss him sleeping him n the corner of the sofa.

3 thoughts on “A Good Yarn trunk show

  1. Thank you, Carol, for mentioning the beach motif boxy bag. It was such a delight to have met you! I am working on the sweater pattern I purchased at A Good Yarn, that lovely day and loving the yoke. I could knit this part forever. I am making the first sweater for my mom and finally found yarn for mine! Have a great blog tour and book signing tour as well.
    Best always,

  2. Hi Carol! I’ enjoying the Ravi pattern very much that I’ working up as a store sample in Milla Mia. My question is about Japanese short row (short rows are still new to me) for the hem curve, starting in the 3rd Next Row. When I “work st with wrap” is the worked stitch counted as the “k1”. Also, are you planning to expand your videos to demonstrate this short row techniques in garter?
    Thank you so very much!
    Helen Pastore

  3. There are 2 stitches, the first one is the wrapped stitch that you work with the wrap and then you knit one more after that.

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