This weeks classes

All New Shawl Class starts on Friday!

Please consider joining this Friday for my all new shawl class at Yarn Refuge! We will be starting the the lovely Milk Thistle Shawl by Nat Raedwulf owner of Wolf & Faun Knits.

Milk Thistle Shawl

I instantly fell in love with Nat’s sense of aesthetics! Her designs perfectly embody the colors and textures of deep, lush forests and sundappled glades of folklore and the old ways of wild crafting.

Nat designed this shawl in sportweight yarn but we did up the sample on display at Yarn Refuge in Arkaik Fibres Fremont Sock. Arkaik Fibres is a dyer local to Reno, NV. He is currently working on relaunching his website so in the interim you can view his yarns on Ravelry or at Yarn Refuge in Reno, Knits & Knots Tahoe at South Lake Tahoe, CA, or at The Black Squirrel in Berkeley, CA.

Milk Thistle Shawl in Arkaik Fibres fingering weight Fremont Sock

My sample knitter loved the pattern and found it to be very well written and edited. The shawl knit up very fast, especially since she used the needle size called for in the pattern, a US#7.

I love being able to find excellent designers who may not be well known! One of the things I love best about Wolf & Faun are her values. Please do check out her website and other patterns!

You can signup for this class directly on Yarn Refuge’s website by Clicking Here or calling 775-384-1600. Please feel free to contact me with any questions.

You can read about my other classes in this week’s Terraknit newsletter by Clicking Here

Published by terraknit

I've been a fiber artist for over 40 years, ever since I first taught myself how to knit & crochet about the age of 11. Besides a love of the outdoors and reading, creating with fibers has been something I've returned to again and again. With this blog I hope to share with you what I've learned and continue to learn every day.

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