Thanks for celebrating #28DaysofYourLYS with us! If you missed any of the fun, just search the hashtag #28DaysofYourLYS on Facebook and Twitter. You'll see our posts along with posts from the other yarn shops that participated.
The 28th day has come, and it's time for the Grand Finale! We have an amazing giveaway for you—a gorgeous shawl kit.
Just leave a comment below to be entered to win the Sparkle Cowl Kit—tell us what your favorite day of #28DaysofYourLYS was!
This kit includes two skeins of Heritage Sock Yarn, one solid and one print, the Sparkle Cowl pattern, and a pair of ChiaoGoo Red Lace 16-inch Circular Needles in size US 7.
Everything you need to cast on!
So leave us a comment, and good luck.
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I discovered the Norrland Hat pattern on Ravelry and decided to take on the challenge. I love the trees and snowflakes, and I have never done colorwork and cables at the same time. Since I love learning new things, I bought the pattern immediately and cast on.
I made some modifications, including turning the hat into a slouch instead of a beanie, and I wanted to explain those in case you want to modify your project, too.
Hats are the knitting trifecta: small projects that are useful and make great gifts. You can most hats done in a short time, and many are one-skein wonders.
Here is a variety of free hat patterns, from beanies to slouches to earflap hats, that are guaranteed to suit your gift-knitting needs this season and for years to come.
We're often asked what the difference is between llamas and alpacas. Both llamas and alpacas are south american camelids and they are related but definitely not the same.
Here are 5 quick ways to tell the difference between an Alpaca and a Llama.
Note: Please use the following sizing chart for general reference only. Sizes between different vendors and manufacturers may vary. Please match your measurements to those in the size chart below.