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Category Archives: Patterns

Spruce Harbor Shawl

Written on September 13, 2017 at 12:56 pm, by

We love the Spruce Harbor shawl by Erika Flory ! We are offering a free copy of this delightful pattern with the purchase of Quince & Co Chickadee, featured in the pattern! Come by the shop to pick out your colours!

Lopi Love

Written on September 27, 2014 at 10:48 am, by

It’s all about the love, baby. Lopi love, that is. Remember it’s going to be cold out there soon and you’re going to want to keep warm. And who knows more about keeping warm than Icelanders. So this winter, keep the cold out by knitting the lop up.

Measure it, Draft it, Knit it with Sally Melville

Written on September 20, 2014 at 10:05 am, by

We are pleased announce, local knit designer, teacher, and  all around amazing lady, Sally Melville will be teaching at the Wab. Her latest class, Measure it, Draft it. and Knit it, teaches you how to copy your favourite outfit so you get the same kind of flattering shape. Imagine getting the fit you’ve always wanted…

Sally Melville is the House

Written on April 12, 2013 at 1:18 pm, by

We have the queen of knitting at the Wab on Saturday April 13th from 11-1pm. She’ll be answering questions and signing her new book, “Knitting Pattern Essentials”. This book which features an array of spectacular designs, is a must-have guide for knitters that want to learn how to design and draft their own patterns. beautifully crafted with great…

Free Pattern For Weavers

Written on November 22, 2010 at 2:28 pm, by

Make this open weave felted scarf for someone special. It's perfect for both young and old. It's a classic. Of course, something as nice as this might be difficult to give away. I guess you'll have to make two, or three or four. These scarves were made by Marie'-France of "Out of the Box."  Here are…

Patterns Galore, baby

Written on October 15, 2010 at 11:50 am, by

Customers are always asking me where I find patterns. So I thought I'd talk about some of my favourites. Twiss and Webber's patterns are funky and fun. (Many of you will know Laura and Tonia from the shop.) You can see there work at their website.  They're also on Ravelry. Plus we always keep a book of…