The fall is one of my favorite times to knit. Five years living in Southern humidity has taught me to get excited about "knitting weather" the way a young child embraces a two-week countdown to their birthday! This October I am knitting and weaving in PINK for one reason. I'm grateful my sister faced, fought and survived breast cancer. She is brave and inspiring, and I'm elated to still have her in my life. In July I finished a woven scarf for her with help from my daughters.
Thank you for visiting the Unwind Yarn & Gifts blog! I'm excited to introdce you to Wendy Moynihan, co-owner of this cozy, well-stocked and friendly local yarn shop. I met Wendy a few years back while she was working on a Savannah movie set. She has worked on most of the movies shot in this area for the last 30 years, but prefers knitting with her Unwind friends. Wendy was taught to knit as a girl by her Grandma Sarah, and has knit every since. She loves to share her Grandma
Well you know its that kind of day... the perfect day to sit inside and knit or crochet right? I am trying to finish up UFO's, but it's not working because I keep seeing other things that I want to knit also known as a "knitters paradox". So I figured I would show you one of those goodies that I find myself wanting to start...... This beautiful item is Sunita's Double Knit New Yorker with Woven Windows... and.... it's a free pattern! This is the PERFECT project for all those
Dream in Color Club is back!! If you're not familiar with the DIC Color Club here is the quick and dirty. Until February 2016, 6 total months, We'll have for you a special edition skein of Dream in Color yarn and an accompanying free pattern. You don't have to purchase every selection- simply buy the months you like as you see them and purchase as many skeins as you like before they sell out. For September, the dyers at Dream in Color are welcoming fall. This dynamic multi-co