rosy green wool

Let's Get Lost Shawl is our October Knit Along!

My Sister Knits is having another Knit Along!  Are you reluctant to join one because you just aren't sure exactly what one is or what might be expected of you?  Are you afraid you might not be able to keep up?Never fear; we are here to put your concerns to rest and answer your questions!  Plus, we hope to convince you to join our October Knit Along for the Let's Get Lost shawl!My Sister Knits, Colorado, Northern Colorado, Quince & Co, Sparrow, linen yarnA Knit Along is a treasured knitting tradition where people knit together towards a common goal which in this case is to make the Let's Get Lost shawl designed by Veronika Jobe of YOTH.  A KAL, as they are commonly referred to, is also a supportive place to develop new knitting skills.  It's a fun way to connect with a community of knitters with no pressure at all!  Come when you can and work at your own pace!Let's Get Lost has a fascinating construction.  It consists of two sections knit from side to side; a striped section and a mesh section.  The striped section is knit with a needle two sizes smaller than the mesh section!  We will enthusiastically and wholeheartedly guide anyone through the simple stitch patterns!My Sister Knits, Fort Collins, KAL, Rosy Green Wool, Heb Merino fine, manx merino fineThis is a flexible pattern that has marvelous results and can be worked in a variety of yarns.  However, since it was designed using YOTH Yarns, we are offering a 20% discount on all YOTH yarns during October!My Sister Knits, YOTH yarns, Fort Collins, KAL, Knit Along, Tot le Matin yarnJulie will kick off this KAL on Tuesday, October 3rd at 6pm, during our Tuesday evening community Knit Night.  The official end is Tuesday, November 7th.  By posting your finished shawl on Ravelry by November 3rd, you will be entered into a drawing to win a coveted Jesabelle B Walk and Knit project bag!My Sister Knits, jesabell b bags, fort collinsThese handmade bags use classic fabrics such as denim, stripes, and linen and have an ingenious design that hangs perfectly from your arm while you knit.  We will demonstrate how to post a project on Ravelry at 7pm on October 3rd.  We encourage you to bring your portable devices and post your project right then and there!We invite you to join us for this fun, lighthearted, sociable knitting event!  You can join us in person on Tuesday evenings between October 3rd and November 3rd or you can join us in spirit!  Either way you can enter the drawing when you finish by November 3rd.