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In October we were able to send over one hundred hats to BC Children’s Hospital for Click for Babies.

The hats are given to new born babies in British Columbia to educate caregivers about the dangers of Shaken Baby Syndrome.

You can find out more here.

We have a free pattern on our free pattern page.

This was one of our fall workshop projects teaching knitting in the round and some lace work.

The one on the left is Rustic Mega Chunky, which is the yarn used for the class, the one on the right is knit in super soft Soft Alpakka from Sandnesgarn.

These two scarves are knit with hand dyed Riverstone Yarns located in the Kootenays.

One the left we have the Big and Burly Infinity and on the right is the Lattice Scarf.

Both patterns are on our free pattern page

These pictures do not do justice to Meagan’s beautiful beaded shawl.  The shawl is knit with over 2,000 red crystals.

The simple lace cowl is one of our new patterns.  You can see it in the Scarves and Cowls section.  

The cowl on the left is knit with Simpliworsted and on the right with Kenzie.

Stephen in his new cabled sweater.

The sweater is knit in the round from the bottom up. The sleeves are knit before joining to the body and then worked as a yoke decreasing to make the attractive decreases.

The yarn is Briggs & Little’s Heritage.

Both these projects use the Lumio yarn.  Lumio has a reflective thread running through it which is what you can see in the Snowman’s had and scarf.

Our free Boot Toppers pattern was first published in the BC Country Register.

Knit with chunky yarn this is a quick project and the multi coloured yarn is an easy way to give the boot toppers some interest.

You can find the pattern on our Free Pattern page.

I knit five sweaters one weekend.

Of course, the chest size was only two inches around.  It is a great way to use up small quantities of sock yarn.

This is a free pattern on the Nordic Yarns web site, you can find it here.

Felted Slipper Clogs

As I am teaching the Felted Slipper workshop again I needed to knit them again.

This workshop shows the many different ways you can keep track of where you are in the pattern and have a nice pair of warm slippers.

In these slippers I used some of the Hikoo Caribou around the cuff and some around one of the bumpers.

Kelowna Yarn & Needlecrafts

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