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Recent Guest Designers and Instructors
Schreier was here and we started
the gorgeous “Silky
Tie Wrap” from her book
Lacy Little Knits.
Welcome aboard on Lucy's Ship!
am Lucy Neatby, the Captain of the great knitting cargo ship, and a
self-confessed fiberholic, hand-knitting designer, teacher, and former Merchant
Navy Officer. We had a blast at Wool and Company on a
voyage of knitting discovery ... the crew were a motley bunch, but this vessel
laden with a rich and precious cargo of knitting, ideas ... and practical help
from the Bosun.
Knitting is a greatly under-valued art, and many people do not fully realize
its potential! You can read more about Lucy at
Tradewind Knitwear Designs.
Dominos in the Shadows with Viv!
Vivian Høxbro has had the passion to knit ever since her
grandmother taught her how to knit doll clothes at age four. As a professional
knitwear designer for nearly 20 years, she has designed for various Scandinavian
yarn companies and magazines, and spends her days giving workshops on knitting,
color and design. She is the author of Domino Knitting and Shadow
Knitting, which feature the knitting techniques that she has championed and
brought her international recognition.
Vivian lives in Copenhagen, Denmark. To learn more about Vivian's designs,
visit her website at www.viv.dk.
Vivian was at Wool and Company recently and held a series of
workshops. What a pleasure it was to learn from the internationally renowned expert in Domino,
Shadow and Color Knitting.
Prayer Shawls Ministry
are simply amazed and grateful that so many
different Prayer Shawl Groups are thriving in
this area. If you have a group or would
like to start one, we can help by providing
donated and discounted yarn for your shawls.
If you have surplus yarn (ha) that needs a new
home, we can turn it into a blessing for someone
in need of comfort. Donations are happily
accepted at the Geneva store.