Episode 1706

Jun 26, 2008

Crafty Lady Trio Trunk Show

Crafty Lady Trio Trunk Show - Needle Arts Studio
Travel with Shay, Laura Bryant from Prism Yarns and Barry Klein from Trendsetter Yarns to The Crafty Lady Trio Yarn Shop! Meet the owners and knitters that operate a retail knitting store and see a real live knitting trunk show.
Trunk Show - Needle Arts Studio
Crafty Lady Trio
Crosswinds Corner
15401 Hall Road
Macomb, MI 48044
Phone: 586-566-8008
Fax: 586-566-9140

Knit a Baseball Cap

Knitting in Ends - Needle Arts Studio
Knit a baseball cap and be ready for Stitch 'N' Pitch! Author and designer Vicki Square demonstrates knitting a baseball cap from her book Folk Hats (Interweave Press).
Interweave Press
201 E Fourth St
Loveland, CO 80537
(800) 272-2193

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Joye D wrote
on Jun 26, 2008 11:13 AM
I just watched the show on PBS for the first time. (I am in (Vallejo, CA.) and am very, very interested in the scarf that was woven with the pre-done form and completed without knitting. Wanted to know where I could find the necessary things needed to complete the project. Thank you Joye D. Also wanted to know if you could advise me if there is a Yarn Shop somewhere in the Northern CA area that is comperable to the one shown on television. Thanks Again
Re3L wrote
on Jun 26, 2008 11:13 AM
Hello Joye, There are many great yarn shops in Northern California. But some that may be close to you are Yarns on First in Napa, Calistoga Yarn Shop, Stash in Berkeley, Skein Lane in El Cerrito is a big store. There are also yarn shops in Marin, Petaluma, and in San Francisco. There are also shops in Oakland and one in Benicia, but I haven't been to either. Each shop has its own character so they won't be exactly like the one on the show, but all are warm welcoming places, full of inspiration. Regards, Rebecca Your neighbor in Napa, CA
ShabnamK wrote
on Jun 26, 2008 11:13 AM
Hi, I really liked the first scarf they discussed on the show..how can i get that pattern? Were all sweaters/scarfs from a particular book? Thank you.
Connie N wrote
on Jun 26, 2008 11:13 AM
I saw the trunk show with Shay and Laura Bryant. I'm very interested in the wrap that has openings for the ends of the wrap to go through to eliminate the bulk of a tie. And I also liked the sweater that skims the body modeled on the same trunk show. Laura said the patterns were available on the web but I'm unable to find them. Can you help? Thanks so much!
sunshine22 wrote
on Jul 27, 2009 5:23 AM

Will someone please contact Crosswinds Corner in Macomb and inform them that evey link for their website pops up a horrible porn website. As I am in Canada I do not wish to make long distance charges to call them and let them know. They have a link on this website as well as Lily Chin's.

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