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Free Pattern Friday – Skipper Sweater

It’s Free Pattern Friday! Today, the Skipper Sweater in Bella Cash (link here). Don’t you love it when cute and practical meet?  The cute: this striped sweater with its nautical feel, sized from 3 months to 4 years. Work it in the round up to the armholes, then divide it for shaping. Near the end, … Continue reading Free Pattern Friday – Skipper Sweater

Friday, April 20th @ 3PM

Free Pattern Friday – Sakura Dress

It’s Free Pattern Friday! Today, the Sakura Dress in Bamboo Pop (pattern link). There’s just something magical about Spring.  It’s hard to resist the call of the outdoors when the first blooms are poking up.  It always puts us in mind of growing things, including the little people in our lives. Enter the Sakura Dress. … Continue reading Free Pattern Friday – Sakura Dress

Friday, April 13th @ 3PM

How to Read a Yarn Label

Greetings, yarn enthusiasts! Some of you may have seen our newly rebranded Universal Yarn label. It looks a little something like this: And this: Though our label style has changed (for the better, amiright?), the same very useful information about each yarn can still be found on the label. Let’s go over how to read … Continue reading How to Read a Yarn Label

Wednesday, April 11th @ 7PM

Free Pattern Friday – Spellbinder

It’s Free Pattern Friday! Today, the Spellbinder Cowl in Alpaculence (pattern link here). We named this the Spellbinder for obvious reasons – it’s simply spellbinding. An easy-to-memorize lace pattern in a single skein of soft, shimmering Alpaculence creates a beautiful, lightweight cowl that can easily be dressed up or down. Be aware: the cowl shown … Continue reading Free Pattern Friday – Spellbinder

Friday, April 6th @ 1PM
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My first time working with Bamboo Pop but it won't be the last time. Felt so good and worked up beautifully.


I did machine wash Cotton Supreme on cold gentle and machine dried on low, and it came out beautifully - looked the same as when it went into the wash with no pilling or stretching.