Saturday, November 5, 2011

Road Trip to North Carolina and South Carolina

Look at the great view I had from my condo in NC

Monday, September 5, 2011

Stitches Midwest

The Interlacements team recently spent the weekend in Schaumburg IL for Stitches Midwest! We had a great time and celebrated our first anniversary with the business!

Here's Tracey and Jim getting ready for the market to open.

We had a number of people stop by and show us their projects with Interlacements Yarns. Here are a few of them.

We also had our Beaded Scarf Demo.

Emily showing how to bead up your yarn.

On Friday, Brittany, Emily and Zoe attended the Pajama Party in the lobby.

Brittany & Emily spun up some roving on their drop spindles while Zoe just hung out and socialized as she forgot the pattern for her knitting project.

See that beautiful batt that Brittany is spinning? We're going to bring our electric carder to the Sheep & Wool Festival in Jefferson WI this weekend. There you will be able to pick out the fibers and compose your own custom batt! Hope to see you there!

Wednesday, July 27, 2011

Knit — and crochet! — beaded scarves

... And head to The Knit & Crochet Show in Minneapolis, too, if you're in the area!

Tracey and company will be there selling yarn, fiber, kits and more this weekend (July 29 to 31). Yarn rep Zoe will be at StevenBe's Yarn Garage on Thursday for a trunk show and a beaded knit scarf class.

Need a little inspiration? Here are our latest sample photos ...

Knit Beaded Scarf

Crocheted Beaded Scarf

Crocheted Beaded Scarf

Crocheted Beaded Scarf (two-scallop variation)

If you can't make the show, buy the kit online. If you change nothing in the drop-down menu, you will get the first kit pictured in African Violets Tiny Toes with the knit pattern. Or choose your own color-yarn-knit/crochet combination!

Knit Katy Scarf: Another beaded pattern, also available as a kit online.

We also have a loom-knit version of the beaded scarf pattern! 
It comes with a handy loom-knitting basics page to help you get started.

Happy knitting and hope to see you in Minneapolis!

Monday, July 18, 2011

Interlacements at Spin of Door County

Located in the scenic “Gateway to Door County,” there sits a beautiful building originally built for the safekeeping of treasures belonging to the citizens of Sturgeon Bay. Today it serves a similar purpose, but the treasures contained within are more specific to the fiber artists who know about this little corner of Wisconsin.

Along with the beautiful yarns, you are welcomed to sit and knit in one of the old offices upstairs. These have been transformed to generate a relaxing atmosphere that is conducive to your creative desires.

For those who are more inclined to knit among the bustling activity of the shop, there is a knitting area on the main floor as well.

Don’t forget to peek into the vault and find more special treasures within.

Illuminated by the natural light of the grand windows, I spied the Interlacements Yarns that are carried here.

And here’s our Spider Web lace weight on display. You’d better hurry, it looks like it’s going fast!

Spin is located at 108 S Madison Avenue in Sturgeon Bay, WI. You should definitely make this a destination when you find yourself in eastern Wisconsin.

To contact Spin, call (920) 746-7746.