I will be there working for a vendor for the first time. Not taking any classes, but excited to shop! I don't know if I'm allowed to name the vendor on this forum, so I don't want to break any rules. If I can, let me know and I'll repost. Or if you are curious, PM me.
Knitters Pride makes 10.75 needles
I found this video after taking a weaving class with this weaving instructor. It works really well for winding yarn. I use it all the time for knitting.
Costs more than the paper towel roll, but worth it in my opinion.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2pKblzGVKS0
DPNs work perfectly, and if you are afraid of the stitches falling off, put a point protector on the end.
I'm a novice weaver and I would like to weave a shawl on my Cricket 15" Rigid Heddle Loom. I'm using a fingering yarn for the warp. Should I use a 10 or 12 dent reed? I don't want it to be stiff, I want it soft and flowy. I'm using a lace yarn for weft (Juniper Moon Findley) and Zen Yarn Garden Serenity 20 for warp. Appreciate any advice.
There are still some good ones out there. A great one just opened in Boynton Beach Florida.
There will be one in SE Florida in February, I will certainly be participating! What fun!!!
Where is the store?
Do you know of a needlepoint store in the area besides Stitches by the Sea? The np store on Lake Worth (off Jog) closed. Owners passed away.
Knitters Nook is in Delray near Military & Atlantic. I agree about friendly staff. Only yarn, no needlepoint. Sorry I don't know of any other NP stores
Knitters Knook in Delray is a nice store,too.
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WOW Thanks Amy. I definitely learned something new (and I'm sure useful) today. :thumbup: :thumbup:
the response by Eneurian, is just so utterly ABSURD, it shouldn't receive any type of reinforcement. (even negative reinforcement is reinforcement). As Elsie said "Arthur does have agenesis of the corpus callosum, but even if he didn't, he's a 22 month old baby." You go Arthur!!!!!!