I’m here as a vendor at the Winderfull booth so I couldn’t take any classes. But I can shop. Come say hi!
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: