Quintessential Knits ~ Yarn Shop Happenings

October 25, 2016

 

 It's the "Leafy" time of year again!  This beautiful book celebrates our love of leaves  featuring brioche patterns for knitted cowls and scarves.   Along with this book, and your favorite yarn,  Quintessential knits is pleased to announce that we now offer a Northwest Original -  Yarn Bowl from Wood Creations by Dave Yocom.  

 

Our fourth annual "Yarn Tasting" is on December 2 this year. The cost is $15.00 and you go home with $25 or more of products!  It books up fast so reserve your spot soon. As an added bonus to our anniversary celebration this year we are having an Intrepid Otter Trunk Show from 10 - 6 Saturday December 3rd.  She is one of our favorite local dyers and we are the only shop that carries her yarn.  We will have prize drawings throughout the day and brunch snacks will be served. We are so excited to celebrate with you!

 

As always we offer classes that vary from month to month (on the website) and personalized Learn to Knit or Crochet classes scheduled when you choose.  If you have a class you would like us to offer just let us know and we will get it on the schedule! 

 

Please join us for  Knit Group, "Duvall Knits and Crochets" (a very welcoming open group) meet on Tuesdays from 12:30 - 3:00 pm and we have a group  Thursdays from 5:00 - 8:00 pm. or Saturdays 10:30 - 1:00.

 

Our yarn selections feature many local artisans: Intrepid Otter from the Olympia area, Fiber Fetish Designs from the Monroe/Snohomish area, Cedar House Yarns from Bellingham, Huckleberry Knits from Bellingham, Canon Hand Dyes from Portland Oregon, and Knitted Wit from Portland Oregon.  We also have handmade "Peabrain Bags" from the Marysville area.

 

Thank you to all of our wonderful customers for buying local!

 

 

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