In this three-part class, learn the basics of knitting while making your very first hat!
Begin with swatching a gauge and casting on. Learn to knit and purl in the round on a circular needle. Complete by switching to double pointed needles to decrease and bind off.
*Please expect some at home knitting in order to make it through the project by the end of the class.
$78, Materials included.
Wed., Sep. 16, 23 & 30, 6-8 p.m
Only a couple of spots available! Call the shop or head on downtown to nido to sign up.
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday 10:00 am – 6:00 pm
Thursday , Friday, Saturday 10:00 am – 8:00 pm
Sunday 12:00 pm – 5:00 pm
We look forward to seeing the fun and exciting projects you are going to create this fall!
*photo from Schoolhouse Electric
nido now carries Thread Theory menswear patterns including the Strathcona Henley. Watch out boys, we are sewing for you this fall!
Fancy Tiger, Kelbourne Woolens and Grainline Studio put together a knit-a-long and we were so excited to join in on the fun. The project chosen was Lucinda from Madder Anthology 2: simple pleasures by Carrie Bostick Hoge. We gathered 13 nido customers, picked out yarn, had a kick off cast on party and had at it.
July 1st through August 15th we knit our hearts out at the park, beach, around camp fires, at the shop, and really anywhere and everywhere! The yarn used is The Fibre Company’s Acadia, a delightful blend of merino, alpaca, and silk with an even lovelier palette. Look for Acadia at the shop this fall.
And here are a couple of nido Lucinda KAL-ers modeling their sweaters!
Thanks to Fancy Tiger, Kelbourne Woolens, and Grainline Studio for putting together such a great summer KAL. We have had so much fun knitting up these sweaters!
Posted in General Posts, Knitting Projects
Tagged Acadia, Carrie Bostick Hoge, fancy tiger crafts, Grainline Studio, KAL, Kelbourne Woolens, Knit-A-Long, Lucinda, Madder, The Fibre Company
I am swooning over Amelia’s perfectly styled shawl.
Here at the shop we are gearing up for back-to-school with some fun sewing projects!
button lunch bags | purl bee
reusable sandwich bag | noodlehead
pencil case | Ann Kelle
superhero winged shoes! | my poppet makes
origami bento bag | very shannon
toddler back pack | made-by-rae
Enjoy the last few weeks of summer.
nido now carries leather straps at the shop.
nido is excited to present our next artist collaboration with fabric and pattern designer April Rhodes!
Hand weaving is an ancient art form that explores the use of fiber, color and texture. Come relax and learn the slow rhythm and meditative quality of weaving with us! In our full day, 8 hour workshop, fifteen lucky participants will have the opportunity to learn the fundamentals of tapestry weaving with April Rhodes.
April will cover the very basics of weaving, and lead you in creating your very own piece of unique hanging art.
The fine print:
No experience necessary
$265 *includes $80 materials fee
Sunday September 27th, 2015 10:00 am – 6:00 pm coffee, nibbles and a catered lunch provided
Workshop will take place at the BCA Firehouse Gallery
Workshop is limited to 15 participants
All materials are included in the cost of the class. Participants will be leaving the workshop with their very own Ashford lap loom, shed and shuttles.
Please either stop by the shop or give us a call to prepay and register. 802-881-0068
Are you ready for Knit in Public Day? Just so happens it is TODAY, Saturday, June 13th!
This year marks the 10 year anniversary of this worldwide affair. The event brings awareness not only to knitting as a craft, but as a craft that can be a fun social activity with friends and neighbors in your community.
Grab your needles and take a stroll to your favorite coffee shop, cafe, or park. Who knows who else you will find that enjoys knitting as much as you! And of course come stop by the shop to show us what you are working on.
I plan on a lovely afternoon soaking up the sunshine in City Hall Park listening to some Jazz Fest artists. Looking forward to supporting this cool event and seeing other knitters around town!
If you have been in the shop anytime in the past week than you already have seen, and heard, me gushing over our new fabric kite display. How could I not be proud of ALL the nido ladies for such a job well done.
The process was simple now that we have Kaitlin as our team leader! A quick glance at our Pinterest page and we found this easy tutorial on how to make a kite from Style Me Pretty. We chose a summery fabric pallet to work with, then pulled together thin wooden dowels, kitchen string, a hot glue gun, a branch trimmer and invisible thread to work with and then bam! the staff went to work on making fabric kites for the shop. Good times were had with everyone adding this or that to the project.
The photos really do not give these kits justice! They are really adorable with their fabric tails and airy feel.
They could not have turned out better! I advise all to try making one this summer- as they are both functional and beautiful.