This stunning fabric collection by Andover designer Alison Glass just came in at nido and you are going to want some for yourself, trust me!
We are thrilled to announce that not only has Amber Cocoran from Fancy Tiger Crafts come out with a sweet raglan sleeve top pattern, we are on it and have preordered the pattern to be delivered on it’s release date! YAY!
Stop by the shop to take a sneak peek at the top while we make and display some samples and be sure to come by October 24th to pick up a pattern of your own!
And boy do we have what you need to get yourself started! Stop by and choose from several wonderful “learn to” books and pick out some beautiful yarn and you are half way there. Get stuck? No worries! Mark your calendars for our NEW Knitting Help Night starting up October 1st.
This class has been scheduled the first Wednesday of every month to help those of you who are having knitting difficulties. Bring in your own projects with questions, dropped stitches or any other struggles you may be having and our knitting expert, Betsy Freeman will be here to help you through it. We are offering this class for FREE for those of you who have purchased your materials at nido, otherwise the cost is $15. Signing up in advance is advised but not mandatory.
We are clearly thinking about fall as we knit up Wiksten Made’s Snofinga Hat out of Quince & CO lark in parsley.
Quince and CO Tern is the latest yarn to make its debut at nido.
Soft and skinny, Tern is a blend of wool and tussah silk. The yarn’s muted palette—think vintage painted photographs—results from the way in which the different fibers absorb dye. The wool portion colors thoroughly, but the silk is barely tinted. It’s good for socks, scarves, mitts, hats, and any sweater that loves a little drape.75% American wool, 25% silk
221 yd [202 m] / 50g
9 sts /inch on size US 1 needles
7 sts / inch on size US 3 needles
We have had Maze & Vale hand screen printed fabrics in the shop for a bit now. They are such a treat to have and show to our customers. Printed on 100% organic cotton fabric, in gorgeous muted colors, these textiles are one of a kind and just perfect for special projects both big and small.
Come check out these fabrics in our brick and mortar shop or online.
Photo from Leslie Keating at Maze & Vale.
If you are a friendly, crafty individual, enjoy working in a retail enviornment , are self motivated, organized and detail oriented than this could be the job for you. nido is hoping to hire a couple of people who love fibers as much as we do and who have exceptional customer service skills.
Interested individuals should have experience working in a fast passed retail enviornment, have availablity two afternoons a week and are available for weekend shifts. Sewing and knitting skills are not mandetory but certainly helpful. All qualified applicants are encouraged to stop by nido and drop off a current resume .
No phone calls please.
This Sunday nido will be hosting the first Modern Quilt Club meeting. The intention of the first few meetings is simply getting a group of interested modern quilters together and gauging interest in either starting a Modern Quilt Guild chapter in our community, or sorting out something different that fits our needs and interests.
We encourage people of all levels of talent to attend and have a voice in the creation process of what the group will evolve to become. This is a wonderful opportunity for all of you out there who want to connect and create with like minded quilters! Attendance makes it happen though so please come out on Sunday and support the efforts of starting this new group. Coffee and bagels with cream cheese will be provided, bringing a snack to share is encouraged but not mandatory.
See you Sunday!
A quick glance at the Hudson cowl by Alicia Plummer made for Quince & CO in their Kestrel weight yarn. Kestrel hit the shelves in April and nido is thrilled to have the collection at the shop. Stop by to touch, feel, see ALL of the Kestrel colors and patterns.