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Egbertine Kits
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Indulgence Scarf Kit
Indulgence Scarf Kit Sold Out - $65.00 $84.95
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Marlowe Spens Kit
Marlowe Spens Kit $48.00 $80.80
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Whistler Pillow Kit
Whistler Pillow Kit Sold Out - $69.00 $110.00
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Located at the corner of Rouse Ave and Oak Street In Bozeman, Montana, next to the Daily Coffee Bar.

We've scouted the country for the best selection of yarn, fiber and equipment supporting knitting, crochet, weaving, spinning and other fiberly pursuits! We'll also offer a great selection of buttons, notions, bags, hats, lotions, and knitted goods perfect for gift giving. If you are looking for something special, feel free to give us a call at 406-577-2088.

Our second floor lounge looks out over the Bridger Mountain range - a great place to participate in knit alongs and workshops or just stop in for some knitting time. 

News from the Yarn Scouts

Free Workshop - Introduction to Brioche Knitting

January 12, 2015

Saturday January 17th, 2015, 2pm - seating is limited!  The Brioche stitch can be difficult to learn from a written pattern, but seeing Brioche in action may be all you need to get started. Attend this Free Workshop and learn what you need to get started on a simple two-color Brioche Cowl. We'll be using the Channeled Colors Brioche Loop pattern, free from Skacel Collection, to demonstrate how to knit two color Brioche in the round. You can choose to attend and watch the demonstration, or knit a bit of homework before the workshop for a practice piece and you'll be ready to start your own Channeled Colors Loop! Or if you're ready to dive in, pick up two hanks of...

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UFO Challenge Winners!

January 03, 2015

45 customers accepted the Challenge in December to finish a project by December 31st - and 23 were successful! So glad we could provide some incentive to get those projects done. The names of the 23 finishers were entered in a prize drawing, congrats to these lucky winners - Vickie Backus - two skeins of Tristan Tonals yarn, along with a pattern to complete a lacy cabled cowl. Jennifer Courtemanche - three balls of Juniper Moon Farm Marlowe, along with a pattern for a knit triangle shawl. Vicki Renz - a limited edition Addi 24K gold knitting needle Stop by and knit with us anytime - groups gather on Thursdays from 4-6pm and Saturday mornings at 9. Join us for...

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Blocking is not Optional!

December 21, 2014

When folks ask us if they should block something, our answer is always an emphatic YES. It doesn’t matter if it’s a hat, scarf, or even a pair of socks. Blocking is the final step in finishing your knit project, and in my opinion, is something that should never be skipped. It will help even out your stitches, relax the yarn and encourage drape, and in some cases will transform your project into an entirely different look (such as blocking lace).  I like to think of blocking as washing before wearing. If you think about all the places your project has been laying around while you worked on it, you’ll want to wash it, right? You’ll follow these same steps...

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