What’s Black, White, Pink, and Red All Over?

One of my favorite things about Stash is the front window. A large plate glass window is the perfect opportunity to create something visually stunning that draws people to the shop and inside its doors. For our Valentine window I had something else in mind entirely. When things just didn’t fall into place with plan… Keep Reading

Beekeeper’s Quilt:: a Charity Knitting Project

The Tiny Owl Knits pattern, Beekeeper’s Quilt, has been sweeping the knitting world recently.  A quilt made up of individually knit hexagons, or hexipuffs, this is a great project for using up leftover bits of lightweight yarn and satisfies that urge for instant gratification knitting. The pattern is reportedly quite addictive, and has inspired mini-skein… Keep Reading

Casting On

Last night some participants of the first Stash Knit Along joined together at Stitch Night and cast on. There were a few Paper Moon sock knitters and a couple of Hado Slouch hat knitters, as well as plenty of other non-kal-related projects on the needles. It’s so fun to see what yarn everyone chose! It… Keep Reading

Coastal Knits at Stash

As soon as the book Coastal Knits arrived at Stash this fall I knew it was something special. More and more Stashers have been working on projects from the book, and everyone has great things to say about it.  Seeing the actual sample garments in person is such a treat.  There are details that just… Keep Reading

Stash Knit Along :: Sock Yarn Edition

The New Year is here, and along with it a slew of yarn and knitting-related resolutions. A few floating around the internets: Knit/crochet holiday presents throughout the year Knit 12 sweaters/shawls/pairs of socks in 2012 Knit/crochet x number of skeins before I can buy more yarn Finish all my works-in-progress before starting a new one… Keep Reading