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In-house Happenings

March 2021 calendar

Welcome to the LYS News page! I wanted to have a place where we can go to see all the shop news at any given time. You know, kinda like a bulletin board for classes, craft-alongs, new products, and sales.

So here it is! Everything you need to know about what’s going on inside our little yarn cave will be on this page. If you’re wondering when the next class is or what new yarns we’ve gotten in, look no further. And hey, if you wanna see what the shop looks like on the inside, scroll to the bottom of this page and check out our gallery and virtual tour! Don’t forget to leave a comment ♥

NEW STUFF

**NEW COLORS**
Bamboo Pop

I have discovered since bringing Bamboo Pop into this shop months ago that it is a very popular yarn. I can tell why! So silky and drapey, as well as machine washable, this yarn is the epitome of a perfect warm weather yarn. Shawls, baby blankets, springtime scarves and cowls, not to mention swim suit cover-ups and tank tops! This stuff is amazing, and now we have a bunch of new colors, including Dots!

**NEW YARN**
Java 100% hemp

Are you into making bowls, baskets, place mats? What about market bags, hanging plant pot holders, or big beach totes? I have the yarn for that! Meet Java, our brightly colored 100% hemp yarn. This yarn is very sturdy and durable, perfect for items that will get a lot of use. Hemp is super sustainable, and is anti-microbial to boot. You simply must check this yarn out!

**NEW ITEM**
Knit & Sip

Here is a super exciting new item in the shop: the Knit & Sip needle set from Knitter’s Pride! This set of interchangeable wooden needles is absolutely perfect for anyone who loves yarn and coffee *raises hand*
The needles all have coffee names, the coffee bean accessories pouch is too cute and holds cables, ends, and keys, and aren’t those little espresso cups TO DIE FOR?!
This set is only available in store, and it’s the only one I have. Come check it out! I bet it doesn’t last long…

SALE!

BERKSHIRE
20% OFF

Our monthly sale for March is a well-loved favorite. Berkshire is a heavy worsted blend of wool that feels like Merino but isn’t, and alpaca that adds a little luxury to your knitting and crocheting. Hand wash only, and 141 yards per ball, make this the perfect yarn for warm accessories such as cowls, hats, mitts, and headbands. Of course, we’ve had a few sweater makers in the shop snatching it up, too… Come get yours! In store, or shop online.

Events

CLASS
Learn to Spin Yarn
Wed. March 10
4-5pm
$25
Click Here

Fun with Fiber Arts
“Weaving”
Friday, March 12

12-1pm
FREE 
Click Here

Class
Learn to Crochet Cables
Tuesday, March 16

4-6pm
$40
Click Here

Updated 2/20
ll Rows & Roses classes come with everything you need. From spindles and fiber for the spinning classes, to hooks, yarn, and pattern for the crocheting and knitting classes, we’ve got you covered. Just bring your sweet self, and a can-do attitude.

The workshops, however, are specifically for a project so you will need to purchase your kit and bring it with you. Workshops are always free, as long as you purchase your kit here 🙂

**NOTE: YOU MUST COME INTO THE SHOP TO PURCHASE A CLASS. CALL AHEAD FOR AVAILABILITY: (864) 888-7554**

**AWARD!**

I can’t believe it. When I received the email, I almost deleted it because I thought it was spam! I’m glad I opened it and read it, because I was nominated AND ACCEPTED as an Unsung Hero of the Upstate by Ten at the Top!

Here is what I discovered after doing some research…

“The Celebrating Unsung Heroes Virtual Event recognizes and honors Unsung Heroes from across the 10-county Upstate region. Traditionally known as the annual Celebrating Successes Luncheon, this event typically recognizes businesses, organizations and individuals who help make the Upstate a leading place to live, learn, do business and raise a family.”
So here’s the virtual event if you want to attend. It takes place Nov. 18 at 11am EST.  It doesn’t cost anything, but I strongly suggest you make a donation if you can. I hope to see you there!

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