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Dashing

Dashing

FREE crochet pattern

Dashing

The whole point of this pattern is for a quick and simple gift idea that won’t take a ton of yarn, and that has a texture that will keep you warm. Introducing Dashing Headband, the softest, warmest crocheted headband ever! Crocheted in 100% baby alpaca, it is lightweight while still keeping you toasty, and the combination of of stitches, in their perfect placement, creates a stunning texture that you will love to touch over and over again. Enjoy!

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#WCCrochetGifts21

Get Ready...

Stitches:  Ch, sl st, fsc (foundation single crochet,) hdc, hdc3lp (half-double crochet thru 3rd loop)
Yarn:  DK (#3) 60 yards, WeCrochet’s Alpaca Cloud DK in “Magnus,” 1 skein
Hook:  US7/4.5mm
Sizes:  15” circumference, 3.75” tall, at rest. Easily customizable.

Gauge:  7 st x 7 rows = 2” unblocked, in patt

NOTES:
This pattern is very easy to modify for larger or smaller heads. Simply add or subtract fsc in multiples of 6.

You want this to be a snug fit due to the fact that alpaca doesn’t hold its shape as well as wool. If it’s a little loose when you first put it on, it’ll be around your neck in no time.

Dashing

And You're Off!

Pattern:

Fsc 54. Join with sl st to first st to form a ring.

Round 1) Ch 1, hdc in each st around. Join.

Round 2) Ch 1, *hdc3lp in next 3 st, hdc in next 3 st; rep from * around. Join.

Round 3) Ch 1, *hdc in next 3 st, hdc3lp in next 3 st; rep from * around. Join.

Round 4-11) Rep Rounds 2-3

Round 12) Ch 1, sc around. Join. Cut yarn, weave in ends.

Finishing: 

Join yarn in any fsc at bottom of headband. Ch 1, sc around. Join. Cut yarn, weave in ends.

Congratulations! You just made a super cool headband/ear warmer. You should be proud.
I would love to see your creation! Just post to your favorite social media and tag @RowsAndRoses and #RowsAndRosesDashingHeadband so we can all see your awesome new accessory! As always, if you need me, I’m just a click or two away.

Small Business Saturday 2021

Small Business Saturday 2021

Shop small, y’all!

You know what I’m thankful for? I am thankful for my community, and for the opportunity to serve my community with my small, local business. This year, let’s skip the Black Friday madness and head into beautiful downtown for Small Business Saturday instead.

Rows & Roses is throwing a party, and you’re invited! Come on out and support local small businesses on Saturday, November 27, 2021 from 10am to 6pm. Let’s visit all the small local businesses and put our holiday gift dollars where they will make a big difference. In downtown and other areas, you can get all of your holiday shopping done and give a boost to our community. Shop smarter, not harder!
So what’s going on a Rows & Roses Yarn & Fiber on Small Business Saturday?

SALES ~ HOT COCOA BUFFET ~ FREEBIES WITH PURCHASE ~ GIFT BASKET DRAWING

I mean, of course we’re going to have some massive sales, but what’s even better than sales? How about a giveaway! Rows & Roses is partnering with lots of small businesses in the area to bring you an amazing gift basket, stuffed full of goodies. Handmade items, gift cards, and all kinds of fun stuff! Every $20 you spend at Rows & Roses on Small Business Saturday will earn you one entry into the drawing. At the end of the day, I’ll go LIVE on facebook to draw a winner. (You don’t have to “do facebook” to win; I will contact you via email.)

Let’s take a look at our collaborators. If there are small businesses here that you’ve never heard of, look them up! Finding new small businesses to support is always a good idea.

Nevermore Tattoo

Brock says:

Nevermore Tattoo specializes in dotwork, linework, and black and grey art. We take pride in having an extremely clean/sterile shop, and only use top of the line supplies. Let’s meet and get your next piece planned out!
 

Find us on Facebook.

World of Woodcraft

Erin says:

World of Woodcraft is a skilled and imaginative husband & wife team based in Seneca, SC. From crafting small artistic items and pictorial engraving to building farmhouse tables and chicken coops, they enjoy every aspect of their craft. If you are looking for something truly unique, custom orders are always welcome.

Check out our facebook page.

Raventree Studio

Summer says:
Ravens have a reputation of being givers. Ravens have been known to bring gifts to, not only their mates, but humans as well. Ravens brought food to the biblical prophet Elijah when he had no other way to feed himself. Ravens seem to think of the giving of gifts as an act of service to the people who have been kind to them.
As the owner/artist of Raventree Studio, I approach each project with love and attention as I would if preparing a gift for someone special. I am creating something unique for you or your company as an act of service, bringing you the gift of art and beauty because you have placed your trust in me and my work.  
Find me on instagram.

Decks & Dice

Jared says:

Decks & Dice is your destination for all your TCG, tabletop RPG, Warhammer, and geek world collectible needs! From new releases, single cards, card sleeves, binders, paints, miniatures, to shiny click-clack magic math rocks and more!

Find us on Facebook.

All About the Buttons

Barbra says:
All About The Buttons began when I got tired of seeing my collection of hundreds of buttons just sit and gather dust. Buttons are decorative, as well as practical, and whimsical and can be used for more than just to close a piece of clothing. They add a little something extra to my tape measures as well as my knitted pieces.
 
 

The Gem Store

Heather says:

The Gem Store of Seneca is located at 509 ByPass 123, Suite E. We are a brand new metaphysical shop featuring: crystals, an apothecary, jewelry, gem mining sluices, local vendors, and much more! We will also be adding monthly boxes, a salt room, take home buckets, and event hosting! You can find more information on facebook, IG, or TikTok- @thegemstoreseneca ! We can’t wait to meet you!

The Healthy Olive

The Healthy Olive Story:


Everything Kat's Dogs

Allison and Kat say:

Everything? Everything! We at Everything Kat’s Dogs provide everything your dog needs to participate in family life. Basic Etiquette Classes, Therapy Dog training, in-home pet sitting, and homemade dog treats!

Find us on Facebook

Dear Rosie

Welcome to Dear Rosie Boutique’s Online Clothing Boutique

Kuk Sool Won

Kuk Sool Won is a traditional Korean Martial Art.  Toran and Sarah Gordanier provide martial arts training, self defense, and physical fitness training for the entire family.Classes book up very quickly, so call today for spring semester! 

Find us on facebook.

Becklan Custom Homes

Trishka says:

At Becklan Custom Homes we focus on building high quality, uniquely custom homes. Whether it is a cozy cabin in the woods, a modern home downtown or a traditional home in the suburbs, we want you to have a home that’s built just for you. Your home isn’t a cookie, so why should it be cut like one?

Check out our website.

Bonaterra

A unique, casual dining experience with a plethora of Latin-inspired entrees, refreshing drinks, and an abundance of fun is always on tap when you visit Bonaterra. When the sumptuous Latino flavors of juicy steaks, hearty burgers, fresh seafood, and other delicacies are calling your name, answer that call with a trip to our Latin restaurant in Seneca, SC.

Don’t all of these places sound absolutely amazing? When you come out to Rows & Roses Yarn & Fiber on Small Business Saturday, and shop to enter to win the gift basket, be sure to stop in at some of these small businesses too and show your support. Tell them Rows & Roses sent you! See you all on #SBS

Herriot Scarf

Herriot Scarf

FREE crochet pattern

Herriot Scarf

This is absolutely the most perfect scarf pattern: it only uses one skein, there is no counting after the second row, and you can make it in an evening if you’re motivated. As if that wasn’t enough, this gender neutral stitch pattern is great for every single human, no matter their style. These stitches combined with this specific yarn creates a scarf that doesn’t even need to be blocked! Just churn them out and gift them right away. Grab a few skeins of Herriot 100% baby alpaca and whip up ALL of your holiday gifts! 

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Get Ready...

Stitches:  Ch, sc, dc

Yarn:  DK weight (#3) 218 yards
Shown in Juniper Moon’s Herriot 100% baby alpaca in “Seaweed” and “Wasabi”

Hook:  J10/6mm

Sizes:  76” long x 5” wide, unblocked. You can block it if you want to, but it’s not necessary.

Gauge:  9 st x 3 rows = 2”, unblocked

Herriot in Wasabi

Let's Do It!

Pattern:

Ch 21

Row 1) Sc in 2nd ch from hook, and in each ch across. Turn.  = 20 sc

Row 2) Ch 2 (does not count as a st,) dc in first st, sk 1, *(dc, ch1, dc) in next st, sk 2; rep from * across, ending with sk 1, dc in last st. Turn.  = 14 dc

Row 3) Ch 2, *(dc, ch 1, dc) in ch-1 sp; rep from * across, ending with dc in last st. Turn.

Rep Row 3 until almost out of yarn, or until desired length.

Last Row) Ch 1, sc in each st and ch-1 sp across.

Cut yarn, weave in ends.

Herriot in Seaweed
Herriot in Wasabi
Layered Herriot scarves in Seaweed and Wasabi

Wow, what a great scarf! You did such a good job. Now just think, that masterpiece took only one skein of some of the finest baby alpaca in the world. I’m so proud of you!
I’d love to see your gorgeous creation. Just post a pic to your favorite social media and tag @RowsAndRoses and #RowsAndRosesHerriotScarf so we can all be super impressed. As always, if you need me, I’m only a click or two away.

October 2021 Showcase

October 2021 Showcase

Monthly round up of yarny goodness

Christmas Garlands in the making

And there goes another month! October has been crazy busy due to Specials & Customs and Warm Fuzzies combining into the biggest commissions event of the year. I was thrilled to get to make so many wonderful things for my lovely people, and I want to share them with you in this October 2021 Showcase. 

Let’s take a look at some of the things that went down this past month. Please enjoy!

Fresh off the hook!

Patterns and such

My latest free pattern on my blog is Winterland, a light-as-air poncho that is so much warmer than you’d think. Crocheted in WeCrochet’s Wonderfluff Ombre, this poncho uses crocheted cables to create icicle-like columns. It is such a fun make, and can be worked up quickly!

Swirled is just one of the four fabulous patterns that dropped with my brand new eBook this year.
This skirt is made for hugging your curves and is sized for up to a 54″ waist. Using the drop & swap technique, you can have yourself a super warm and flattering winter skirt in no time. Perfect for wearing over leggings!

Thanks for stopping by to check out the October 2021 Showcase! I always love showing you all the new things, and it means so much to me that you come back, month after month.
If you should feel so inclined, would you mind helping me out? Like this post, share this post, comment on this post, tweet this post, pin an image in this post, or visit my yarn shop online at shop.rowsandroses.com
Every little thing you do makes a big difference to my little business. I sure do appreciate you ♥

Winterland

Winterland

Free Crochet Pattern

Winterland

How often do you wish for something soft, warm, and pillowy to get you through the drudge of the cold, harsh winter months? I know I’m always bundling up in a cowl or scarf or poncho, or if I’m spending the day at home, under a blanket. For this winter, I wanted a new little piece of warmth and comfort, and the Winterland ponchette is what I came up with for us. Winterland is like a bowl of steaming soup, with a warm slice of freshly baked and buttered bread on the side. Comfort yarn, if you will. The cables are simple enough to not cause trouble, and the bulky-weight yarn and large hook mean you’ll finish in no time. We all deserve a little comfort.  #HumansThatYarnWeC21

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Getting Started

Stitches:  Ch, sl st, fsc (foundation single crochet,) sc, sdc (standing double crochet,) dc, FpTreb (front post treble crochet)

Yarn:  Bulky (#5) 360 yards
Shown in WeCrochet’s Wonderfluff Ombre (248 yards/100g) “Wonderland Heather” and Wonderfluff (142 yards/50g) “Wonderland Heather”

Hook:  K10.5/ 6.5mm

Sizes:  One size fits most, easily adjustable

Winterland

Gauge:  10 st x 5 rows = 4” in patt, blocked

NOTES:
~ Joining at the end of each round is always done with a slip stitch in first stitch.
~ Stitch counts at the end of each row include ch-1 sp as a stitch.

~ I made mine a “shorty” style poncho, but you may add another ball of yarn and make yours as long as you want.

~ To increase circumference, simply add one (or two) more increase rounds before working Round 8.

Let's Do It!

Pattern:

Fsc 48. Join.

1) Sdc, dc, ch 1, *dc 3, ch 1; rep from * to last st, dc in last st. Join.  = 64 st

2) Sdc, dc in same st, *sk 1, fpTreb around next st, ch 1, fpTreb around skipped st, 2 dc in next st; rep from * around, omitting final 2 dc. Join.  = 80 st

3) Sdc, dc in same st, dc, *sk 1, fpTreb around next st, ch 1, fpTreb around skipped st, 2dc in next st, dc in next st; rep from * around, omitting final 3 dc. Join.  = 96 st

4) Sdc, dc, 2 dc, *sk 1, fpTreb around next st, ch 1, fpTreb around skipped st, dc 2, 2dc; rep from * around, omitting final 4 dc. Join.  = 112 st

5) Sdc, dc 2, 2dc, *sk 1, fpTreb around next st, ch 1, fpTreb around skipped st, dc 3, 2dc; rep from * around, omitting final 5 dc. Join.  = 128 st

6) Sdc, *sk 2, fpTreb around next st, ch 1, fpTreb around first skipped st, dc; rep from * around, omitting final dc. Join.  = 144 st

7) Sdc, dc in same st, *sk 2, fpTreb around next st, ch 1, fpTreb around skipped st, 2dc; rep from * around, omitting final 2 dc. Join.  = 160 st

Here is where you can adjust circumference by adding another round (or two) of increases. Continue in the same manner in which we have been increasing. No problem!

8) Sdc, dc, *sk 2, fpTreb around next st, ch 1, fpTreb around skipped st, dc 2; rep from * around, omitting final 2 dc. Join.

9-19) Rep Round 8

And here is where you can make it longer, if you want. Just add another ball of yarn and keep going until length desired. Super easy, right?

21) Ch 1, sc in each st and ch-1 sp around. Join.

Cut yarn, weave in ends. Block.

Well well, check you out! Don’t you look great in your warm winter hug? I bet you’re going to wear this so much this year. I can’t wait to see what you’ve done. Upload a pic to your favorite social media and tag @RowsAndRoses and #RowsAndRosesWinterland to show us all your lovely creation! As always, if you need me, I’m only a click or two away.

Winterland

Did you enjoy this free pattern? I have more free patterns here!

And, if you’re looking for yarn, please visit my online shop. I have so many wonderful yarns that are just waiting to go home with you.

My First eBook

My First eBook

“Drop & Swap” with Knotions Magazine

I can’t believe it. In fact, I’m still in shock. Today, Knotions Magazine released the first ever Rows & Roses eBook, Drop & Swap!

This eBook is filled with four amazing crochet designs that will take your hook to the next level. Each pattern is worked on the bias, and features a fun little color-changing method I like to call the Drop & Swap (D&S.)

In this book, you’ll learn how D&S can jazz up a pattern, making gorgeous stripes with minimal effort. There are way less ends to weave in when using D&S because you simply carry your non-working yarns up the sides. When you’re finished, you crochet around the edges so you’ll never know those strands are there. Brilliant!

25% off, this weekend only!

LYS Weekend

LYS Weekend

So much fun!

It isn’t often that I get to go off and do something fun. Last weekend, at the first LYS Weekend event in Charlotte, NC was so much more than fun; it was AMAZING!

Just to catch you up if hadn’t seen my posts about it, last weekend Universal Yarn teamed up with a bunch of other yarn and fiber companies to bring us the first ever LYS Weekend event. Erin and I were invited to attend, and it was not open to the public. While there, we got to meet so many wonderful people in the yarn and fiber industry, talk shop with other yarn store owners, and sample goods from various vendors. Sunday Social hour rounded out the first night, and on Monday I was able to place a couple of orders for the shop before heading back to SC.

ROAD TRIP!

As moms who feel like we rarely get to sit down, much less take time for ourselves, a simple one-night trip to NC felt like a real weekend getaway for Erin and me. We loaded the car full of snacks, picked out a bunch of great music, and made a couple of coffee stops along the way. We took our time and laughed so hard, about everything and nothing, that this trip felt like a true vacation.

Thankfully traffic worked out in our favor. There’s nothing I hate worse than sitting on the interstate, especially with all this coffee… that sometimes makes for an emergency situation! We did not take a wrong exit, and when we did want to stop for something, the places we chose were open. It was good luck all the way.

Erin and I heading out!

Once we got there, we discovered that the early check-in I asked for didn’t mean anything, so… even though we were there at noon, we had to wait til 4pm to get our room! Oh well, slightly unfortunate, but no big deal. We went on down to the LYS Weekend vendors area after a quick snack, and decided to go ahead with the show while we waited for our room.

So many amazing vendors

Gomitolo Felice Wrapped in Kisses shawl

I’ll be honest; neither of us had ever been to anything like this. We didn’t really know what to expect. How many people were going to be in there? Were there going to be presentations? Wait, is this going to be super salesy, where were locked in a conference room for 4 hours like a timeshare presentation but with yarn???

When we got through with registration (and got our super awesome wooden name tags, generously made for everyone by Katrinkles!) we looked at our map and got started visiting with the vendors. We needn’t have worried about anything because we soon discovered that this was just about the most fun you could have as a LYS!

We started with Bryson Distributing, where we met the lovely ladies Julie and Tammi. They made us feel right at home, answered all of our questions, and offered us a few free gifts. These ladies were so warm and eager to get to know us. As two newcomers to the LYS world, we were grateful to them for all of their help. 

From there, we visited with Yonca and Heather at Universal Yarn, then Leticia of Malabrigo. The sweet ladies at the Katrinkles table were so nice, and everyone at Tahki and Trendsetter Yarns were so knowledgeable and ready to help answer all of our questions. 

But the YARN!! I mean, let’s not forget why we came, yeah? My very favorite setup was Skacel. In fact, they so impressed me that, even though I did not currently carry any of their wares, I placed an order for a whole new yarn line! All of the vendors were set up beautifully, and every single one had gift bags of freebies to give to us to thank us for coming out. We made off with a huge haul, and thanks to these amazingly wonderful yarny folks, we now have two new yarn lines on the way to shop right now. Take a look at more pics below. Click on each for the caption.

Best Trip EVER!

In case you hadn’t gathered as much, this LYS Weekend trip was positively delightful. I can’t wait for next year! Erin and I will be better prepared to make the most out of it. 

If you haven’t been into the shop lately, you’ll want to come in sometime in the next week or two to check out the new yarns which are due to arrive any day now. Big plans, big growth, and a really big deal: that’s our Rows & Roses Yarn & Fiber. Swing by and see what’s happening!

Desert Hat

Desert Hat

Free crochet pattern

Desert Hat

Wanna quick hat that’s not boring, yet easy to make? With Desert Hat, it’s the little details that make all the difference. Crocheted in squishy worsted-weight wool, this hat uses simple stitches, put together in an interesting way and worked in the round, to create a hat that looks unique without being fussy. The button tab is everything, so be sure to choose a button that really speaks to you. It’ll be the focal point, framed by this super fun stitch pattern. #WeCILoveYarn21 

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Get Ready

Stitches:  Ch, sl st, sc, sc2tog, scblo, dc

Yarn:  Worsted (#4) Merino, 150 yards

Shown in Knit Picks’ High Desert in “Dusk“
Hook: I9/5.5mm

Sizes: Adult medium 20” circumference (to fit 19-22” circ.) 

Gauge:  8 st x 6 rows = 2” 

Also takes one (1) button: 3 /4.” Please take your time picking your button as this will be the little detail that really makes a big difference.

Desert Hat

Get to Stitchin'

Pattern:

Ch 4, Join w/ sl st. 

1) Ch 2 (does not count as st, here and throughout,) 12 dc in loop. Join.  = 12 st

2) Ch 2, 2dc in each st around. Join.  = 24 st

3) Ch 2, *dc, 2dc; rep from * around. Join.  = 36 st

4) Ch 2, *dc 2, 2dc; rep from * around. Join.  = 48 st

5) Ch 2, *dc 3, 2dc; rep from * around. Join.  = 60 st

6) Ch 2, *dc 4, 2dc; rep from * around. Join.  = 72

7) Ch 1, *sc, ch 1, sk 1; rep from * around. Join.

8) Sl st into ch-1 sp, ch 2, *2dc in ch-1 sp; rep from * around. Join.  

9-18) Rep 7-8

19) Ch 1, sc around. Join.

Tab:

1) Ch 1, sc 9. Turn.  = 9 st

2) Ch 1, sc2tog, sc 5, sc2tog. Turn.  = 7 st

3) Ch 1, sc2tog, sc 3, sc2tog. Turn.  = 5 st

4) Ch 1, sc2tog, ch 1, sk 1, sc2tog. Turn.  = 2 st, 1 ch-1 sp

5) Ch 1, sc2tog in st + sp, sc2tog in same sp + last st. Turn.  = 2st

6) Ch 1, sc2tog. Turn.

7) Ch 1, sc evenly down side of tab, scblo around, sc evenly up side of tab. Join.

Cut yarn. Weave in ends. Add button.

Complete!

Hooray! You have a cool new hat. Do you like it? I bet you love it. I sure do love mine. I’d love to see what you’ve made (and especially what button you picked!) Share a pic to your favorite social media and tag @RowsAndRoses and #RowsAndRosesDesertHat so we can all be inspired by your awesome choices. As always, if you need me, I’m just a click or two away.

August Showcase 2021

August Showcase 2021

Our monthly wrap-up

August has not been very kind to me. This has been a month of almosts, not-quites, and OH-NO!!s at R&R Y&F, all the way down the line. I even worked right through a weekend, spending 12 days straight in the shop. Of course I’m exhausted and stressed, but very thankful for the light at the end of the tunnel. The hard work is finally- FINALLY!- done, and now I’m just about ready to put my feet up.

What saved me this month was all the fun stuff I got to make. Take a look at the latest commissions and patterns and you’ll see. I am so happy with how all of these things turned out!

Fun stuff this month!

Patterns and Such

Strawberry Toast

This little tank makes me so ridiculously happy. Don’t the little tan pieces look like toasties with jam on them?
I designed this summer top using WeCrochet’s Shine Sport, a decadent blend of cotton and Modal. Silky smooth to the touch and machine washable, I bet this top will make you just as happy as it makes me.

Ofrenda Cowl

Now here’s a fun design. Lauren of Treehouse Knits asked me to design something for her new Coco collection, and this one-skein cowl was just the thing!
Faux cables on a lace background put a new twist on the granny stitch, for a quick accessory that is just as much fun to make as it is to wear. You’ll even have enough yarn left over for a small matching coffee cozy or change purse.

Thanks for looking! Until next time, friends… I hope your August ends well and your September begins even better ♥

Brand New Web Store

Brand New Web Store

Shop online with us!

This is the most exciting news I’ve had in a long time, y’all. Drumroll…..

Rows & Roses Yarn & Fiber is now online for your shopping convenience!

This has been such a long time coming, but with the help of an amazing team of wonderful ladies, we have brought this to you and we hope you love it as much as we do. After countless hours of taking and uploading pictures, counting inventory, and adding descriptions and specs on hundreds upon hundreds of items, we now have an online yarn store that we can be proud of.

Of course there's a sale!

Let’s add a little more excitement to sweeten the pot, yeah?
From now until August 31, I’m offering you 15% off all summertime yarns.

Think cotton, linen, and bamboo yarns. All of your summer favorites are discounted through August to help us make room for new winter yarns and colors. Let’s look at some of our faves, such as this gorgeous Bamboo Pop Sock. This yarn is 50/50 cotton and bamboo, and makes great wool-free socks as well as shawls and tops. It’s so silky to the touch!

While we’re talking bamboo, the original Bamboo Pop is our #1 best-selling yarn in the shop! It’s easy to see why: this machine washable DK yarn, which is also 50/50 cotton and bamboo, is cool against your skin and won’t heat you up in the summer months. It makes amazing shawls (I should know, I’ve made a few!) and I especially love the top I knit from it.
Everyone who touches it loves it. Come try some if you haven’t yet. At this price, you’ll be so pleased.

Chai by Berroco is my personal favorite for summer tops. I am a HUGE fan of linen, as it never gets fuzzy, and only gets softer and stronger the more abuse it takes.
This yarn is extra special, however, as the linen is blended with silk to give it a subtle sheen. The silk also makes it a little easier to work with than pure linen as it cuts down on the “crunchy” feel.
My all-time favorite tank top is knit out of Chai and I just can’t get enough of it. This is another yarn that, if you haven’t used it yet, this sale is just what you need to discover a new love.

Be sure to come in or shop online to see the whole collection of sale yarn, as these are just the beginning!

Growing and Growing and Growing...

This new web store is only the latest addition to Rows & Roses Yarn & Fiber. We are growing all the time, adding new inventory, new classes, new kits and workshops, and I just *might* be working on another BIG DEAL that will hopefully be ready to announce in September.

Thank you so much for hanging around and supporting this little shop. Big things have happened in the past year, big things are in the works, and big things are planned.
Every time you share a blog post, share a facebook post, like an Instagram pic, make a purchase, or even just make a suggestion, you are investing your time and energy into helping us grow. You’ll never know how much I appreciate all that you do ♥

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