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Special Holiday Hours ….

Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday — 11 a.m. until 6 p.m.; Thursday — 1 until 8 p.m.; Saturday — 11 a.m. until 4 p.m., Sunday — noon until 4 p.m. Breakfast at Red Tree Coffee on Saturday, December 17 … about … Continue reading

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Keep on truckin’ … and knittin’

No, knitting is not just for the ladies.  Just about all women will admit they love a man that cooks, how much better if he also knits!  Ran across this very interesting article ~ according to the Wall Street Journal … Continue reading

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Why I Knit: Dawn Gusty

It’s in my nature to create. With life the way it is for me right now, it’s not an option anymore to start big projects.  I need something I can pick up and do five minutes here, an hour there, … Continue reading

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Cook up some extra knitting time.

January is National Soup Month. Winter-time is soup time, and a great time to knit.  Put on a pot of soup, enough for a couple of days, and suddenly you have more time to knit.  Here are some recipes for … Continue reading

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Why I Knit: Glenna Butts

Mother taught herself to knit; when I was about 8, she taught me.  In the fourth grade, my teacher and the librarian would help a few of us girls with our knitting, and they taught us to crochet.  I don’t … Continue reading

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Now in the shop: fabulous gift ideas.

In addition to the fiberlicious yarns, we have an amazing selection of gift items for knitters and anyone on your list who appreciates fine, hand-crafted items. Stop by to see us at 407 North Main Street in historic downtown Kingston … Continue reading

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Wild and Woolly Yarns from Unexpected Sources

Say the word “yarn” and most people think of lambswool, cashmere, cotton, maybe even ~ gasp ~ synthetics.  Yarn can be made from virtually any fiber that can be spun, including plant fibers.  Here are some of the unusual knitting … Continue reading

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