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  • April 11, 2016 2 min read

    As I tied my coat against the drizzling cold yesterday morning, I had this rush of of deja-vu.  Everything about the moment seemed so familiar.  It was the spring chill, the rain, the way the light shone low on the horizon - it all took me back to a vacation in Northern England and Scotland.  This is very British weather we've been having.  It's fitting then, that we celebrate beautiful British weather with a sale on beautiful British yarns by Rowan. From heirloom sheep to classic tweeds, Rowan is as British as knitting gets. Just look at this darling town - this is where Rowan is headquartered.  It's like something out of a fairytale, isn't it.  

    If you saw yesterday's post, you already know that lovely Cotton Lustre is on sale.  I've decided to expand the sale to include all Rowan yarns.  20% off.   Take a look at Revive, the beautiful and hardworking summer yarn Amy Herzog chose for Spanish Bay, one of her most popular Custom Fit cardigans. 

    Revive's nice tight twist give it great stitch definition - perfect for heavily cabled pullovers like this free pattern designed especially for Revive.

    Revive is also stunning in the Easy Folded Poncho to wear with everything from suits to jeans all year long.

    Classic, season-less Kidsilk Haze is also on sale.  Kidsilk haze is the whipped cream of the yarn world - rich and light at the same time.  Wonderful on its own or a welcome addition to anything and everything. Personally, I'm addicted to the stuff and have piles of it in my stash.

    So there you have it - the perfect yarns for the weather we're having - now through Saturday, April 23rd.    Stock up while you can - Rowan in your stash is money in the bank.  

    Come savor the best of British yarns at a great price.  I look forward to seeing you in the shop and around the table.  You are always welcome here. 


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