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Remember: be sure to bring your project by or send us a picture.

Felting February

February is the perfect time to start felting. Throughout the month we will be offering classes in felting hats, bags and other fabulous items. We have patterns for felted bowls, clogs, IPad covers, stockings, hats, wine cozies and more.  Stop by the shop to see our Felting display table!

Knit n purl project bag

Several Bag ideas

Hat Ideas



What is a KAL?

What is a KAL?


KAL - Knit A Long

A KAL is where several of us knit the same item at the same time.  Sometimes we all meet and sit around the table together.  At other times, we knit on our own and share our progress.


2014 May KAL - Nantucket Morning

Please join us for our 2014 May Knit-A-Long

Nantucket Morning by Carolyn Pfeifer


How about a "Nantucket Morning" Ready for something a little different? Need something to brighten the house for the summer, or the next major holiday? Our May KAL comes from Love of Knitting's Summer 2014 magazine.


A gorgeous table setting instantly transforms a casual brunch into an entertaining and elegant affair. Your guests will admire the interesting stripes and seed stitch texture, but they’ll never have to know how easy these pieces were to knit up.

Skill level: Easy


• 12 skeins Jeannee Worsted by Plymouth Yarn, 51% cotton, 49% acrylic (110 yds/50g).
• U.S. size 8 (5mm) needles, or size required for gauge
• Yarn needle



The pattern is in Love of Knitting Summer 2014 Page 16.

Those participating in the May KAL can email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with any questions you have about the pattern. We are still in the process of moving and have not been able to help in the store. We will continue with the KAL for those who need help once we reopen. Hope to see you all soon.


Join us in making a lovely table runner and set of place mats. This quick, easy project will take four weeks. We will meet in the shop on Tuesdays during May in our current location and in the new one once we move.


Arlene will be the moderator of this knit-a-long. The gauge is 22 stitches adn 32 rows = 4",  we will use Jeannee Worsted yarn.

We will work on this in the shop Tuesday's from 11a -1p for approximately 4 weeks.



Knit-N-Purl’s Bergere Poncho KAL starts today, January 1st


Knit-N-Purl’s Bergere Poncho KAL starts today, January 1st

·      Molly wants to know if you are participating. 


·      You can let her know on Ravelry and follow everyone’s progress here. You must be a member of Knit-N-Purl’s group to be able to post pictures and comments.



·      We have started an “Event” within our group. You can access this event from our group page or click on the link below to join the discussion. http://www.ravelry.com/events/bergere-poncho-kal


·      Once you’ve joined, you can communicate with everyone participating in this KAL. Use BergereKAL14 in the tag line to make sure your posts are seen by those participating.


·      Week 1 Goals have already been posted on Ravelry.



·      If you cannot participate throughRavelry, at least email Molly and let her know that you are knitting this poncho with us.  We would love a head count of participants.

Molly @knitnpurl.biz.


·      We have designated a 2 hour session each Friday afternoon (for the next 2 months) from 4pm-6pm at Knit-N-Purl. Molly will be working on her poncho and can help anyone with their KAL during this time.



2014 KAL - Bergere Poncho


Please join us for our 2014 Knit-A-Long

Bergere de France Poncho


Beginning January 1st, 2014, we will start a new KAL.  By popular demand, we have selected this gorgeous cabled poncho from Bergere.  We will be working on this kal January - March.  This is quite an undertaking and will be fun to knit with a group.  You do not have to be "in-town" to participate.  We will keep in touch on Ravelry, Facebook, Twitter, and on our web-site where we can share pictures of our progress.


We have selected several different yarns in the correct weight of 16 gauge.  These choices will give you different price ranges to choose from.  The yarn will be ordered on November 1st, 2013, to ensure time for the yarn to arrive in the store and get it distributed so we can all cast on together on January 1st.  Yes, you will need to do a gauge swatch prior to beginning the project.



The 4 types of yarn we will be using are:


The pattern has 2 sizes, Small/Medium requiring 1479 yards and Large/X-Large requiring 1740 yards.


The yarn and pattern is as follows:



FYI - Molly is knitting the shop sample using Bergere Magic+, the original yarn for the pattern.  Phyllis is knitting hers in Cascade Greenland.


Progressive Needles Knit-Along from Skacel


The Hole Story – April KAL


Knit a gorgeous shawl with me featuring the brand new yarn from HiKoo – Rylie.  This luxurious yarn is is a blend of baby alpaca, mulberry silk and linen.  It is soft and strong with a lovely hand and is available in a variety of beautiful colors.  You won’t want to miss the new stitches and techniques as well as this exceptional yarn!



  • Rylie by HiKoo (50% baby alpaca, 25% mulberry silk, 25% linen), 2 skeins.
  • US #7 32″ needles or size needed to obtain desired gauge.

Gauge after blocking – approx. 20 sts = 4″ in stockinette.


Buy your yarn by clicking here

Keep in touch with others and show off your progress and finished work on Knit Purl Hunter's Ravelry Group. Michelle can be found there to help with any questions.




2014 March KAL - Ariosa Wrap Cardi


Please join us for our 2014 March Knit-A-Long

Ariosa Wrap Cardi by Cecily Glowik MacDonald



Due to the overwhelming response from our Facebook post, we have decided to use this as our March Knit-A-Long.  We hope you will join us in knitting this versatile open cardigan.

The pattern is free on ravelry. 



Molly will be the moderator of this knit-a-long.  Phyllis and Arlene will also be knitting this cardi.  The gauge is 16 stithes, so we have selected to use the Bergere Magic+ yarn beause we just love it.  We will be ordering yarn on the 20th to have by the 28th.

The pattern is written for extra small (8), small (9), medium (10), large (11) and extra large (11).  The number of skeins for each side is indicated in the ().  Several people want to add some length to the sleeves.  We estimate it will take 4 additional skeins if you want full length sleeves, or 2 skeins for half length sleeves.

We will meet on the 28th to knit our gauge swatch.  We will work on this in the shop on Fridays from 4 - 6 in March.



The yarn required for each size are as follows:

  • Extra Small : = 8 skeins
  • Small :  = 9 skeins
  • Medium : = 10 skeins
  • Large : = 11 skeins
  • Extra Large : = 11 skeins


Remember you may need extra yarn if you want to change the size of the sleeves.


Click HERE to order your yarn now!!!!



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