Don’t miss our special visit with Jessica Green, who’s painting of the state capital was the inspiration for this years Yarn Crawl Yarn!  She will be at Mass. Ave Knit Shop this friday (mar. 3) from 3-5 pm!  We are so excited to meet her and hear about her painting styles and inspirations.  She will bring many items to autograph and sell.  


Have you signed up yet? Call the shop or call and get yourself on the list! 

Dates are Friday, April 28-12-9 pm

                   Saturday, April 29- 10-9 pm (Bike ride and fruit stand -information below)

                   Sunday, April 30-10-4 pm

Cost $25.00- get you a 20% discount on regular priced yarn, free patterns, and a shop bag! 

April 29 is the FRESH START BIKE TOUR, which is a downtown bike ride that will be visiting a number of sustainable gardens in the area.  They will be biking on the Cultural Trail ( on Virginia Ave) in front of the Shop!  So Elaine and I got together and started a new “4H” project!  We are asking customers to knit up fruits and vegetables for the MASS AVE FRUITS AND VEGGIE STAND.  I am Tom Sawyering a customers husband to build us a stand so we just need to get some “produce”.  If you want to knit something up, come on by the shop and get some yarn from my stash and a pattern.  We will also have an overnighter in April to knit up some veggies.

Coming Up!

-Stephen West MKAL starts March 3!! It is a stash buster shawl!  However I am also using some of the Zen Garden Sock yarn!!  The pattern  uses fingering weight doublestranded!  You can also use dk/sport single stranded, but I think it will be more interesting mixing in more colors.  The knit along pattern is available on RAVELRY.  I am also going to use some of my La Jolla left over from my FIND YOUR FADE SHAWL.  

New colors of La Jolla for the find your fade shawl are here !

I can’t wait to add them to my shawl!

Also new from BAAH YARNS- Super Chunky- 2 sts = 1″. There are 85 yards per skein. 



 Here is Mona’s  blanket so far!  Just gorgeous!!