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ShannaJean Club Y2

In Patterns, Worsted weight yarn by Shannon

MaterialsIt’s time for Year 2 of the ShannaJean Club! We are super excited about this celebration of friendship, and are doubly excited to be working with a great group of LYSs to share the exclusive colorways of gorgeous Knitted Wit yarn for each kit! Purchase the collection now, and receive an Intro Sheet, with information about all things ShannaJean, and …

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Keep Slipping Mitts

In For the hands, One skein projects, Patterns, Worsted weight yarn by Shannon

MaterialsThis hat & mitts combo is the perfect answer to the question: what to knit? It’s a soothing pattern and makes a comfy finished object. Finished Measurements: Small/medium (large/extra large): 4 (4.75)”/10 (12) cm across hand (measured above base of thumb but below knuckles) unstretched; both sizes are approximately 7″/18 cm from cast-on to bind-off edge.Yarn: approximately 140 (160) yards/129 …

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Keep Slipping Hat

In Hats, One skein projects, Patterns, Worsted weight yarn by Shannon

MaterialsThis hat & mitts combo is the perfect answer to the question: what to knit? It’s a soothing pattern and makes a comfy finished object. Finished Measurements: Small/medium (large/extra-large): 19.5 (21.5)”/49.5 (54.5) cm circumference unstretched; 8 (9)”/20.5 (23) cm from brim to tippy top.Yarn: approximately 140 (160) yards/129 (147) m worsted-weight yarn. I used Knitted Wit Targhee Worsted in Coral …

How does it work?

In Ewe Tubes by Shannon1 Comment

Right now, we are only selling ready-made tubes on our Etsy site. In the near future (likely after the first of the year), we’ll be taking orders for custom tubes, so be sure you’re signed up for our email list! Once you’ve got your yarn picked out, download our order form (coming soon!), and think about the decisions you need …

What are these tubes you speak of?

In Ewe Tubes by ShannonLeave a Comment

At Ewe Tubes, we’re a bit cranky. Meaning we love to use our circular knitting machine to crank your yarn into tubes for all kinds of awesome FOs, including socks, leg warmers, fingerless mitts, and neckwarmers. So, we’re cranky, but with a smile on our face and a song in our heart. Don’t get me wrong; I love hand-knitting socks. …

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Slip-Slip Slippers

In Aran weight yarn, Patterns, Slippers by Shannon

MaterialsThese slippers are a dream to make in Aran-weight yarn. Grab a skein of Friendship Bracelet, and you’ll be slip-slip-slipping your way to warmer feet in no time! Finished Measurements: Small (medium, large): 6 (8, 10)”/15 (20, 25) cm circumference. Foot length depends on recipient’s foot size. See chart for approximate foot lengths. Pick the finished size closest to your …

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Connect with ShannaJean!

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Lorajean and I created a new and super fun hangout space, and we’d love for y’all to join us! Click this link to fill out a short questionnaire, and you’ll get an invite asap! We’re talking about food and fiber and pens and paper and fun and stress and everything in between! You can also check out our website to …

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Big Waffle Energy

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When Lorajean and I were at the Red Alder Fiber Retreat in Tacoma, Washington earlier this year, we got matching heart waffle tattoos, to celebrate our friendship with each other and mutual love of sweet treats. Inspired by Leslie Knope and her waffle obsession and unflinching friend energy, we talked (and ate) waffles a lot on that trip. We wanted …

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Pen & Paper Society

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The Pen & Paper Society began in 2016 when Debbi Stone, Lorajean, and I fell hard for a Hobonichi Cousin planner we saw in the hands of an LYS owner at the winter trade show in San Diego. That was it for all of us; we began to amass planners and pens and paper and pencils and everything we could. …

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A tasty galette

In Blog, DIY by ShannonLeave a Comment

I love pies. Pot pies, sweet pies, hand pies. Anything with a crust and a filling makes me happy. During these pandemic times, I’ve been revisiting the galette, an open-toped pie with folded-over edges. It’s delicious and delightful, and I made one last night. It was a huge hit, so I thought I’d share the recipe with y’all. First of …