Monday, September 7, 2020

New Arrivals


We have received two types of looms!
The Cricket loom is a traditional 15 inch wide rigid heddle loom. The Zoom loom creates 4”x4” woven squares that can be combined into bags, scarves, blankets, and clothing. Each square only takes 20-30 minutes to create and uses about ten yards, so it’s an excellent stash buster. You can also cross-stitch into your woven square to include words or images in your final piece. 

We have also received new yarns including Tiramisu by Berroco, Celestine by Juniper Moon Farm, and Luma and Tundra by The Fibre Co.

What's On Our Needles?

Pattern: Bide Shawl by Helen Stewart 
Yarn: Tundra by The Fibre Co. 

Knit on size 10.5 needles with a wonderfully soft bulky yarn, this triangle shawl will be a quick and fun project. Tundra is 60% Alpaca, 30% Merino Wool and 10% Silk - enough said. 



Linda is working on stash busting with some Noro yarn and her Cricket loom. This beautiful project is destined to be a scarf! 


Pattern: Campbell Blanket by Appalachian Baby Design 
Yarn: US Organic Cotton by Appalachian Baby Design 

The Campbell Blanket is as beautiful as it is snuggly. Appalachian Baby Design patterns paired with their earth-friendly organic cotton yarns make for a wonderful knitted gift that any baby will love. 


Pattern: Hooded Dinosaur Blanket by Krystle's Krazy Knits 

Your favorite dinosaur lover will be cozy and snug and will never want to crawl out of this fun hooded blanket! It is a fairly easy pattern that knits up quickly on big needles. This would make a terrific Christmas gift for a little one in your life.

A Few of Our Completed Projects


This beautiful eyelet scarf is completed with just one skein of Noro Tsubame. Kitty loved knitting this scarf. The pattern is easy to follow, the yarn is soft and the color changes keep it interesting. 



The dainty lace yoke is precious on this fun-to-knit baby cardigan. The pattern is sized to fit from newborns up to 36 months. This sample is knit using Lang Cashmerino



This large wrap is a fun knit and a great way to use up some of your stash yarn! The pattern calls for 5 skeins - variegated, solid, gradient, whatever - but you could use several partial skeins for a great result. You will really enjoy the mix of garter stitch and lace while knitting and while wearing your final wrap! This sample was knit using Smooshy with Cashmere by Dream in Color.

Local Yarn Store Day!

Please join us on Saturday, September 12th to celebrate the magic of the local yarn store! 

Dream in Color will offer a beautiful shawl pattern knit with the new Local Yarn Store Day colorway of Smooshy with Cashmere called "Victory". (pictured to right) 

Buy any amount of Plymouth Yarn from BYS on August 11th or 12th and receive a copy of the Rainchain Shawl Pattern by Little NutMeg Productions for FREE! (pictured below)

Monday, August 3, 2020

What's On Our Needles


Yarn: Tsubame by Noro

This beautiful eyelet scarf is completed with just one skein of Noro Tsubame. Kitty is loving this scarf. The pattern is easy to follow, the yarn is soft and the color changes keep it interesting.



Pattern: Woodland Friends by Paintbox Yarns


This cozy blanket made up of knit and purl stitches will be a favorite of mom and baby alike! The design features fun woodland animals such as sweet squirrels, hedgehogs and owls.

Pattern: Magra by Donna Yacino
Yarn: Estiva by Berroco

The Magra bag is composed of a solid body topped with a series of crochet medallions and handles. It starts and ends with the darker color with the lighter color in the middle. The Magra bag uses 2 cakes of Estiva by Berroco.


Pattern: Mobius Cowl by Maie Landra
Yarn: Peppino Yarn in Lily Pad and Bayou Blue


This amazing colorwork cowl is the official Deep South Shop Hop project! Knit in the round with fingering weight yarn, this cowl will be your favorite winter accessory.

Casapinka Mystery KAL

Who is ready for Casapinka's annual Mystery knit-a-long? This year's design is for a rectangular shawl with 2 versions: One for absolute beginning shawl knitters and one for advanced beginners. This shawl uses 4 skeins of fingering weight yarn in contrasting colors (as opposed to colors that blend or fade into each other). Come in to pick from colors that we have put together or feel free to select your own. 

The KAL begins August 7th and a new clue will be revealed each week for 6 weeks

Berroco Drop Ship Kits of the Week

Berroco is offering two new sweater kits. Weir and Emmi are both knit with Berroco Arno which is a 57% Cotton, 43% Merino Wool yarn perfect for year around wear. Berroco is now offering previous kits for sale as well! 

Click here to view their 123 Dropship Store, then follow the directions below to order your next project. If you are interested in knitting one of the kits, give us a call to let us know which one you would like. We will place your order and have it directly shipped to your home!