Wednesday, April 15, 2015



THE TREASURE HUNT
2pm Friday till 4pm Saturday


Up for grabs in this weekends treasure hunt are:

 A basket of sock yarn from Two Dots in Wakefield

Synchronicity Ebook from Andi Smith aka Knitbrit

Mini Skein set from Play at life Fiber arts
Market place vendor


 A Rhode Island Needle gauge from katrinkles
Market place vendor

50% off one item from Rising Sun Earthworks
Market place vendor

$20 off a $30 purchase from Supermarno Studio
Market place vendor

2x 25% off non sale yarn coupons from The Knitting Corner in Middletown.
One for May1-31 and one for June 1-30

$20 Gift Certificate to use at Knit One, Quilt Too  in Barrington

2 x $50 Gift Certificates from Dirty Water Dye Works
Market place vendor

An $80 set of Hiya Hiya large steel interchangeable needles
with embroidered silk taffeta case from Bella Yarns in Warren.






THE RULES

The hunt is simple, on Facebook I will post a clue to where I am and hints on how to recognize me .
Find me before anyone else , give me the code word allocated to the coupon up for grabs and it is yours. Once a coupon is claimed I will post a photo of the lucky winner to the FB page.

  • The hunt will run from 2pm Friday until 4pm Saturday afternoon.
  • There will be a code word for each gift certificate, if you can't tell me what it is you can't have the prize!!
  • The certificate will be available for 1 hour. 
  • There will only be one available per hour.
  • Anything unclaimed will be reposted or raffled at the Market on Sunday
  • Honor the rules that apply to each individual coupon as stipulated by the vendor.
  • NO STALKING. 


A TREASURE HUNT!!!

Here is how the treasure hunt will work.

Its pretty simple, You have to find me. 

Throughout the day I will post to Facebook clues as to where I will be at a certain time and what gift certificate is up for grabs.

How will you know me? I'll post clues about that too.


  • It will run from 2pm Friday until 4pm Saturday afternoon.
  • There will be a code word for each gift certificate, if you can't tell me what it is you can't have the prize!!
  • That certificate will be available for 1 hour. 
  • There will only be one available per hour.
  • Anything unclaimed will be reposted or raffled at the Market on Sunday


Tuesday, April 14, 2015

Store Highlight: Yarnia, Woonsocket.



Here at Yarnia we're looking forward to another awesome crawl weekend -- it's a fun filled weekend where we get to see lots of new people, see lots of new to us projects, and together we are inspired to keep things interesting and exciting through the summer.



We've added many new products in anticipation of the crawl including:

   Noro Taiyo (a soft version of Noro!) and Nadeshiko chunky -- we will have Noro trunk show garments for the crawl so you can see how this super fun yarn actually knits up. Ask to see our really cute patchwork tote!
   An Indie Dyer has dyed up a special selection of fiber, sock yarn, and DK weight yarn. The colors are vibrant and exciting. Her colorways are inspired by graffiti and very unique.
   We've restocked our wall of Manos including new colors of both Maxima and Alegria. Soft and squishy!
   Sweet Georgia has dyed some shawl kits for us that will just jump off the shelves -- gorgeous, but not a challenge to knit.
   A local Alpaca farm will be in store with a selection of natural colored sport weight alpaca.
   And, last but not least, my sewing machine and I have been busy and our popular Purlie Bags will be out for first come first served sale.


Lots of items to raffle including, but not limited to: Manos, Rowan, a custom embroidered project bag, and a full set of ChiaoGoo Interchangeable Needles
We will have many smaller raffle items throughout the weekend, in addition to the grand prize, so more people have a chance to win something.

As in years past, we will be collecting food bank donations and offering an additional raffle entry for those crawlers that bring a food bank donation. They were so appreciative last year at that fantastic quantity donated last year, and after this long and super cold winter they surely need to restock their shelves. Our selected group not only provides a city wide food pantry, but offers both overnight shelter, warming center services, and community meals to those in need.

I'm sure I've forgotten something, Melissa and I have been working non-stop to make sure there's lots to see, touch, and try on during the crawl weekend. Yes, I even have the jeweler Melissa knitting now...

Please make sure to stop by and say hi -- I promise cookies!


Friday / Saturday 10-7, Sunday 10-4

Sunday, April 12, 2015

5th Annual Culmination Ceremony!




Please join us at
Mount Hope Farm for the
5th Annual Culmination Ceremony for
The Great Rhody Yarn Crawl
Sunday, April 19, 2014
11:00am-4:00pm
(Please note the time change from 10am to 11am)


Mount Hope Farm is an historic farm with over 200 acres of land and many historic buildings. The trust that owns and operates the Farm strives to keep the farm open and accessible to the public by hosting many public events such as a weekly Farmer's Market 


The Fiber Arts Marketplace at the Culmination Ceremony is chock full of New England hand crafters and tasty treats! 

We will have a vendor raffle basket so don't forget to bring your food donation for a raffle ticket.
Mount Hope Farm will be accepting donations for the East Bay Food Pantry.




Food Vendors







Fiber Arts Marketplace






Dirty Water Dyeworks



Doodleknits



Katrinkles



Leslie Wind



Play at Life Fiber Arts


Quaere Fibre



Rising Sun Earthworks




Rose Ann Hunter



SimplyBrook Knits



Sophiez Soap





Also Pretty Useful things will be back again this year

Wednesday, March 18, 2015

The Yarn Outlet in Pawtucket stocks all your favorites from Cascade, Ella Rae, and Brown Sheep, and offers tons of classes in new techniques (Entrelac, anyone?)
Food donations this year will go to the  Greenville Baptist Church

The Yarn Outlet
50 Division St
Pawtucket, RI 02860
401-766-5660

Store hours for the Crawl
Friday,  9am-4:30pm
Saturday,  11am-5pm

Tuesday, March 17, 2015

STORE HIGHLIGHT: The Wilson Collective, Portsmouth.


The Wilson Collective is a fine art gallery, custom frame shop and makers studio that also houses a small yarn studio. All the yarn in our studio is hand dyed here in our dye kitchen.


'We teach weekly classes in knitting, design, print making, (summer) painting, simple sewing, shibori and offer kids classes and camps.
We also host several events and book signings every month. Our guests have included,  Tanis Gray, Taylor Polites, Ann Hood, Cirilia Rose and Lars Rains.'




                                         Specials during the yarn crawl 
Free Churchmouse Yarn and Tea Pattern with every purchase of $60 or more. 
10% off all yarn during the crawl. 
Free Canvas project bag, hand printed star fish design,  with a purchase of $100.

Our beautiful raffle basket will contain 
a surprise gift from our friends at Churchmouse Yarns and Teas
a $100 dollar for custom framing at our shop
custom dyed yarn of the winners choice

a canvas printed project bag


Crawl Hours  
Friday 10:00 -5:30 pm
Saturday 10:00-3:00 pm
Sunday 12-3 pm

The Wilson Collective
1King Charles Dr. Clock Square Suite 102
Portsmouth, RI