Loopy Mango Trunk Show

Super excited for the Loopy Mango trunk show at The Little Knittery image


image this Sunday October 16 from 1:00-4:00. Come see lots of beautiful sweaters, accessories and home wear. You will meet the delightful cofounders of Loopy Mango, Waejong & Anna, and receive a 10% discount on your Loopy Mango purchases!

Yarn Crawl 2016

Welcome Crawlers!
Open until 7:00 on Friday
Saturday and Sunday hours 10:00-6:00.
image Saturday 12:00-6:00 Molly is demonstrating Weaving! Come on by!
Saturday and Sunday 10:00-6:00 Tina will be demonstrating her amazing needle felting pet portraits! Come on by!


Trunk Shows: Knit Collage, Skacel, Loopy Mango! Her Turtleneck Collage

Weaving Workshop

Molly Cleator demonstrating some weaving techniques

Molly Cleator weaving teacher

Please join us for an afternoon of weaving. Molly Cleator, life long weaver and expert teacher will guide you through various tapestry weaving techniques. You will start a wall hanging and maybe a lifetime passion for the fiber arts!

Molly Cleator weaving demonstration.

Molly Cleator weaving demonstration.

The next class will be Saturday July 11 from 1:00-4:00. Link to class page.
The class price includes a Schacht School Loom and a wide variety of yarns to use in your wall hanging.

Student weaving in progress

Student weaving in progress

Shibui Silk Cloud Scarf

Shibui Silk Cloud Scarf

silk cloud scarf

This beautiful scarf is made with only two skeins of Shibui Silk Cloud. Its a super light silk mohair yarn that has amazing depth since the silk core is a slightly lighter shade than the mohair fluff surrounding it. The stitch pattern is good old Feather and Fan, a really simple lace—think YARN OVER (YO) and KNIT 2 TOGETHER (K2tog).
To make the scarf you hold 2 strands of yarn together throughout, the different shaded stripes come from switching out which two strands of yarn you hold together. The sample shown uses one skein of Mineral and one skein of Clay.

With 2 strands held together and a US size 13 needle CO 38 sts
Row 1: Knit.
Row 2: Purl
Row 3: K1, *k2tog (3 times), yo k1 (6 times), k2tog (3 times); rep from *, to the last st, k1.
Row 4: Knit.

Repeat Rows 1 – 4 for pattern. Switch the combination of the yarns held together every 12 rows.
Work 180 rows total.

Weaving and Hand Spinning

The 4th annual LA County Yarn Crawl starts Thursday March 26 and goes through Sunday March 29. We still have a few yarn crawl tote bags available if you’re interested! Call the store at (323)663-3838 to reserve a tote bag.

IMG_1954This Saturday Miss Molly of A Place to Create will be at The Little Knittery demonstrating how to do simple weaving techniques. Come in and make a mini wall hanging! Weaving demos will start at 11:00. The second session will begin at 3:00.


Throughout the day Miss Molly will be at the shop working the drop spindle showing us how to spin roving into artful knitting yarns.