Would you believe that you can STAMP a custom hand knit creation? Now you can, with the new Hand Knit stamp set. (117012 – order online through my website)
Join me for a class at the Klose Knit Yarn Shop in Urbana, IL!
On Sunday, September 26th (2 – 4 pm) you’ll make and take home 3 gorgeous “hand knit” gift tags created with high-quality Stampin’ Up! papers, inks and embellishments plus a set of ‘hand knit’ greeting cards perfect to use yourself or present as a hand-crafted gift.
All supplies for the gift tags and greeting cards are included in the $9 class fee.
BONUS PACKAGE: If you choose to pre-order the Hand Knit stamp set (set of 6) as part of your class, cost for the class is only $4. Please add $17.95 for your wood mount stamp set (free shipping and tax!) or $13.95 for the Clear Mount set. You can take your stamp set home with you the night of the class as long as you register by September 1st.
Want to make your knitting tags and cards at home? Just sign up for the Class Kit To Go by emailing me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Add $5 mailing cost to your class fee. Supply your own inks and stamps at home and I’ll send you the pre-cut card stock and embellishments that you’ll need, along with printed directions. Kits will mail on September 20th, the day after our ‘in person’ class at Klose Knit.
This is the knitting project I’m working on right now. It’s a really sweet knitted swing top for my daughter Abby. She’s excited for me to get finished with it so she can finally wear it. I’m hoping to complete it before the weather is too cool for her to wear it! (fingers crossed)
And here’s the yarn stash I got this past weekend at Klose Knit. Wow, so many projects and so little time! I picked up a fun Malabrigo yarn for a lace scarf pattern that was on display (see it in my bag?) and a couple skeins for an Entrelac project that I’ve been wanting to start.
You might recognize my knitting bag from past blog posts… I’ve found that it’s perfect for holding a project and a back up project to take with me wherever I go. The bag was created with Scallop Squares of fabric cut with the Big Shot Die Cut Machine from Stampin’ Up!.
And the flower you can see if you click on the photo is also a Big Shot Die Cut Machine project. Directions for that project are posted on my blog here.