Watermelon Baby Cardigan
- Sirdar Snuggly DK
- 1 ball green, 1/2 ball red, small amount white
- Link to free pattern on Ravelry
- 1 skein of Heritage Wave
- 44″ x 19″
- Link to free pattern on Ravelry
Summer is almost here and we want to remind all of our knitters and crocheters that, as we have done in previous years, the hours at the shop will be reduced for July and August.
Our Summer Hours will be:
We will return to our regular hours on September 5th, which are:
Our store is run 100% by volunteers, and we are located in an open portion of The Salvation Army building in Maple Ridge.
Because of our uniqueness, we do not have a separate entrance, and therefore cannot physically “lock the door to the shop” on Mondays when we are closed (but The Salvation Army is open).
We apologize for any inconvenience, but please respect the fact that The Salvation Army staff are not able to assist you in Once Upon a Sheep during our non-business hours.
Knitter’s Pride Dreamz Symfonie Wood Special Interchangeable Needle Set – Circulars in 16″ Length (7 Needle Sizes)
Knitter’s Pride Dreamz Symfonie Wood Interchangeable Deluxe Needle Set; 24″, 32″ and 40″ Cords
Knitter’s Pride Comby Sampler Set with Symfonie Dreamz, Cubics and Nova Interchangeable Needles; 24″ and 40″ Cords; End Caps; and Cord Keys
Knitter’s Pride Bamboo Deluxe Interchangeable Needle Set with 10 Needle Sizes; 4 Cords; Cord Connectors; End Caps and Cord Keys
Knitter’s Pride Karbonz Interchangeable Starter Set with 5 Sizes of Needle Tips; 2 Cords; set of Size Markers; End Caps and Cord Keys
Knitter’s Pride Dreamz Symfonie Wood Double Pointed (5″) Sock Needle Set in
Knitter’s Pride Bamboo Crochet Hook Set, Single Ended, 8 Hook Sizes
Knitter’s Pride Magma Knitting Pattern Holder – Large
Size (open position) 20″ x 12″
Size (folded position) 10″ x 12″
Knit Picks Options
Interchangeable Needle Tip Stand
If you have never heard of Yarn Bombing, it is described on Wikipedia as:
“Yarn bombing, yarnbombing, yarn storming, guerrilla knitting, kniffiti, urban knitting or graffiti knitting is a type of graffiti or street art that employs colourful displays of knitted or crocheted yarn or fibre rather than paint or chalk.”
This is a very different and fun way to use up the extra yarn you have on hand. The actual yarn bombing will take place around June 11th in Mission.
If you would like to contribute strips to this community project, please drop them off at Once Upon a Sheep before 4:00 pm on Tuesday, May 30th, and we will deliver them for you.
In recognition of National Volunteer Week from April 23rd to 27th, we would like to express a huge Thank You to all of our volunteers who keep the shop running so smoothly.
In addition to assisting our customers and staffing the shop, there are many endless hours spent behind the scenes as well. Your dedication, knowledge, special skills and individual talents are very much appreciated.
And, while you are in the shop, be sure to enter our “Button Guess” for a chance to win a $20 Gift Certificate for Once Upon a Sheep…
Once Upon a Sheep is a Passport Stop on the
Woolith Fair 2017 Yarn Crawl
During this event, Once Upon a Sheep is offering:
Woolith Fair is asking Crawlers to help support the blanket drive for Variety – The Children’s Charity of British Columbia by knitting or crocheting an 8″ square using a soft, acrylic based yarn. You can use any pattern or thickness of yarn, provided it is mostly acrylic (and therefore machine washable), and soft to the touch.
Your knitted or crocheted squares can be dropped off at Once Upon a Sheep anytime between now and April 29th.
So far, we have collected some lovely squares, but please help us make a much larger contribution to this great cause.
Visit the Woolith Fair website (click on the link below) to learn more about this fun event and be sure to download your official Woolith Fair Passport ahead of time to participate in the prize raffles!