Lovely Gina Yarn

Posted by Caroline Hershey

This is really a workhorse of a yarn, from side to side vests, to shawls (think Bermuda shawl), to felted slippers, to hats. It’s self-striping characteristic reminds you of other yarns we’ve always looked to for this type of patterning. This hat is knitted side to side using short rows. If you haven’t mastered short rows, you’ll definitely know how to make them once you finish the Gina hat. A free pattern found on the Plymouth yarns web site.


The glossy ibis in all their beautiful colors are back on Assateague Island. I was bemoaning the fact that I hadn’t seen many white ibis at all, and driving down our drive one morning spied a white ibis pecking around in our neighbors field. Can never tell where things will pop up.


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Received the skeins. Again nice doing business with you.

Palisades Park, NJ

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