Knitting with Beads
Knitting with beads!  Is a very easy and fun way to add a little sparkle to your projects.  Be careful: knitting with beads can be addictive.

This 2-hour workshop will teach you about bead selection, how to string them and how to knit them into your work.
Yarn and beads will be provided.  Please bring a pair of size 3 double point needles.  They can be purchased at the store if you don’t have them.  
This stunning stole kit includes the pattern and Knitting Goddess Silk!
What a fun, but pretty yarn! I am so often asked, "Do you have yarn without any wool?" Well here is a wonderful answer to that question. My Knitting Goddess, Ribbons and Beads. This is a soft acrylic yarn that is wrapped with a thread that has beads and ribbons attached which throughout the yarn.
Helen's Lace by Lorna Laces is a beautiful blend of 50% Tuscan Silk and 50% Merino Wool. The yardage is 1250 yards/4 oz one ball, so one ball is all you need for a shawl. There is a pattern on the back of the label, but this yarn can be used for any pattern that requires a lace weight yarn. This beautiful yarn can be substituted in any pattern that calls for lace weight yarn.
This shawl is easy to knit. When you are finished there is no finishing or blocking to size as some shawls require. Knit in a triangle shape, you start at the bottom and as you increase the bobbles are added. Bobbles are easy and fun to make.
The sampler sock has been so popular that I decided to make a gauntlet and a mitten. I made these for myself but as soon as my daughter saw them, she asked for them!