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Winter Can't Knit (or Crochet) us Down!

alpaca Bulky yarn merino wool

That is a silly pun, I know!  We have so much fun at Reverie, we don't let the winter months of January and February get us down.  The colors and textures in the shop are so bright and varied, we can only "Knit Up!" Or weave, or spin, or crochet......

Tonight, January 6th, is downtown Goshen's Fire & Ice Festival.  Ice sculptors are demonstrating their skills all over town.  Come on down to see the artwork, and enjoy both hot and cold refreshments from the many vendors.  Reverie is offering 20% off on all glass and crystal gift items both Friday and Saturday.

Saturday, February 4th, is February Fun Day @ Reverie.  Join us for a day full of yarn-ish activity.  We will have a dip-dye yarn class, yarn craft speed contests and relays, and enjoy food and refreshment.  Our teachers will offer 2 different mini-seminars each for knitters and crocheters.  Cost for the is $40 and includes a gift bag for each person, 1 skein of quality wool yarn for dyeing, breakfast and lunch, and the 3 seminars (includes the dyeing). Prizes will be awarded for the winners of the speed contests and giant knit/crochet team relays.  

New Yarns have Arrived!

Stout - from Cascade.  100% Peruvian Wool, marl plied.  (4) colorways




Pima 100 - lighter weight pima cotton for spring and summer knits. Maggie is knitting a simple summer pullover with Pima 100.

June Cashmere - 100% Kyrgyz Cashmere, Lace Weight.

Koigu Family Gradient Cowl Kits - kits include 5 skeins of Koigu and pattern.

Heritage Sock Yarn - 20 colors for shawls, socks, lightweight sweaters.  Linda is knitting the pattern "On the Spice Market" in Heritage.

All of our classes are now offered on our website,  You can view the class descriptions, sign up and pay all on online!  Of course, we still love to see our customers in person, so ask about classes the next time you are in.  

We look forward to a great fiberliscious New Year.  Wishing you the best life can bring.

Maggie and the Owners of Reverie

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