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Knitting at Bryant Park is Back Again

Bryant Park Knits

Every Tuesday, June 21st through August 30th 1:30-3:00pm, we will be teaching beginner knitting right next to the Gertrude Stein statue. We will be putting together "Found but Not Lost" scarves to be given out in Bryant Park during the winter. Knitters and knitters-to-be of all levels are welcome to join our community project. 

All Bryant Park events are free to participate in. We will lend yarn and needles to beginners for the Bryant Park knitting lessons on Tuesdays. No registration required, but please be sure to sign-in at the park. 

Why We Knit

We asked friends and family of Knitty City why they knit and got some great responses. Thank you to our knitting community that made this video possible! 

Julie Asselin Stella KC Anniversary Colors

One of our favorite dyers, Julie Asselin, made these gorgeous colors specially for us in celebration of our 10th anniversary. Julie's Stella yarns have a beautiful sparkle to them that will stand out at any party. How do you like to celebrate?

The Madeline Tosh 10

The 10 new colors from Madelinetosh are in! Madelinetosh dyed 10 colors inspired by photos submitted by our customers and they are fabulous!

The most popular color will become a Knitty City exclusive and will be available in all of the Madelinetosh bases.

All 10 colors are now available for individual purchase. Only available in Tosh Merino Light. 

Not sure what to do with the new addition to your stash? Try Lucy's TML Scarf pattern!

June's Yarn of the month

A month of Lace!

All lace weight yarns (each and every brand) is on sale for the entire month of June.  Lace is ideal for shawls, home decor projects, baby gifts and so much more.  Come on in and see our lace weight linens, cottons, light weight wool and blends.  Here's a free pattern for the lovely Swallow Tail Shawl from Evelyn A. Clark.

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