Lace to the Third Power
We're trying something a li’l different, and we know you'll want to join us for it! It’s a pattern only subscription, all about lace in rectangular shapes. Each installment will be based on one lace motif, interpreted into different accessory types—whether it’s flirty and feminine, bold and sassy, or trim and tailored will be up to you and your yarn choices. Whether you’re a lace newbie or a seasoned knitter, flex your skills with this fresh batch of “potato-chip” projects in bold yarn choices; these quick rectangles are the perfect canvas for trying new stitches, fiber types, colors, and techniques you’ve shied away from in the past. Our endearing Knitspot Ravelry group will be there to support and cheer you on!
Signups begin April 17th, 2018. A one year subscription, with installments every other month, starting in July. Anne Hanson's original designs, the patterns will be exclusively available to subscribers only for 6 months after the release. $10 coupon (on 3 full skeins of yarn) will only be included with paid subscriptions before July 10th.
The Best Part...
The value, you will receive six installments of patterns for only $39! But wait, there is more| Early signups (before July 10th) will get a $10 coupon to purchase project yarns. Anne will announce the yarns she will be using before the go date. These will be suggestions to guide you, but you can always substitute yarns of your own.
Use coupon in the Knitspot/Bare Naked Wools store for yarn purchases.
Located mere minutes from
the Football Hall of Fame.
Bare Naked Wools Boutique opened in September 2014 and is located in Canton, OH. Lookout for the Little Flower Sign, we are in the same building.
Our showroom features 12 premium yarn lines, all natural wool, no dyes.
211 15th ST NW
Canton, OH 44703
Lower Lower West
entrance on Carmen Court
between Logan & Harvard
Wed Open Kint Nite 6:30p–8:30p
Bare Naked Wools is a yarn label created to meet the needs of knitters. Our yarn create garments that are soft and luxurious. No chemicals, dyes, or harsh processing create durable fabrics that showcase the integrity of each fiber. Our yarns come from animals that are loved and doted on and mills that understand and appreciate their materials.