May 15th - June 30th
Join us as we cast on and knit the Apart Together Socks! We will be hosting a knit-along for these stunning cabled socks, beginning May 15th. Dear friend and amazing designer, Dawn Henderson, designed the Apart Together pattern as a gift to our beloved knitting community. Let's knit together while we all do our parts to keep each other safe, by—together, staying apart.
You will need two skiens of Brooklyn Tweed Peerie or 400 yards of fingering weight yarn.
We are excited to cultivate community around this KAL, as we host weekly virtual gatherings! Each Friday evening throughout the KAL we will get together on ZOOM to share skills and knit. Check out our event page to snag a spot and join us for live knitting time from 6pm - 7:30pm MST. Each week Rae, one of our stellar knitting tigers, will host and help with any questions, as well as demo techniques.
There will be prizes!!
Please share your projects on Instagram, using the hashtag #ApartTogetherKAL. We want to see those beautiful projects throughout the KAL, and be sure to show off your finished socks for us all to ogle! Post photos by the end of the day June 30th for a chance to win a prize.
- Best in-progress photo - Project Kit kindly provided by Brooklyn Tweed
- Special techniques - Project Kit kindly provided by Brooklyn Tweed
- Best finished photo - $50 Gift Card to Fancy Tiger Crafts
Comments on this post (3)
Hello! We miss everyone as well! Thank you for your kind words! At this time we do not have a reopen date set. All of our fabric is online, although we can relate to wanting to see it in person. Take care!
Fancy Tiger Crafts
— Fancy Tiger Crafts
Hi fancy Tiger crafts, I miss you so much! Your fabric selection is beyond belief and I need some! :-) Love coming in there and getting my fabric fixed. Do you know when you will reopen? Hope everyone is doing well…
— Penny McBain
I have started knitting the heel flap, the picture suggests it is in rib but the pattern says stocking stitch, I’m tempted to do rib but….that’s not following the pattern.
— Aileen Ferguson