Buzzzzz....that "buzzing" sound is coming from The Taming of the Ewe!! We have been busy as bees in our new location, and we love having so many wonderful folks coming in to see us! And, yes, the buzzing is in part due to our latest addition in stock--FRESH HONEY!! This is locally grown honey, from the area around Piedmont, Alabama. It has a beautiful color, and tastes wonderful. It is $8.00 a jar, and would make a nice treat in hot tea for those upcoming chilly fall mornings. Come in and check it out today!!
UPDATE--The store calendars with the class listings and some brief descriptions are NOW AVAILABLE!! There are some really great classes lined up for the fall, and our sweater classes start next month, in September. This will be 3 seperate Saturday classes, so please sign up soon!! Stop by soon, and pick up a copy of the calendar to take home with you. We have our store hours, location, email, and phone numbers listed on the front. So, feel free to contact us at any time!!
BOLO--We have lots of new yarn in the store!! We have socked up for our "Building Blocks" class, a New Mothers' class, and "Socktober!" We have plenty of pattern books and magazines for picking patterns that will make delightful projects for those special ones in your life, or for yourself!! We have more Blue Heron, Sari Silk, and Uptown yarns in. We also have new needles arriving almost daily. So, come in, pick out some new yarn and needles, and join us at the Ewe for "feeling great" therapy!!
COOL ITEM OF THE WEEK!!--We are excited about the new class being offered, and it is "Building Blocks." This is a 12 item project that can be either 12 different pillows, or you can join the 12 squares together to make a lovely afghan. The project requires 12 skeins of yarn, and it is best to purchase all twelve at one time. This way you know exactly what you have and will need to work with for this project. It promises to be a lot of fun and a beautiful piece of needlework that each square produces. Sign up today!!
Well, I hear some knitting calling my name, so I will answer the call.
Have a great evening, and hope to see you soon at the Ewe!!
P.S. Remember--Labor Day is Sept. 4. Be safe & enjoy the holiday weekend!!
I remain as always,
Becky K, Roving Yarn Wench