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Knitter's Pride Interchangeable Fabric Multi Utility Needle Case Review

Knitter's Pride Fabric Multi Utility Needle Cases are an exquisite collection of fabric cases made for storing your interchangeable needle sets in style. These well designed cases accommodate a variety of needle sizes and types, as well as cables and small tools.

Knitter's Pride Crochet Hooks Review

In this video, Cara discusses the features of each line of Knitter's Pride crochet hooks. Knitter's Pride offers a wide range of hooks perfect for any crochet project.

How to Do a Long Tail Cast On

Do you ever wonder what the best cast on is for your knitting? We love the Long Tail Cast On as our go-to cast on. In this video, learn how to do a Long Tail Cast On with WEBS education manager Tina McElmoyl. If the long tail cast on is not quite the cast on you're looking for, check out our cast on videos.

How to Add a New Color to Your Knitting

 Working with more than one color in a knitting project is fun! Learn how to add a new color to your project with this easy technique. After that, the possibilities are endless!

How to Knit a Central Double Increase

Learn one way of doing a central double increase with WEBS Yarn Store designer Kirsten Hipsky. This technique is used in Valley Yarns Pattern Hearts of Oak series of patterns: Christmas StockingScarfCardigan, and Hat.

Knitter's Pride Dreamz Knitting Needles Review

Knitter's Pride Dreamz Knitting Needles are made from densified laminated birch wood. This material is less costly and much harder than either ebony or rosewood. Unlike in other wooden needles, water absorption in Symfonie wood needles is negligible and, as a result, there is no chance of warping. The same property makes these needles very strong, enables the points to be sharp and provides a lifetime of pleasurable use, if handled correctly. Please remember that all wooden needles in the lower ranges (2.0mm-3.5mm) should be treated with appropriate care. 

How to Kitchener Stitch

Learn how to Kitchener Stitch with WEBS education manager Tina McElmoyl. Kitchener stitching is a great way to invisibly graft two pieces of knitting together such as closing up the top of a top-down knitted socks pattern.

How to Crochet Tunisian Entrelac

Learn how to crochet Tunisian Entrelac for Valley Yarns 404 Playing Blocks Baby Blanket. In this video, WEBS teacher Sara Delaney guides you through the steps to create the Playing Blocks blanket.

Yarn Bombing

Follow WEBS on location to a "yarn bombing" at the West Springfield Public Library in West Springfield, Massachusetts.

WEBS America's Yarn Store - This Is Retail

Get a closer look at WEBS - America's Yarn Store and the customers who shop here. This video was featured in the National Retail Federation's This is Retail video contest.

Summer Fiber Camp for Kids at WEBS

Take a sneak peek at Summer Fiber Camp for Kids with Leslie Ann Bestor at WEBS. Fiber Camp is a one week day camp for kids who are passionate and curious about fiber arts. Spinning, dyeing, felting, weaving and knitting are just some of the crafts they explore right here at WEBS.

Valley Pattern 414 Valley Cowl Tutorial Part 2

Crochet along with WEBS designer Kirsten Hipsky for the Valley Yarns 414 Valley Cowl designed by Doris Chan. This luscious, lacy cowl is crocheted infinity or moebius style, beginning with a center strip and worked seamlessly in continuous figure 8's. Worn as a shoulder wrap or double-twisted around the head as a hood, the Valley Cowl is a lovely, practical and quick-to-crochet gift.

In part 2 of the this video series, Kirsten shows you how to join the foundation double crochet into the round as a moebius, inserting one twist in it. Click here to view Part 1, where Kirsten shows you how to do the foundation double crochet for this cowl.

Valley Pattern 414 Valley Cowl Tutorial Part 1

 

Crochet along with WEBS designer Kirsten Hipsky for the Valley Yarns 414 Valley Cowl designed by Doris Chan. This luscious, lacy cowl is crocheted infinity or moebius style, beginning with a center strip and worked seamlessly in continuous figure 8's. Worn as a shoulder wrap or double-twisted around the head as a hood, the Valley Cowl is a lovely, practical and quick-to-crochet gift.

Part 1 of this video tutorial, Kirsten shows you how to do the foundation double crochet for this cowl. In part 2 of the this video series, Kirsten shows you how to join the foundation double crochet into the round as a moebius, inserting one twist in it.

Mother and Daughter Take the WEBS Expert Knitter Program Together

What is an Expert Knitter? An Expert Knitter needs only yarn, needles and measurements to construct hats, mittens, socks, and sweaters of various types. An Expert Knitter has acquired the knowledge to master additional techniques independently.

In addition to our regular class offerings, WEBS has developed a program leading to certification as a WEBS Expert Knitter. Our goal is to provide our students with the skills an Expert Knitter must possess by means of a varied, interesting, and comprehensive curriculum. We have designated a total of fifteen classes/workshops as Core Requirements. There will also be three required electives, one in knitting and one in each of two other disciplines such as crochet, weaving, spinning, etc.

A Capstone Project will be the culmination of the program for students. This project will require students to utilize the skills they have learned to design, knit and finish an original sweater in pieces from measurements. For this final project, students will be assigned a mentor for support, consultation and advice. The final project will be reviewed by a committee and, if accepted, the WEBS' Expert Knitters Certificate will be awarded. 

Shooting the 2012 Spring Valley Yarns Catalog

Get a behind the scenes look at our Valley Yarns photo shoot for our 2012 Spring Catalog.

Shooting the 2012 Valley Yarns Catalog

Go behind the scenes of the photo shoot for our 2012 Valley Yarns Catalog with designer Kirsten Hipsky.

Latest Trends: Ruffle Yarns

WEBS staff member Cara Sharpes talks about using Ruffle Yarns to make dramatic scarves and other quick projects.

How We Knit

Take a look at the different knitting styles of WEBS staff members!

Sh*t Knitters Say

WEBS take on the "sh*t people say" videos for knitters.

For those who want to know what Emma is wearing, knitting on or photographing in the video, check out our blog post to find links to all of garments and yarn used.

WEBS Moves into a New Wharehouse

We're super excited to be spreading out into our new warehouse in Easthampton, Massachusetts. Go behind the scenes with Steve Elkins for a glimpse at the new space.

Holiday Buzz at WEBS

See what WEBS staff members are buzzing about for this holiday season! For more gift ideas, browse our Holiday Gift Guide.

Some of the products in this video are listed below.

 

Gleener Review and Demo

The Gleener Ultimate Fuzz Remover is so effective, one demonstration is all it takes to realize that you need this tool! With three removable blades, an ergonomic handle, and an amazing lint brush, the Gleener can tackle lint and pills on a variety of fabrics, fibers, and textures, from the finest cashmere to the thickest wool. The three blades are coarse, medium and fine. You will be amazed at how well the Gleener cleans up your handknits as well as your other fabrics.

Lantern Moon Square Canvas Clip Bag Review

The Lantern Moon Square Canvas Clip Bag is a sturdy way to carry your latest project. Two external pockets plus one zippered internal pocket.

Namaste Monroe Bag Review

Organize in style with the Namaste Monroe bag, featuring a unique 3-compartment storage design fully equipped with extra pockets and strong magnetized closures. This bag features a rear document pocket that's excellent for toting your magazine or other important documents unharmed. Optional strap buddy to keep straps together so slippage off the shoulder isn't an issue. You're gonna love this bag!

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