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A group show entitled "Warmth" will be featured at Local Color Gallery for the month of February. This gallery is located right next door to our shop!

All 13 year-round artists will be included with mediums including linocuts, representational landscapes of the Maine coast, and abstract encaustic work. The artists include James Toothaker, Marli Thibodeau, Betty Schopmeyer, Suzanne G. Roberts, Leecia Price, Leslie Moore, MF Morison, Debbie Mitchell, Conny Hatch, Judy Graebert, Liz Donald, Sandi Cirillo, and Sally Brophy. Local Color Gallery is located at 135 High St. in Belfast, open in February Wed.-Sun., noon-4 pm. For details, visit localcolorgallerymaine.com.

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  • heavenly yarns

We have spent the first week of January catching our breath, and both restocking and reshelving yarn (a fancy term for straightening shelves). We started making decisions as to what yarns and products to continue into the new year, since sales reps will start making their way into the shop and we will need shelf space for new yarns. We usually are aware of the areas we want to strengthen, but as always, we welcome your input. Also, if you have a yarn or product you loved working with, or one you didn't, please let us know! Again, we wish you peace and health in the new year and we thank you for your continued support.

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Fishbones by Mary Jane Mucklestone is such a fun knit. So fun, as a matter of fact, that one hat wasn't enough! This pattern's simple stranding is a great way to dip your toe into colorwork. The color changes are predictable and methodic, which puts it directly into the "pleasant knit" category. Our store samples are knit with Ultra Alpaca Light, a much-loved favorite from Berroco. It never disappoints. If you'd like to try other similar yarns, Quaker Hill from Plymouth or Alpaca Heather from Manos would be fabulous substitutes. Since these yarns are all DK weight, check your stash for something to use for a contrast pompom and have fun!

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