2016 Passport Released

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The 2016 Rose City Yarn Crawl is just around the corner. Have you got your game plan lined up?

Step 1 – Print your 2016 RCYC Passport. With four fabulous grand prize baskets bursting with fiber lovers’ favorite things, you’ll want to be sure you’re ready to hit the ground running. It’s so simple. Bring your passport to each of the 14 participating RCYC shops during the 4-day Crawl, get it stamped, and turn it in at the final shop on your adventure.

Step 2 – Rub your lucky rabbits foot, wear your charmed hand-knit socks, . . . whatever your superstitious ritual may be to bring you luck! We’ll announce the four fortuitous grand prize basket winners from completed passports received on Tuesday March 8th. Not going to be able to visit all 14 shops? Not to worry, there will also be a first prize winner, a second prize winners, and a third prize winner picked at EACH shop – so be sure to sign in at each shop you visit for three chances to win!


Oregon Grows Great Things

2016 RCYC eBook CoverGet ready for a new crawl with all new patterns! Sneak peeks of this year’s designs will go up on Ravelry on February 15. Sales will start March 3.

Our 2016 Rose City Yarn Crawl Theme is “Oregon Grows Great Things”. Why? Because here in Oregon, we love the rain! That’s what keeps us green and allows us to be one of the premiere growing regions in the USA. And we hope that our annual Yarn Crawl is growing on you!

We are excited about all our new Knit and Crochet patterns – and we think you will be too. The official unveiling of this year’s RCYC patterns occurs on February 15.


2016 Mystery Alongs

RCYC Mystery AlongsThe 2016 Mystery Alongs begin 1/27! The patterns and first clues are now available for sale on Ravelry.

January 27th: Clue 1 released.
February 3rd: Clue 2 released.
February 10th: Clue 3 released.
February 17th: Clue 4 released.
March 3rd – 6th: Rose City Yarn Crawl.

Join us on our third Mystery Along as we knit a versatile cowl designed by Larissa Brown & Michelle Kroll and crochet a gorgeous shawl by Kat Strieby.

Check our events list for cast on parties and help sessions in your neighborhood.

 


 

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