Brianne Webber is our local designer/knitter of the Granite hat and visor production company.
She hand knits and crochets these wonderful hats/visors herself, and we are happy to offer them for sale at The Net Loft. All proceeds go to Brianne when you purchase them from us, and they are the same price as if you ordered them direct. We are excited to be an outlet for her products, especially for those who might not know about them otherwise. If you see a hat or visor in the lineup that you like, and you are not in Cordova, you can call the shop directly at 907 424-7337 and order with a credit card and we will ship direct to you. This is the current batch that should arrive in a few days, as Brianne is headed off for the holidays. Get your Granite!
Seeing friends and familiar faces, transforming fall into Christmas, watching the knitters around the table...
I have returned from my November shop visit, and I am remembering one night late peering out at the snow flurries and the glow of the evening lights through the sparking lights of the newly decorated shop.
I am thinking of you now.
I hope you all have a blessed time as you prepare for the holidays. Have those special times of making and creating and being with friends and family. Cut, and glue, and knit, and sew, bake, light candles, hug those close by and enjoy the moments of writing those who are far away. Those hand-made moments are the treasures and the part of you that you share with others that mean more than you can imagine. They mean more than you can imagine. I hope you had a blessed Thanksgiving. I used my new tablerunner that I bought at the Northwind Quilters Tea auction. It looked so lovely, and a reminder of a special place, a very special place, and and a very special moment in time.
This fall, The Net Loft has featured "Wednesdays with Amy", a drop in fiberarts session for those interested in help with knitting, crochet, as well as beginner helps in how to use a drop spindle.
Amy O'Neill-Houck leads the session from noon to 2pm every Wednesday. Yesterday was a special day for Amy, as it was the release date of her latest book, Knits for Bears to Wear, published by Random House Books.
We will be having an official booksigning party for her the evening of our Holiday Open House, November 19 7-9 pm, but if you get a chance today, drop by and wish her congratulations.
This is an announcement of the launching of the Net Loft's online weblog, a resource for coverage of past, present and future Net Loft events, as well as updates on exciting new merchandise.
I have a lot of ideas for this site, one of which would be to have an opportunity for everyone to share a view of their finished projects. I will explain more of that later, but, for now, I just wanted to get started and say HELLO!!!! everyone, and welcome to The Net Loft.
For those of you who may be wondering what The Net Loft is all about, it is a little shop in the commercial fishing village of Cordova, whose roots began in an actual commercial fishing net loft where nets are constructed for the salmon fishing industry there. The shop resided in a net loft for 18 years until it was moved to a main street location, keeping the name along with many wonderful memories of the days in the upstairs of our commercial fishing warehouse.
If I had a few words, I would describe The Net Loft as a place for needlework, yarn, papercrafts, ribbons, buttons, housewares, beautiful sweaters, jewelry, chocolates, and...friends.