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Burlington, MA  01803


DWDW Pop-up, Sale, Sweater Club and more

Dirty Water DyeWorks
Saturday, 26th Sept
11 am to 3 pm

Our LYS Week Sale will
continue until
Saturday, 26th Sept.
15 Cambridge Street   
     Burlington, MA  01803        

Dirty Water DyeWorks Pop-Up and Trunk Show

You won't want to miss Saturday's event with Dirty Water Dyeworks.  Stephanie will be here will all her yarns, bundles, samples, and more from 11 am to 3 pm.
Because we want everyone to come and be comfortable, we will be hosting this event both indoors and outdoors.  Join us in our Parking Spaces in front of the shop or venture inside.  Wherever you wish to shop, we ask that you be respectful of social distancing, wear a mask and be safe.
We will be offering a 15% discount on all DWDW purchases during the event.

Shop Hours Update 
While we are going to stay closed on Mondays,
we are opening up on Sundays again! 

Our hours will be
Tuesday - 10 am to 7 pm
Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday - 10 am to 5 pm
Sunday 1 to 5 pm
Monday - Closed

We have set aside two parking spaces for our customers next to the entrance to the shop.
The are marked Curbside Pickup / Customer Parking.
Any of our customers can park there, not just Curbside! 

Classes and Help Sessions

Our Classes continue via Zoom.  Classes are $12 each, but we ask you to sign up for a Class Card either on-line or by calling the shop.   We will charge your account for a class only when you attend.  You do not need to sign up in advance.  The Classes are held on:

Tuesday Morning - 10 am to Noon
Meeting ID 188069387 / PW 745807

Tuesday Night - 7 to 9 pm
Meeting ID 882714910 / PW 561149

Friday Morning - 10 am to Noon
Meeting ID 273124034 / PW 301639

We are also offering in-person one-on-one Help Sessions at the Shop.  Please call to make an appointment with one of us.  The cost for these sessions is $15 for 30 minutes. 

We know how much everyone wants to be back in the shop for our Group Classes, but we are trying our best to be responsible and protective of our clients.  At this point, we do not know when we will be offering these Classes, but we are constantly reviewing the situation.  

More Class information in our next email. 

Sweater Club

A new year of Sweater Club has begun, but it is not too late to join. 
We announced three new projects for this year.  They are:
                                                                          Brannagh - I have always loved this sweater particularly for the structure of the raglan. It combines lace and cables, but also gives you some good basic knitting to get started. This is an oversized sweater so don’t be surprised when we pick a smaller size for you. The ease in the pattern is about 6 inches and because of its structure, it has a longer than normal armhole – not dolman, just longer.

                                                                           Pinaceae - When this sweater appeared in Laine Magazine No. 9, it was a favorite of everyone, so it is time to add it to our Sweater Club repertoire.

This sweater is a classic a-line shape with a drop shoulder, long tail in the back and side splits. It is worked bottom up and seamed. The cables are provided in both Chart form and written, but we will work with you to master the charts which make it easier to see where you are going and find any mistakes. The neck is done with a new technique for the Club – using a three needle bind off to get a seamless folded neck band. If you don’t want to do the shaping at the waist, that is fine and the sweater will still be gorgeous. Once we review the sweater together, you can decide any adjustments necessary.

V-Neck Vest - When looking for sweaters for this Season, I thought it might be fun to do a vest – especially when you have this much detailed knitting to do. It has been a bit since we focused on cables and this certainly answers that need.

The fabric you will create is all cable work from 4 different charts. The good news is only one of them is not the same multiple so you only have to watch where you are on the odd chart. All will be explained. You will also have the chance to work a true V-neck with a decreasing V ribbing. This is definitely a challenge, but well worth the effort.

All of Sweater Club meetings are Virtual and are held every two weeks, with the sessions segmented into two parts - a review of the projects underway and a class.

The Class Segment will focus on the fundamentals of the Sweater Process and the specifics of the Sweaters we on which we are working.  For example, Gauge and Casting-on.  Unlike previous years, you may not be able to come into the shop for me to measure your gauge and so we are going to spend some time on that.  Also, there are so many ways to cast-on, we will review the ones that will work best with your project and why. 
As we progress, we will do a Class segment on reading a Chart, working Cables, making lace, etc.  Because we are distant, I want to make sure everyone is learning and honing their skills as they make their sweaters. 

Once you have joined you will be given access to the meetings and recordings. 

For more information on joining the Sweater Club, email us or call the Shop.  

Annual Retreat

This Saturday, 26th September, we will be opening our Retreat registration to all our customers.  This year's Retreat will be Virtual, but still lots of fun we promise. 
More information will be coming on Saturday, so watch for this email because
spaces fill up quickly. 

This is a lot of information, but it has been a while since our last newsletter.  All of the team hope you and yours are doing well, staying healthy and safe.

As always, any questions, please let us know.  We look forward to seeing you either via Zoom or in-person and hope your are doing lots of knitting, crocheting, weaving, spinning or whatever makes you happy (and preferably uses yarn!).