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Studio Window Scarves Pt. 2: Patty & Tracey Share Their Scarves

November 11th, 2009

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At the Lion Brand Yarn Studio, we’ve been making scarves for the Partnership for the Homeless, an organization here in NYC, as well as collecting scarf & hat donations from local yarncrafters. We’re having so much fun knitting and crocheting for charity in our window, we thought we’d share some of our patterns. Each one […]

Studio Window Scarves: Will & Michelle Share Their Scarves

November 4th, 2009

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At the Lion Brand Yarn Studio, we’ve been making scarves for the Partnership for the Homeless, an organization here in NYC, as well as collecting scarf & hat donations from local yarncrafters. We’re having so much fun knitting and crocheting for charity in our window, we thought we’d share some of our patterns.  Each one […]

Staff Projects: Spring Yarncrafting Inspiration from the Lion Brand Yarn Studio

April 6th, 2011

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Despite the fact that it snowed at the end of March, our thoughts are turning to spring as we head into April. At the Lion Brand Yarn Studio in NYC, that means cottons, lace, knitting and crochet, and trying new things!  Here’s a peek at what some of us have on our hooks and needles: […]

Fashion Show at the Studio with Designer Nicky Epstein

February 12th, 2009

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Last Thursday, the Lion Brand Yarn Studio had the pleasure of hosting Nicky Epstein, renowned designer and author of Knitting on Top of the World, Knitting on the Edge, Crocheting on the Edge, and many other books. The evening started with a few questions that our Studio Manager Patty had collected from attendees, which Nicky […]

Introducing A Year Of Ideas To Help You Shine Through!

January 3rd, 2014

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The Zodiac Window Display at Lion Brand Yarn Studio, our flagship studio in NYC. We are creators. In our everyday lives, we prepare our own version of recipes for our families, plant colorful or edible gardens to fit our outdoor spaces, and of course knit, crochet and craft with yarn. We start with some basic components—a washable […]

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