Events


Sale of the Week … Memorial Day through Labor Day

Every week from Memorial Day to Labor Day we put one item or group of items on sale for 20% off.

lang-linoMon 7/28 – Sun 8/4, get 20% off Lang Lino


Soft, washed linen knitted into a fine ribbon yarn – wearable through the summer and all year long! Unlike many linen yarns, Lino is soft and light weight, due to its tape construction. Easy to knit, and looks great with a little lace work. Worsted weight.

Regularly $13.00… This week $10.40!


Free pattern with Sale of the Week yarn purchase

This week only, get a free Summer Linen Shawl pattern when you buy 2 or more balls of Sale of the Week yarn. This is a brand new pattern designed by Kat and released just for this Sale of the Week!

A linen shawl really is that ideal “little something” for summer evenings when there’s a light breeze or just that hit of coolness in the air. After all, is there anything more perfect for summer than linen? Classic, crisp, and oh so comfortable in the heat.

Limit one per person. In store or online, mention this offer at checkout.



Fine print and SOW etiquette – Sale discount limited to stock on hand – no special orders for sale pricing. Sorry, no holds on SOW items. This discount may not be combined with other discounts or coupons unless explicitly noted. Web prices are updated around 9am PT every Monday (when the bricks and mortar shop opens). Sale prices end at around 8pm each Sunday (when the bricks and mortar shop closes). Please note that there is a slight delay between in-store sales and that information updating web store stock levels. Especially for popular items with limited supply like Sale of the Week products, that means there is a possibility that something you’ve added to your cart on the web store will in that instant already have been sold to someone in the shop, or to another web store customer. In that case, we will call you as soon as we can and refund your payment or work out an acceptable substitution. It’s not perfect, but we do our best… We’re a small business! Thanks for understanding!


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Annetarsia Knits Book Debut and Trunk Show … Friday, August 1, 5-8pm


Snack, sip, and meet Anne Burke, author of the book Annetarsia Knits, as well as the photographers and many other who contributed. Annetarsia Knits will teach you a brand-new way to knit intarsia. This isn’t your grandmother’s intarsia. Instead, it’s easy, fast, and fun!

Annetarsia Knits is a reference book for the Intarsia technique, presented in a fresh, informative and comprehensive format. Knitters have traditionally shied away from intarsia due to the annoyance of dealing with multiple yarn supplies on the needle, and weaving all of the ends. “Annetarsia” gives knitters easy options to manage those issues, so that they can get to the fun stuff; painting pictures on their knitting without stranding. Intarsia creates a flexible, lightweight fabric, wonderful for garments.

Seneca Maples Shawl
Seneca Maples Shawl
Columbia Top
Columbia Top
Rose City Hat
Rose City Hat
Coastal Pillows
Coastal Pillows
Paper Dolls Shawl
Paper Dolls Shawl
Multnomah Coat
Multnomah Coat
Blue Moon Shawl
Blue Moon Shawl
Dizzy Scarf
Dizzy Scarf
Timberline Cap and Mitts
Timberline Cap and Mitts
Columbia Skirt
Columbia Skirt
Sunriver Scarf
Sunriver Scarf
Astoria Socks
Astoria Socks
Tawanka Shawl
Tawanka Shawl
In the Loo Workshop
In the Loo Workshop
Sandy Hook Shawl
Sandy Hook Shawl
In the Kitchen Workshop
In the Kitchen Workshop
Coastal Pillows
Coastal Pillows
Kelly Sweaters
Kelly Sweaters
Oaks Park Socks
Oaks Park Socks



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Free Lecture Series … Fridays, July 11 – August 8, 6:30-7:00 pm

Join us for FREE informal talks on Friday evenings starting July 11. Long-time Twistedista Mer will share info and help fiber artists learn more about their crafts.

Topics and schedule:

July 11: Herd’s the Word – an introduction to fibers and sheep breeds
July 18: Secrets of the Twistedista – helpful tricks of the trade
July 25: The Most Annoying Things About Knitting – and why it’s ok
August 8: Where Do Patterns Come From? – the design process


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Full Class and Events Schedule




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