It’s nearly time for Rhinebeck and we couldn’t wait any longer to give you all a little sneak peek at the cover our Winter 2016: Issue 19. Our theme is ‘reflections’ which has been interpreted by our designers into eleven modern and beautifully geometric knits, we are so excited to show it to you, and we hope you love it as much as we do! We’ll be posting the rest of the previews next week, so not too much longer to wait.
Attendees to Rhinebeck Saturday and Sunday will be able to see (and buy) Winter 2016 plus all the samples in our exclusive preview with Merritt Bookstore. Don’t forget you’ll also have to opportunity to meet and get your copy signed by your favourite Pom Pom designers at our stand.
Here’s a reminder again of the who and when –
Saturday 15th October
9.00 – 11.00 Bristol Ivy
11.00 – 1.00 Kiyomi Burgin and Sachiko Burgin
1.00 – 2.00 Courtney Cedarholm and Sarah Delaney
2.00 – 4.00 Thea Colman
4.00 – 5.00 Linda Dubec and Tatyana Scotce
The folks at Rhinebeck have made it super easy for you to plan your visit and make sure you don’t miss out on anything by listing all the events and talks on a schedule app. Set up an account and you’ll be able to make your own timetable for the weekend. If these talented folk and a new magazine weren’t enough to tempt you to come and say hello, we’ll also be hosting giveaways! Five dyers have generously donated some wonderful prizes so throughout the weekend you’ll have five chances to enter our raffle and win.
Then if you pop by between 11am-2pm, you could win a Black Trillium Fibers Pebble Sock Gradient Kit (for Kiyomi’s hat as seen in our Rhinebeck Poster!)
Then our last giveaway for Saturday between 2pm-5pm is a sweaters worth of O-Wool Chunky Merino. This yarn is used for a still top secret jumper design from Issue 19 by Justyna Lorkowska.
We start Sundays prizes with some Shibui Knits Silk Cloud to make Julia’s mohair wrap as seen on the front cover. This give away is between 10am – 1pm so you’ll be able to meet Julia too!From 1pm – 3pm some Isager Highland Wool could be yours. Again, this yarn is used for another upcoming Issue 19 design, this time by Clare Lakewood.