Summertime Projects + Classes + Warm Weather Yarns

Summertime Projects + Classes + Warm Weather Yarns

It's been a while since I last wrote you,
so let's dive in on all the news and new stuff!  

 Needle Felt a Rabbit - 3 hour class

Saturday, July 22nd, 3-6pm EST

Fiber Arts instructor Laura Berlage will join us via Zoom at Rabbit Row to expertly walk you through step by step to felt your own adorable rabbit.  

Great for beginning and intermediate level felters, and no previous experience is required. Enjoy the process and make your own cute wool friend! You will have enough wool to make a second rabbit later, offering great practice in your newfound felting skills.

Click to pre-register.


Slow Fashion:

Visible Mending with Sashiko Workshop

July 15, 2023 - 2-4:30 pm

Slow down this summer with slow stitching.
Try #visiblemending and bring new life to beloved wardrobe pieces. 
Join me for a mindful stitching workshop. You’ll learn how to properly hand mend fabric pieces (think denim or shirts) with Sashiko - the ancient Japanese hand-sewing technique. Bring a worn/damaged piece to repair or use my custom designed fabric swatches - I'll supply the rest.  You’ll also take home tools that will last for MANY additional projects. 

The Tour de Fleece is coming July 1- 23!

Are You Ready?

    If you are still wanting to add to your spinning fiber stash for the upcoming Tour de Fleece, Rabbit Row is your source for NY-raised fiber.  Whether you are looking for natural or dyed roving/batts, 
    Here's a sampling of breeds we currently stock from NY and nearby-PA: Cormo, Shetland, Merino, Corriedale, Border Leicester, Icelandic, Mixed Breed, Lincoln Longwool, Alpaca and more...
    Shop Tour de Fleece
    We are stocked on cool summer yarns from Blue Sky Fibers and Quince & Co in both organic cottons and linen. Let us help you find patterns for a warm weather top or accessory that work up quickly!
    Shop Summer here.

    2023 Colorway Collection: Echo Location

    Are you ready for an adventure?
    Rabbit Row is one of two stockists for NY-Dyer Dark Sea Yarn who you can usually find at local fiber festivals, and she has developed a beautiful color palette with her new Echo Location collection.  A collaboration with Central NY artist Bob Murdock, each of the five colorways draw inspiration from one of his spectacular photographs. Skeins come with information for you to purchase the corresponding print direct from the artist.  We are stocking both her fingering bases: Kayak (eco-processed Merino + Recycled Nylon) and Cutter (Merino + Black Neps). 

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