Make Your Own Canada 150 Shawl by Sweet Yarns
Sweet Yarns shawl

Canada 150 Shawl with handcrafted wooden shawl stick.

This shawl was designed by Lauren Raymond, owner of Sweet Yarns,  in honour of Canada’s 150th birthday. It features three maple leaves, one for each fifty years, and four celebratory fireworks. It is a limited-edition pattern and is available for this Summer 2017 only.

The kits feature Orange Octopus’ hand dyed Canada 150 fingering weight yarn that was dyed specifically for the kits. Paula Hilts, owner of  the Orange Octopus, runs her company out of her home in Cobalt.

Some kits also include handmade wooden shawl sticks with maple leaf decoration. Each stick is handcrafted by Gary Fleischauer of Nature’s Wonders at his home in Hanover.

Sweet Yarns offers a large selection of high quality yarns in all weights and colours. Knitting and crochet needles in both metal and bamboo and a myriad of specialty buttons to choose from and weaving and spinning supplies are also on hand. Lauren carries a full range of patterns for all types of projects and also provides the instructions for a variety of items.

Sweet Yarns is open Tuesday and Wednesday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Thursday from 1 p.m. to 8 p.m., and Friday and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.. Sweet Yarns is located at 947 Lorne Street and there’s plenty of free parking. Visit Sweet Yarn’s website where you can now order online and their Facebook page or find them on Pinterest and Instagram and you can always call 705-586-4648 for more information.

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