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February 14th, 2002 newsletter

Valentine

Add a little pink & red to your loom

It’s that time of year to listen to my heart ❤️ and play with the bright reds that make it sing 😉 The studio is full of red yarns, in a wide range of brightness and depth. My eyes can’t stop picking up a beautiful red and wondering…what if?

Grant and I had a bit of fun playing with words –
this is the result 😉

Roses are red
Violets are blue
Here are some Valentines
That I chose for you…

Will ewe be mine?
I love you so moss!
You’re sew special!
Don’t make me wine – be my Valentine!
Lime yours!
Wool you be my Valentine?
Olive you!
We’re mint to be!
I’m hooked on you!
You’re my butter half!
You have a peach of my heart!

Happy Valentine’s Day everyone!


If you are wanting to surround yourself with warm reds on these cold winter days…we have kits that fit the bill! It’s a wonderful time of year to weave these kits…Simple Collapse Scarf – Autumn Equinox on 4 shafts or expand to 8 shaft to create Kiki’s Bambu Scarf in Turned Twill. Are the grey days making the kitchen feel that you need a spot of brightness? We have two kits that will warm things up! Tea Towel Time with Jane – English Garden Kit and Jane’s Favourite Tea Towel Kit. Both would be a bright canvas on your loom to play with and weave.

Simple Collapse Scarf – Autumn Equinox

Kiki’s Bambu Scarf Kit

Tea Towel Time with Jane Kit – English Garden

Jane’s Favourite Tea Towel Kit


Dr. Beckmann Colour & Dirt Collector

One sheet added to your wash water, whether you wash by machine or by hand, will grab any fugitive colour lurking around in your yarn. They are truly amazing! Always good to have a box on hand. Add one to your cart with your next yarn purchase! For instructions on how to use the Dr. Beckmann sheets click here!

Here to help

Have a weaving question? Find us on the Jane Stafford School of Weaving Forum and

on Weave with Jane Stafford at Ravelry.


1 thought on “February 14th, 2002 newsletter

  1. Hi, I am a 4 year member from Manitoba, Canada and yesterday I had the unexpected pleasure of visiting Jane’s studio in person and meeting Meghan at the admin desk and then Jane herself. Such a kind and personable lady and so excited to see upcoming lesson samples up close!

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