March Newsletter

Posted by Marianne Graves on

As I write, it is 56 degrees and sunny, the high today will be 74 degrees. I can’t get the smile off my face. I know that soon enough it will be summer and with it the heat, but today, and apparently all week, we are in for delightful weather. Come grab a fresh skein of spring-inspired yarn.  Make a memory to hold or to share.  

Our schedule is full here at Yarn Therapy. March means shipments rolling in and project planning. My year of sweaters is off to a good start. I actually finished the Stone Point Poncho and am buried in two sweaters, a cowl, some mitts, socks and a Christmas Stocking. Time flies! What's on your needles? Get your yarn on!
Looking to enhance your knitting or crochet skills?  Ready to take your sock knitting to a new level? Check out our springtime classes below. Sign up online or give us a call.



Classes fill quickly and are packed with a lot of information in a structured amount of time.  You don’t want to miss anything! Please be on time and ready to begin.

To ensure that you have a seat at the table, we ask that you pay for your classes in advance. Don’t miss out! You can sign up online!


Learn to Knit

Come learn to knit with us. All materials are included. The needles, yarn, project bag, and four hours of instruction for $55.
Saturdays, March 3rd and 10th 
10am to 12pm
Learn to Crochet

Come get hooked -- on crochet that is! All materials are included. The hook, yarn, project bag, and four hours of instruction for $55.
Saturdays, March 17th and 24th
10am to 12pm


Sweet Spring Hat with Judy

This crochet hat is sized for newborn to adult - so you can make one for that special someone just in time for the Easter Parade! 

When: Saturday, March 24th, 2-4 pm


  • Pattern provided
  • Great Adirondack Organic DK Cotton
  • US H crochet hook
  • Tapestry needle

Skills: Must be able to do basic crochet - a good next step for the beginner.



Catona Flower Shawl with Terri

Spring is in the air and what better way to greet her than this gorgeous shawl? We have boxes of 109 colors of Catona cotton in little 10-gram skeins. Use as many or as few as you like! And don't worry, we have a plan for your leftovers too! Stay tuned!

When: Tuesdays, March 20th and April 3rd, 6-8pm


  • Pattern provided.
  • Catona sport weight, mercerized cotton in as many or as few colors as you like. Each flower center uses less than 2 yards, the petals approximately 6 yards, and background approximately 6 yds per flower.
  • US E Crochet Hook and tapestry needles

Skills: Intermediate; must be comfortable with single and double crochet




Two Socks Toe-Up on Magic Loopwith Rosa

Make two socks at the same time. No more second sock syndrome! 

When: March 6th, 20th and April 3rd, 6-8pm

  • Size US1 or 1.5 40'' Needles
  • approx. 400 yards of sock yarn wound into two balls
  • tapestry needle

Skills: Previous experience with magic loop.