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7028 Southeast 52nd Avenue
Portland, OR, 97206
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Starlight Knitting Society is the newest Portland yarn shop by former Lint owner, Melissa Nelson.  We are a cozy neighborhood shop stocked with yarns you'll love, friendly staff and great space to hang out.  Come by and have some tea with us as you knit by the fire.


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Leap Year Half Year Anniversary Sale - Our First Knit-A-Long

Melissa Nelson

We are turning 6 (Months!)

We are thrilled to announce our Leap Year Half Year Anniversary Sale!  Join us February 27th & 28th during regular business hours for a special sale to celebrate our 6 month anniversary and leap year.  Who doesn't love an extra day in the year?!  We will have treats, discounts and special offers all weekend long.  Save up to 50% on select yarns and accessories.  The entire store will be discounted, so don't miss this special opportunity to save some cash. If you're a member, please join us on Friday afternoon from 3-6 for a special preview.

Our first KAL

This is the perfect time to pick out yarns for our Beyond the Pines Knit-A-Long.  This gorgeous shawl designed by Audrey Nicklin, uses our favorite Spincycle yarn Dyed in the Wool, and features a stunning cascading effect that really shows off the unique-ness of this special yarn. Check out the design here, and be sure to join our Ravelry group and show off your yarn choices. We'll be casting on during our open craft on March 2nd, or virtually all that week. 

Choose from our collection, or check the Spincycle website for more gorgeous colors! 

Sweet little skeins of Dyed in the Wool by Spincycle Yarns. Can you choose a favorite?

Sweet little skeins of Dyed in the Wool by Spincycle Yarns. Can you choose a favorite?

In case you weren't convinced of our love for this yarn, Hillary designed a luscious cowl using one skein along with a ball of Rowans felted tweed. It's called Posie's Cowl and it's now available on Ravelry, or stop by the shop for your free copy. 

Stay tuned for our next Knit-A-Long using an amazing pattern by local designer Lee Meredith!