There’s Still Time!

Twas the Night Before Knitmas,
And all through the house,
The needles were silent
I was stumped on the couch.

Collecting my thoughts,
Short moments to pray,
No ugly sweaters this season,
No how and no way.

A small light appeared,
From a phone click away,
My media app dinged,
With a new color way.

I clicked on my email,
And saw with great joy,
New fibers and patterns
They were my kind of toys!

Some duos and triples,
In fingering, some lace.
Those ideas had merit,
And I knew just the place.

It has both plump sheep and shop dog,
Asleep on her bed,
While visions of sweet meats,
Dance in her head.

While I in my neck shawl,
Hugged my new ideas tight,
Selected my gifting and
Said, “Peaceful stitching, tonight!”

No need to “dash away, dash away, dash away all” to give the lovely gift of choice for Christmas. Give the makers in your life a gift card, The Fibre Studio Gift Card to be precise, and let THEM choose. Visions of sugar plums are only one click away!
Want to know what we’re deweing? Pop in to see our studio wörks on Ravelry, Facebook (we post changes to our business hours here), and Instagram as well as on our website at (we post changes to our business hours here).

Happy stitching and giving, y’all!
The Ewe Crew

The Fiber Studio Now Has Gift Cards

Hi Everyone,
Having a hard time choosing that perfect Mother’s Day gift? Let mom, sister, wife, granny, or any other moms in your life select their OWN gift by offering them The Fibre Studio Gift Card. Available in seven denominations via our online shop here.

In addition to our online shop, The Fibre Studio will redeem these gift cards at our Griffith Road retail space or at our pop-up shop/festival shows (upcoming events shown here) for all you yarnies who like to feel up your fiber before you take it on a date.

Our online sale (20% off using discount code LUVMOM17) will continue through end of day Monday, May 15. Stitching together a sale with a gift card is the perfect way to cast on a great gift!

Much love to all the moms out there and peaceful stitching, y’all!