Cover photo of Newfoundland Knits for Little Ones by Katie Noseworthy.
A photo of a baby wearing a knitted onesie. The garment pattern is called Bundle and is from the book, Newfoundland Knits for Little Ones by Katie Noseworthy.
Newfoundland Knits for Little Ones KAL
Newfoundland Knits for Little Ones KAL
A photo of an adorable baby wearing a cable knit sweater. The sweater is called Dory and is from the book, Newfoundland Knits for Little Ones by Katie Noseworthy.
Newfoundland Knits for Little Ones KAL
A photo of the corner of a cozy blanket. The blanket pattern is called Islander and is from the book, Newfoundland Knits for Little Ones by Katie Noseworthy.
Newfoundland Knits for Little Ones KAL
A photo of a child wearing an adorable hat with a pointed top. The hat is called Pixie and is from the book, Newfoundland Knits for Little Ones by Katie Noseworthy.
A photo of a woman and a child wearing matching hats. The hat pattern is called Polaris and is from the book, Newfoundland Knits for Little Ones by Katie Noseworthy.
Newfoundland Knits for Little Ones KAL
A photo of a child's hand wearing amitten. The mitten pattern is called Tidepool and is from the book, Newfoundland Knits for Little Ones by Katie Noseworthy.
Newfoundland Knits for Little Ones KAL
A photo of a baby wearing a knitted onesie. The garment pattern is called Bundle and is from the book, Newfoundland Knits for Little Ones by Katie Noseworthy.
Newfoundland Knits for Little Ones KAL
Newfoundland Knits for Little Ones KAL
Newfoundland Knits for Little Ones KAL
Newfoundland Knits for Little Ones KAL
A photo of the corner of a cozy blanket. The blanket pattern is called Islander and is from the book, Newfoundland Knits for Little Ones by Katie Noseworthy.
Newfoundland Knits for Little Ones KAL
Newfoundland Knits for Little Ones KAL
A photo of a woman and a child wearing matching hats. The hat pattern is called Polaris and is from the book, Newfoundland Knits for Little Ones by Katie Noseworthy.
Newfoundland Knits for Little Ones KAL
A photo of a child's hand wearing amitten. The mitten pattern is called Tidepool and is from the book, Newfoundland Knits for Little Ones by Katie Noseworthy.
Newfoundland Knits for Little Ones KAL
Newfoundland Knits for Little Ones KAL
Newfoundland Knits for Little Ones KAL
Newfoundland Knits for Little Ones KAL

Newfoundland Knits for Little Ones KAL

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"Who knit ya?"

Barb and Cynthia are inviting you to join in on a perfect fall Knit-A-Long (KAL), to "titivate" (to adorn exceedingly fine) the small people in your life. Don't have a small person? No worries... we're donating some of our KAL knits to Basically Babies and Craft for YEG and we encourage you to find a local charity to give to as well. 

This KAL is based around the designs in Newfoundland Knits for Little Ones by Katie Noseworthy. We met and interviewed Katie and previewed the designs from her book. Katie's designs are made with growing kids in mind and there is something for everyone in her book. You can see our video visit here: https://youtu.be/bv3fR4q7DiU. We agreed that it would be fun to host a KAL and see which design(s) you choose. It's easy to participate!

Step 1: purchase Katie's book. You can buy Newfoundland Knits for Little Ones directly from her publisher, Boulder Books. Boulder Books has provided a coupon code to give you 10% off (the code is: Yarniversity) AND they have a flat shipping rate ($8 in Canada, $14 in USA). Want to make the shipping even cheaper? Order a copy for a friend!

Step 2: register for the Knit-A-Long here (free).

Barb and Cynthia will be hosting two 60-minute zoom sessions with Katie Noseworthy on September 9 and September 30, starting at 10:00 am PDT, 11:00 am MDT, 12:00 pm CDT, 1:00 pm EDT, 2:00 pm ADT and 2:30 pm in NL. We will record the sessions in case you are unable to come out to the live event.

How ya gettin’ on? Send an email to info@yarniversity.ca if you'd like some yarn advice/recommendations.

"Who knit ya?" (Where are you from / Who are your parents?)

Newfoundland and Labrador "sayings" courtesy of Explore Newfoundland and Labrador and The Ultimate Guide to Newfoundland.


Read these helpful tips before you register:

  • As this is an online gathering, you will need to have Zoom downloaded on a computer, tablet or mobile device. If using a computer, make sure you also have a webcam and microphone built in or attached.
  • Questions, comments, concerns, suggestions? Please contact cynthia@yarniversity.ca