Wool You Be My Valentine?

Valentines at Loop, London. www.loopknitlounge.comWe’ve been seeing the shop through heart shaped glasses this week, so why not share a little love or treat yourself?

Don’t you just love placing a marker? Well, you soon will with these heart shaped lockable stitch markers from Tulip! The handy tin includes 15 markers in a mix of three different colours blue, pink and green.

We know lots of you fell for these lotion bars last year and many made their way into stockings for Christmas! A thoughtful little gift, these solid moisturises are perfect for knitters, crafters, gardeners, in fact anyone who needs to give a bit of dry skin some love! Snap up one of these limited edition heart design bars in the refreshing scent of citrus rose.

A bunch of flowers is a classic, but with these Rose Pins your love will be wearing a red rose that will still be newly sprung in June!
Flower Heart Buttons. Loop, London. www.loopknitlounge.com

If you wear your heart on your sleeve, why not on your knits? These resin buttons feature a pretty alpine flower style design and come in a translucent pink or grey.

It’s no secret how we feel about pompoms… declare your feelings too with a heart shaped one (Large and Small available!)

Take Heart by Fiona Alice Loop, London. www.loopknitlounge.com

Take Heart by Fiona Alice

Follow Fiona Alice through her knitting journey from Canada to the UK with her collection of accessories in the book Take Heart. The name comes from her hat pattern with cables that criss cross to form a heart. Fiona says a couple of skeins of Quince & Co. Lark topped off with a Toft fur pompom would suit your own Take Heart hat!

Quince & Co Lark (L-R) Dogwood, Petal, London Rose. Loop, London. www.loopknitlounge.com

Quince & Co Lark (L-R) Dogwood, Petal, London Rose

And there is nothing that gives that warm fuzzy feeling (quite literally) like yarn!

Old Maiden Aunt - on left Twu Wuv, Top- Bottom, Lipgloss, Blossom and Last Nights Red Dress.

Old Maiden Aunt – on left Twu Wuv, Top- Bottom, Lipgloss, Blossom and Last Nights Red Dress.

Swoon over some Old Maiden Aunt with the most romantically named shades of pink, shown on the left, Twu Wuv and top to bottom on right Lipgloss, Blossom and Last Night’s Red Dress.

Shalimar Breathless in Shrimp Kiss and Breathless Cush in Love Potion

Shalimar Breathless in Shrimp Kiss and Breathless Cush in Love Potion

Shalimar have their own saccharine names for their colours shown here are Shrimp Kiss in Breathless (4ply) and Love Potion in Breathless Cush (chunky).

And we couldn’t forget the cute names (and colours) from DyeforYarn Merino Silk Fingering ‘Bouquet of Dark Roses’, Jade Sapphire 6ply ‘Oh Sweetie Pie’ and Madelinetosh Sock ‘Heartbeat’

Heart Cards. Loop, London. www.loopknitlounge.com

Heart Cards

And maybe there is someone waiting for the postman? Send them a word today with a Nathalie Lete print postcard or a beautiful card lovingly printed on recycled paper.

As you may of noticed, our new website is now in full swing! Thank you for all the lovely messages about the site so far and thanks for your patience as we iron out the minor technical glitches! Any queries please email the us shop@loopknitting.com

Until next week, Happy Knitting and Crocheting!

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5 comments on “Wool You Be My Valentine?
  1. sue goecker says:

    Love all these lovely items – am looking SEW forward to visiting in August on a tour of quilters. Traveling Together is the group I will be coming with – would you happen to have coupons, etc to pass out to the group? Can’t wait to see your store.

  2. Martha Zemur says:

    Oh so beautiful and inspirational. Love that “WooL You Be My Valentine.” Thanks for the lovely mailing, Loop Loungers.

  3. Janet Chappell says:

    What fabulously gorgeous yarns you stock ! Love reading your weekly post and the new Pom Pom mag dropped onto my mat yesterday… Now where to begin?!

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