The cowgirlblues Kidsilk yarn is one of our best sellers. Customers love the delicate look and feather-light feel. And the colour range is extremely tempting. Knowing what to knit with it is not always that easy. Since it’s a luxury yarn people are often loathe to experiment, thinking it should be saved for some magical […]
If you live in or near Cape Town and haven’t yet visited the Watershed then it’s high time you paid a visit to this trendy Waterfront location. While you’re there you should of course visit us! We’ve recently moved to a bigger space around the corner and have a gorgeous new display. Our whole colour […]
Cake, coffee, colour, craft and cowgirlblues… what’s not to like?!?! We held our first Open Day at the cowgirlblues studio last Saturday. Twenty keen knitters joined us at the studio for a quick tour of the spinning, dyeing and winding process and then we all sat down for a lesson in knitting the Hawick (pronounced […]
After the great success of our first Studio Session event in May, and an impromptu beginners knitting class last weekend, our first crochet class is scheduled for the end of July. Julia Moore is a great teacher, and we’ve selected a block motif for this class. It’s a nice bite-sized project for a morning lesson. […]
If you’ve been drooling over our yarns but cannot knit or crochet, we’ll show you how. Join us at our Watershed shop next Wednesday evening, June 24th in the V&A Waterfront, any time between 18.00 and 21.00 armed with knitting needles or a crochet hook and we’ll get you started on a hobby that’s gone […]
Cape Town is wet and windy at this time of year, the leaves are falling everywhere, and the colours can be inspiring. This would make a beautiful variegated yarn or a lovely colour combination for an autumnal scarf or shawl.
The rain has been coming down in buckets in Cape Town this week, so it’s definitely time to get the winter woollies out. If you don’t have any then dust off your knitting needles (or bribe your favourite knitter in her (or his) preferred currency) and inspire them with a beautiful ball of cowgirlblues handspun merino […]
Winter is creeping up on us here in Cape Town, temperatures are plummeting (relatively!) and our studio is getting a bit chilly. I love my (rooibos) tea hot, but the icy wind shooting through the studio to get the wool dry is putting paid to that notion. So I thought I would knit our little […]