March 22, 2015

Giveaway Time!

I am done with my taxes, so I thought I should do a giveaway to celebrate. Just in case you are not getting a refund, at least you have a chance of winning 7 skeins of yarn (Cristallo from Filatura di Crosa – $13.95 per skein), Wooly Wash and our Bee & Ewe Healing Honey Lotion. These have a value of $130!

To enter, you need to do three things:
• Like our Facebook page
• Share this post on Facebook
• Join our mailing list

Winner will be chosen Friday March 27th.
Good luck!!

October 22, 2014

Keep Calm and Knit On

Here it is… Drum Roll Please……

Announcing The Keep Calm Cowl

New pattern released today and for sale right now! I am so proud and excited about this cowl. It uses Knits All Done’s exclusive Zen Yarn Garden “Keep Calm Keith” yarn. You can purchase the pattern at my Ravelry store or the whole kit with the yarn at www.knitsalldone.com.

Keep calm and knit on!

October 6, 2014

Kings County Fiber Festival

October is here! It is of my favorite months of the year. Come join us this weekend at the third annual Kings County Fiber Festival. I spent all day dyeing up 11lbs of wool and you could be the first to get your hands on it. It is a great family friendly event. Hope to see some of you there!

Saturday, October 11, 2014
10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Old Stone House & Washington Park
336 3rd Street, Brooklyn, NY

June 2, 2014

New to the site!

My name is Lexi Parisse and I’m a fiber artist and beekeeper. It all began at the Fashion Institute of Technology, where I received a BFA specializing in knitwear. After college I went to work in the NYC fashion industry as an assistant designer, then a design and sales consultant for the largest knitting machine manufacturer in the world, Shima Seiki. While working at Shima, I took a drop spindle class and I was hooked. Now, not only could I create a garment using yarn but I could also create the yarn too! I needed to dive deeper into my new obsession so I decided to leave my job within the fashion industry, move to Long Island and work on a fiber farm. It’s one thing to work with amazing fiber but it’s another thing to work with the animals that provide it to you. Now I am starting a new adventure in my life. I want to not only create and sell beautiful fiber and bee-related products but I want to educate people on bees and the fiber arts as well.

Check out our store for a selection of drop spindle kits, hand spun yarn, bath and beauty products, hand-dyed fiber and more! Enjoy!!