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August’s Featured Yarn Now in Stock!

Cammello Merino by Plymouth Yarn

Come check out Plymouth Yarn’s new Cammello Merino yarn! As the name implies, lovely Baby Camel and Extrafine Merino blend to present a lightweight yarn meant for comfort. Moderately stretchy, Cammello Merino works well in colorwork and cabling. 80% Extrafine Merino, 20% Baby Camel.

Cammello Merino is available at the shop or through our website.

Rosemary has made a lovely “Fair Isle Hat” (Plymouth Pattern #3147) as a shop sample. The pattern can be purchased here in the store for just $5.00. Three colors of yarn are needed, and you’ll be able to make two complete hats (with the colors reversed).


The Maine Yarn Cruise is still going strong.  Here are the lucky winners of my May-June and July prize drawing.


The happy winner of my May-June drawing was Sally-Lou Patterson from Gray, Maine.  
She won:
1.  The 30th Anniversary Collection” book along with a luscious  skein of Noro Kureyon to go with it from Knitting Fever.
2.  A cute Hat Kit containing a ball each of Baby Superwash and Lyre yarn along with a big pom pom that sparkles and the “Ashley Hat” pattern written by Anny Blatt.
3.  A big hank of Superlamb Superwash Wool containing 248 yards by Jagger Spun.



The happy winner for my July drawing was Serena Wakelin-Starr from Scarborough, Maine.  

She won:
1.  Knitter’s Pride Symfonie Wool Interchangeable Deluxe Set of needles from Accessories Unlimited.
2.  Five wonderful skeins of Green Line Organic yarn made in the USA with 166 yards each from Jagger Spun with a neat Jagger Spun bag to store it in.
3.  Everyday Lite hand dyed superwash merino fingering weight with 425 yards. USA grown and processed from ontheround.
4.  420 beautiful yards of Mechita Kettle Dyed Pure Superwash Merino Wool in fingering weight from Malabrigo.

 You could be the winner of my August Drawing which consists of:
1.  166 yards of Sport weight Heather Wool from Jagger Spun Made in the USA.
2.  166 yards “Maine Line” 100% wool from Jagger Spun Made in the USA.
3.  200 yards hand spun Gotland Wool from “The Gray Sheep” in Windham, Me.
4.  Sussex Lace Cowl kit that includes the pattern and 400 yards 200% Fine Wool Sock yarn Made in the USA.
5.  210 yards of beautiful 100% Merino Worsted by Malabrigo.

Make sure to come by with your passport to get your two tickets for the August drawing.  Remember that I’ll give you an extra ticket for every $10.00 you spend while here!

Grand Prize Drawing

All Maine Yarn Cruise participants with tickets from Rosemary’s Gift and Yarn Store are eligible for our shop’s Grand Prize Drawing. If your ticket is chosen on September 2 at closing (5 pm), you could win:

  1. 2 cakes of Jaggerspun Superlamb superwash yarn in “Umber”
  2. A Jaggerspun project bag
  3. A skein of Berrocco Espresso cotton/acrylic yarn
  4. 3 skeins of Berrocco Quinoa (cotton/nylon) yarn and the Berrocco Quinoa pattern book (#395)
  5. A complete set of Lyke Driftwood Interchangeable needles in their own pouch. Includes 5″ tips in 12 sizes (US 4 – 17), with 5 cords (two 24″, two 32″, and one 40″), four keys, two cord connectors, and four stoppers.
  6. Lykke Driftwood straight needles (size 7)
  7. Lykke Driftwood circular needles (size 8, 24″)
  8. Jo Sharp Navy Moss Cowl kit, including one skein of Jo Sharp Silkroad DK Tweed in “Serpentine” and one skein of Jo Sharp New Era Merino DK superwash in “Fathom.”

Regular Shop Hours
Monday 10 AM – 5 PM (Closed Labor Day)
Tuesday open by chance – call ahead
Wednesday 10 AM – 5 PM
Thursday 10 AM – 5 PM
Friday 10 AM – 5 PM
Saturday 10 AM – 5 PM
Sunday 12 Noon – 7 PM



Wednesdays and Thursdays 10 to 12 noon: Join us for our Daytime Social Knitting:
Sundays 5 to 7 pm: Evening Social Knitting plus FREE Learn to Knit or Crochet and help from Rosemary.
(No evening Social Knitting if the Sunday or following Monday is a holiday)

Here is my “Chick’s with Sticks”, Thursday morning group.
They welcome you to join them!



RAVELRY ……………Have you joined my group on Ravelry yet? If not please do and post pictures of the things you have made using yarn purchased from my shop! You’ll love all the great things that have been knit or crocheted so far.  Just search for Rosemary’s Gift & Yarn Shop under groups to find me.

FACEBOOK ……………I’m also on Facebook and I’d love you to “Like” me by searching “Rosemary’s Gift & Yarn Shop”, and clicking “Like”. This will allow you to get updates of what is happening at the shop in between my newsletters! I try to keep up with it as best as I can and I’d love to hear from you in between your visits to the shop.

TWITTER ……………I managed to get myself on twitter and am trying to learn more about it. Remember I’m not a young chick so these new things take me a little time but if you want to get my tweets, I’m under Rosemary Libby and I’d love to read your tweets too!

INSTAGRAM………..You can now follow Rosemary’s Gift and Yarn on Instagram! Follow us to see photos and videos of the shop, customer projects, new products, and exciting new projects for you to try!


Rosemary’s “Yarn Shop” is the home of “GATHERING HANDS”

Gathering Hands is comprised of knitters and crocheters who share a common goal of helping others through various projects.  You don’t need to live close to be part of Gathering Hands…..Our hands can reach many!

Everyone is invited to be a part of GATHERING HANDS. You can help from your own home or your own knitting/crochet group and if in Maine or within driving distance of the Windham area please drop by and say hello.


IMPORTANT NOTICE:  I am now taking donation for the 2018/2019 seasons.   If you can knit or crochet something to donate to one or all of my programs it will be very much appreciated.

This is a project for making chemo caps for cancer patients in memory of my friend, Richie Aaron. I have created a knit and crochet pattern and it’s free when you’ll make a cap to donate. This project continues to be such a success as I receive hats from all over the country from customers that have come by the shop or read about it on-line and mail them on to me. I encourage soft yarns for warm caps during winter months and cotton, bamboo, etc. for summer months to protect against the sun.

This is another wonderful project of making mittens for donation for the winter season to those with a need. What a great small project for the knitter with little time and so worth while to a child with cold hands! I invite you to help in this project……it’s a great summer project too!


Just drop me an email:

Together we can make a difference!


Deliver or mail Mittens or Richie’s Caps to:

Rosemary’s Gift & Yarn Shop
39 Roosevelt Trail
Windham, Maine 04062

I do sincerely thank you for your continued support of Rosemary’s Gift &Yarn Shop.

Rosemary Libby

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