The VKL marketplace will offer yarn for sale from all over the world as well as knitting and crochet supplies with an unparalleled selection.
Bellevue, WA (PRWEB) March 04, 2014
Vogue Knitting Live! is coming to Bellevue March 14-16th at Meydenbauer Center. This is one of the largest knitting yarn shows in the world. The VKL marketplace will offer yarn for sale from all over the world as well as knitting and crochet supplies with an unparalleled selection. Don't miss the fashion which is on Saturday from 10:30AM to around 5pm featuring fresh new designs from Skacel, Rowan and Schachenmayr-My Mountain.
Classes are also offered but preregistration is necessary. Some of the big name instructors include: Susan B. Anderson, Lorilee Beltman, Josh Bennett, Laura Bryant, Amy Herzog, Mary Jane Mucklesone, Nancy Marchant, Amy Singer, Trisha Malcolm, Melissa Leapman, Barry Klein and more. There are still a few knitting classes available and many sell out weeks in advance.
The marketplace is $20 for a one day pass and $25 for a two day pass. The Marketplace enables shoppers to see the fashion show as well as have access to hundreds of booths of boutique yarn and knitting needles from manufacturers and farms all over the world. The VKL Marketplace is open Saturday March 15th from 10am-7pm and Sunday March 16th from 10am-4pm.
Paradise Fibers is bringing an entire 26ft moving truck of yarn and knitting supplies to the show. Some of the featured items they will feature are Euroflax Linen Yarn from Louet North America, Addi Click and Addi Rockets from Skacel, Kollage Square Needles and the new Kollage Happiness Yarn. The new Rowan Yarn will also be featured as well as the Schachenmeyr My Mountain Collection. Visit the Vogue Knitting Live website for complete details on the show.
Paradise Fibers has been selling knitting yarn, spinning wheels and looms since 1996 and is family owned and operated. Paradise is a brick and mortar and online retailer for knitting, spinning, crochet, spinning, weaving supplies and more. Their shop is one of the largest boutique fiber arts shops of its kind at 26,000 square feet.