Just re-stocked: JesabelleB, Handmaiden National Parks Collection June 16, 2017 – Posted in: Online store, Re-stocked
Handmade in Quebec, Canada, JesabelleB products are beautifully crafted to last a lifetime. Unique project bags designed to slip over your forearm are perfect for on-the-go knitting (available in 4 sizes) while notions cases and needle sleeves will help to keep you organized. Casual yet sophisticated and totally functional!
Just a sample of available products shown below.
SHOP all JesabelleB products in our webstore!
Yippee! Our first order of this yarn flew out of the store in record time so we’re happy to report that it’s back in stock. What better way for knitters to celebrate Canada?s 150th Birthday than with Handmaiden?s curated collection highlighting 13 of Canada?s National Parks, one for each province and territory! Each colourway stunningly captures the distinctive essence of these national treasures ? see photos below.
The Handmaiden National Parks Collection is available at Espace Tricot in the Merino Slim base ? a beautiful single-ply 100% superwash merino.
Limited quantities available.
SHOP the National Parks Collection in our webstore.
Aulavik, North West Territories ? bright contrast sea coast of the Arctic Ocean
Kluane, Yukon ? rippling curtains of the Aurora Borealis
Sirmilik, Nunavut ? shimmering glaciers and ice fields
Gwaii Haanas, British Columbia ? moss draped cedar, mist and memories of totems
Banff, Alberta ? Moraine Lake turquoise, rocky mountains and alpine forests
Grasslands, Saskatchewan ? summer fields under blue prairie sky
Riding Mountain, Manitoba ? wild buffalo and black bears
Thousand Islands, Ontario ? Granite islands with pine and autumn foliage
Forillon, Québec ? grey cliffs of Mont-Saint-Alban and meadows of fireweed
Fundy, New Brunswick ? flowerpot cliffs, sandstone and roaring tides
Gros Morne, Newfoundland and Labrador ? majestic fjords, tabletop mountains, craggy forests
Greenwich Dunes, Prince Edward Island ? parabolic dunes, marram grass, horizon sea
Sable Island, Nova Scotia ? ponies, lonely beaches and shipwrecks