Author Archives: Minkha
Introducing Ileana wearing one of Minkha’s latest designs; Summer (3880). I’ve just ordered this design as a dress. It will be available in the spring. Ileana is selling tea which will be available at most Minkha Calgary events. (www.steepedtea.com)
Our friends came to the Ploughshares Peace Fair Sale at Parkdale United Church. The sale was well attended, they served a nice lunch, and everyone supported our efforts.
Shortly after receiving our last shipment of Minkha Sweaters from Bolivia, my friend Diane came by to try on sweaters and quickly dove into my friends book, Alyda’s Bluff.
Folding a sweater is different than folding a t-shirt. Follow our four simple steps below to learn how. 1. Fold arms horizontally across the body of sweater. 2. Fold outside edge to align with center of sweater 3. Do the … Continue reading
Far beyond the fields, farms and old worn out houses accommodating the incredible talents of our Minkha knitters, lies the beautiful landscapes of Western Canada; an area rich in resources, prosperity and an youthful energy. Here, small communities of dedicated … Continue reading
Ellis wearing Minkha’s Crossed Tresses thinks Bowmont Park is Calgary’s best location to find Spring Crocuses in May.
The Largest Knitter Run Event in the World “World Wide Knit in Public Day was started in 2005 by Danielle Landes. It began as a way for knitters to come together and enjoy each other’s company. Knitting is such a … Continue reading
Most of the afternoon was spent custom designing the colours for this sweater, but we love the results! What colours would you use? Click to open print version (pdf) of image.
A big thanks to all our past and present volunteers! You’ve done a great job over the years. Happy National Volunteer Week!