Disappointing One Customer at a Time.

There are a couple of more things I want to say about my last post. I’ve been meaning to write more for days but there are a gabillion things going on right now – like getting ready for SOAR, going to Farm Events, Homeschooling and reminding my Husband...

What Option Did I have?

So Erika left me a comment which brings me to my next subject: “I finished the red Ashland Bay roving, plied it, and washed it yesterday. Swatched it last night. Best EVER! It’s smooth and even, and when knitted almost looks store-bought! (Which does bring...

I DA HO? No, Navajo.

Here is the update on the Navajo Weavers for the week. They are still amazing me. They all have a tribal name now. This is Barb Soft Hands. She doesn’t pound her stitches down very hard and so I expect her project will have a soft hand and be drapey.This is Barb...

Pictures but not much to say

I had big plans for posting all week! You can see for yourself how those plans turned out. So here’s a picture from Wednesday. On the left is Maple also known as Alpaca Granny. You may remember one of my pal packages had some alpaca fiber from her. I’ve...

Bob and Weave

This past Friday and Saturday were the beginning classes for Navajo Weaving at the shop. Betty Forsyth is the instructor. She’s been studying Navajo Weaving for many years and I am so happy we could put this class together. We have four students in this class...
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