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- And it’s finished! The Spark cardigan from @dreareneeknits. I knit it in @juniper_moon_farm Santa Cruz and @feederbrookfarm Entropy DK.Snowball and I are putting the finishing touches on my Spark Cardigan from @dreareneeknits with this beautiful ribbon I found @fiddleheadartisansupply last summer while in Belfast for the KnitWit at the Shores annual retreat.Head for the woods with this blanket of colorful campers.Go big! Modern Daily Knitting Field Guide No. 12 celebrates the big joy of simple projects to make for those you love—including yourself. Five clever designs by Jen Geigley use Rowan Big Wool for quick results and the chance to make a bunch of colorful, gorgeous gifts.We are excited to now carry Ann Budd's "The Knitter's Handy Books". These books allow the knitter to customize many different garments in different yarn weights. She includes tips for different pattern designs and alternations. They are a great way to help knitter's understand how patterns get made.For 2022 Wonderland Yarns has taken their De"stitch"nation Yarn Tour into the literary world! Full of mystery and adventure, they’ve plotted a course to Neverland, Narnia, and beyond!
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I wanted to let you all know about a new Kickstarter project that I’ve recently backed. It’s for an electric mini spinner at a great price point. Next summer I’ll be spinning while I’m camping! If you are into spinning … Continue reading
Episode 7 of the Maine Yarn Podcast is now available. Download it and have a listen.
Our latest podcast is now live! The link to the podcast and the show notes is located here.
The December fiber from the Maine Fiber Club was Gotland, from my own hometown of Windham, Maine. Casey describes Gotland like this in her Etsy shop: This Gotland is from The Gray Sheep in Windham, Maine. Gotland is a medium-fine … Continue reading