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- Posted @withregram • @quinceandco this is amazing!!Making No. 12 / DUSK is now available for pre-order. This amazing local publication has 11 projects to knit or crochet, plus various other crafts! Reserve your copy today. These will be ready to ship on October 29.Wonderland Yarn's Colorburst colorways on their March Hare base are so much fun! The Straight Up Cowl is a free pattern on Ravelry. One skein makes this quick project that really shows off the beautiful colors.The Clarity Shawl, designed by Erin of Lizzy Knits, is a wonderfully large triangle shawl. It combines different stitches to create textures that hold your interest.It is so easy to fall in love with this yarn. It is like falling in fresh powdery snow drawing snow angels. Lang Yarns new Snowflake yarn keeps you warm and cosy on chilly winter days. With needle size US 10 - 11 you will be creating the most wonderful snow stars in no time.We still have a few winter kits from Madelinetosh available. “The 12 Days of Madelinetosh” contains a triangular-shaped project calendar is made up of 16 individual boxes chock full of Madelinetosh yarn, goodies, and exclusive patterns.
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Category Archives: Spinning
The September Fiber in PortFiber’s Maine Fiber Club is Coopworth. I hand combed this fiber after a brief tutorial from Casey. (Thank you!) I found that hand combing fibers really hurts my hands. Not sure if I’m doing something wrong, … Continue reading
I’ve been doing a little of this and a little of that when it comes to fiber. I finished spinning up some beautiful silk/yak from Port Fiber here in Portland, Maine. It’s so soft. I want to make something like … Continue reading
My angora bunny has a new custom home built by Fleck Custom Homes! It helps that I’m married to the owner 🙂 She has so much more room to bounce around and it will be much easier to clean. There … Continue reading
As part of the Maine Fiber Club, I got to learn to spin some beautiful Romney fleece. I don’t have a lot of spinning experience so I carded the fleece and I think I used a short draw of some … Continue reading