One thing I love most about the Fall is festival season!! The crunchy leaves, the crisp air and everyone wearing their best woolies! This year brought me back to my favorite hometown festival, SAFF, and was my first time at the all famed Rhinebeck!
Ah Maryland Sheep and Wool. It’s that festival we all love and hate at the same time. SO good to see friends, pet sheep, drool over fleeces.. but NEVER enough money to buy all the pretty, yarny, shiny things we want to fill our studios and stashes!! This year was no different…
It’s hard to believe it’s November and another SAFF has gone by! It’s like a roller coaster ride.. the slow tick to the top and a whirlwind fun ride that’s over before you know it!! And what a ride it was! Full of yarn and sheep and bright leaves on the mountain, with a little […]
We always have a great time at SAFF in Asheville! This year was no different- in fact it was even BETTER than usual since we were joined by friends from Picasso’s Moon Yarn Shop and Carolina Fiber Company
I’m so excited because my first segment that I filmed for AB 13 WLOS Asheville aired today! I am SO happy with how it turned out! As the first one filmed you can’t even tell I’m nervous!
Maryland Sheep and Wool Festival is my “new” yearly pilgrimage up to Maryland for fiber, fun and CRABS!! This is the second year my handspun and fiber were one of the featured independent artists carried in CloverHill Yarn shop.
SAFF was so fantastic- and I brought home plenty of goodies to share with the shops! New yarns will come mid November, but this week I’ll list fiber- art batts, hand dyed tops, and hand dyed locks and fleece.
I scored some awesome fleeces last weekend at Yarnival! Even better, they were TEN DOLLARS a fleece!! I promised a few friends there that when I got home I would share my fleece washing process. Everyone has their own twist- this is how I do it.