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In the Works Wednesday

Last night, I finally put down my knitting needles long enough to get some spinning done. I spun these two Merino/Silk/Firestar batts into these two skeins of yarn: They are slightly thick n thin singles that I hope, maintains the idea of how they looked […]

Bazaar Recap

The bazaar this weekend was a lot of fun. I love a good excuse to hang out in a room full of people working on fibery pursuits. There was a lot of knitting (I was mostly working on a sock, because I am sooo exciting […]

Spring Bazaar

A few of you locals might be interested to know that instead of being at the farmers market this weekend, I will attending the spring fiber arts! I, the Potwin Fiber Artisans and I will be at Potwin Presbyterian Church in Topeka. We are on […]

In The Works Wednesday

On Sunday, I cast on Starling out of oviraptor yarn. I was looking for a project that would stick to my needles. One that would take awhile to finish, be mostly mindless, but still be engaging to work on. Then Cecily Glowik MacDonald posted Starling […]

FO: Weaving Color Sampler

Get a load of my first rigid heddle weaving project! I am taking the rigid heddle weaving class from the Potwin Fiber Artisans this month. I don’t think I could have taken a better class anywhere. Linda is a wealth of weaving knowledge. While I […]

Slow Start on Saturday

Saturday morning is usually when I deep clean the apartment. Truth be told, there isn’t that much to do today. Instead of a morning of cleaning, I have an hour or so of small projects. In one sense, this is good because it means the […]

Stripes and More Stripes

I have been experimenting with stripes of late. First, I have been working on a series of self-striping sock yarn for the shop. It’s kind of a nerdy series of sock yarn inspired by Avatar: The Last Airbender. I think it is one of the […]

A Weaving Class!

Another new class from the PFA! **Classes will be held in the Potwin Presbyterian Church. To enroll, contact the instructor. Dates: February 7,14 & 21 from 7–9pm Instructor: Linda Stanfill, llstanfill@gmail.com Fee: $45 to PFA (Inkle Looms will be available for sale/order depending on availability […]

Last Day!

Today is the last day to take advantage of my 15% holiday sale. Plenty of new yarn and spinning fiber up, as well as some great hand made gifts! Use code BOOTS2011 at checkout.

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