Buddha of the Fleeces

Meet my new fleece! Buddha enjoys luxuriating in its soft, moorit fleecy-goodness. If I can make enough yarn from it,…

American Textile History Museum

The American Textile History Museum just so happens to be located in Lowell, MA, a hop skip and jump from…

New online shop!

This morning I posted to Stitch-n-Bitch Boston’s list to ask if anyone wanted to come along this weekend, and met…

5 fiber farms, 5 October

Here’s the details for the exotic fiber animals farm day I’ll be attending this Saturday. If you’re in NY or…

(Knitting) ball of confusion

Ooh la la! I’m on the Needle and Hook: Links page! And speaking of links… You can blame me all…

Fiber links from this weekend

As promised, here are some links from business cards, brochures and other resources I picked up during the Fair this…

Live from the fair (alpacas not included)

Reporting live from the Common Ground Country Fair, it’s Shannon! With Julie! but no stealth dachshunds, alas. Full details here…

Too much yarn? Contribute it!

Carolyn is having surgery and, being unemployed, is looking for scraps / spare pieces / excess stash to play with.…

Breathtaking hand-painted yarn

Today’s impulse buy when pattern-shopping: a big, fat skein of Esperanza hand-painted 70% lambswool, 30% alpaca Esperanza yarn from the…

Blocking the Secret Project

Here it is, in all its being-blocked glory, The Secret Project. It’s a somewhat ok representation of the colors and…