Hello yarn-y people! Welcome back to another episode . . . in this one, we dive for aquatic sheep (aka Sea Silk) and I walk you through my Sea Green Hopi sweater (by Linka Neumann). I also have a bunch of fun things that arrived via email or snail mail from friends in the community to share! Feel free to message with questions and happy new year to all! ~Melissa
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- Hopi Sweater by Linka Neumann
- Strange Harvests by Edward Posnett
- Seacell fiber
- Little Women Knits by Johanna Johnson
- Jennifer Guyor Wild Lily Artisan Fiber
- Bags By Awesome Grannie
- Cowls: Inspired by Persia by Mina Philipp
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