Category Archives: color palette

Indie Dyer: Susan Gomes of WitchCandy

Happy weekend everyone! I’m so excited to feature Susan Gomes of WitchCandy this weekend. I have been smitten with Susan’s work for a LONG time–especially her “Birch Fire,” “Utah Mesa,” and “Sunset Hair,” which are super hard to get a … Continue reading

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Indie Dyer Feature: Pigeonroof Studios

Ok folks, this is BIG! I have an interview with one of my favorite fiber dyers: Krista McCurdy of Pigeonroof Studies! Sometimes, you just have to ask  . . . I first noticed Krista’s work on one of my Facebook … Continue reading

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In Progress: Persian Dreams (Worsted)

My 2016 One-Year-One-Blanket is Persian Dreams (worsted) and I could not be more excited. Indeed, just writing up the 2016 To Learn List–and finding out that there was a worsted weight version of this fingering-weight blanket–got me motivated to go … Continue reading

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3-in-1 Color Palette

After much consultation with a ravelry maker, my friends and the man-behind-the-drum-carder, I settled on these colors for my own 3-in-1 sweater. I need to adjust the pattern to use these MadTosh Merino Light hanks . . . that might … Continue reading

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