Category Archives: fleece to knit

Episode 74: The Spinning Episode!

Hi everyone: I hope you’re safe and well! And I’m hoping this installment might offer a bit of a respite from the media and news. I’ve got some spinning for you (I know, right?!?), a bit about the talk I … Continue reading

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Episode 31: All Things Irish!

Episode 31 features all things Irish: yarn, dyers, designers! Oh, and some wool washing via fermentation! Yum! Come hang out to talk about LB Handknits sweaters, a beautiful FO featuring Jennifer Guyor’s Pace and Presence Yarn, and some fun things … Continue reading

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Video Tour: WI Sheep and Wool Festival

Hello Friends! In lieu of a podcast this weekend, I have a wee tour of the Wisconsin Sheep and Wool Festival.  I hope you enjoy the sweet tour of sheep, fleece, dogs, and stashable goodies! There is even some breed info … Continue reading

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Found: Rachel Smith

I’ll admit to being a bit of a Podcast junkie . . . especially when traveling or working out on the internet free farm in New York. Download and go. And, of course, knitting and spinning related podcasts are the … Continue reading

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A Kindred Spirit!

“Kindred spirits are not so scarce as I used to think. It’s splendid to find out there are so many of them in the world.” ― L.M. Montgomery, Anne of Green Gables Yesterday evening, as I settled in to read … Continue reading

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First Fiber

So, I volunteered to teach an enrichment class at my local middle school–the same one where my son goes to 6th grade. And . . . it was approved! The best part: this is not a class with books and … Continue reading

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Knitting Revelations!

At long last, I can reveal the project I have been working on for a few weeks: a set of booties and cap for JK and his wife who are expecting a new baby in the fall! This was, as … Continue reading

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