navajo-churro fleeces.

Above are photos of the two Navajo-Churro fleeces that I accidentally acquired at the beginning of last month.  (I say “accidentally,” because 1: I was not expecting to get them, and 2: I still have the Columbia fleece from last year, so I really shouldn’t have agreed to them.) There is a funny story behind … More navajo-churro fleeces.

little: honey shawl.

Due to some motivation by one of my blog readers, this is now finished. The pattern is Honey Shawl by Amy van de Laar, and can be found in the Spring/Summer 2016 issue of Knitty.  The yarn was dyed by a yarn shop owner in a tiny town in Idaho, near the Oregon border.

fiber-y pursuits.

Unfortunately, I haven’t really gotten that much done over the past month. (Just a moment, I’m trying to think of the things that I did get done/started.) (Few more minutes …) (Okay, I’m ready. Here goes.) I got a new pair of carders! And I’m making rolags! And it is so much fun! I got … More fiber-y pursuits.

20 skeins.

The Quince order has come! I have started Lumberjack. The same day that the Quince yarn came, I got a project bag (which I gave to my sister) that I won from Eat. Sleep. Knit. They kindly sent a skein of Lorna’s Laces Shepherd sock with the bag (which I kept). On Monday, I got … More 20 skeins.