In Review: Lazadas Project Caddy

I haven’t been doing as many reviews lately just because I haven’t had as much time as I once did for such things, but when I received an email offering an opportunity to review the new Lazadas Project Caddy, I was intrigued enough to make room in my schedule. I mean, a snag-free, flexible knitting […]

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The Coziest Himalayan Summit

When I used to think of a Himalayan Summit, I didn’t think cozy. My thoughts would go to ice and avalanches and crampons. Leave it to Bijou Basin Ranch to defy conventional thinking though and completely revolutionize what I think of when I hear the words “Himalayan Summit’. Now, I think of this… 50% Tibetan […]

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Of Course. It’s Yours.

Many moons ago, I got this yarn in the mail from Mountain Meadow Wool, the last installment of a 3-month Legacy Yarn Club subscription. It is Mountain Meadow Wool’s Mountain Down, a 25% hand-pulled bison from Durham Ranch and 75% Mountain Merino from Camino Ranch, both in Wyoming. My family and I are definitely unnaturally into […]

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In Review: Shepherd’s Lamb Rambouillet

It’s a well-known fact that I have a love of American wool, especially that which is sourced from family farms. The opportunity to try out Shepherd’s Lamb Rambouillet for a yarn review, therefore, was just too good to pass up. Shepherd’s Lamb wools come from a family owned and operated ranch in New Mexico. They […]

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Once In 15 Years

In May, I finally ordered my first yarn from Barrett Wool Co, Susan B. Anderson’s yarn company. I don’t know why, but I hadn’t really been in a rush to try it until I saw the Wildflowers Cap pattern in Making Magazine & then noticed the subsequent kit from Barrett Wool Co. It combined my […]

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