A Pre-Tour de Fleece Parade

It’s true, the Tour de Fleece started last Saturday and while I failed to manage to get a pre-Tour post together of my goals, I am spinning away these days and trying my best to keep up with my amazing teammates on Team Three Waters Farm. It’s such an inspiring team and I’m so humbled […]

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Through The Eyes Of Others

Late last year one of my cousins reached out to me and asked if I’d be willing to work on a handspun handknit commission for his girlfriend for her birthday in spring. I don’t do much at all with commissions, but for family & close friends I make exceptions when I have time and ability. […]

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Simply Brilli[g]ant!

Last October I started out on a project. Over in the Three Waters Farm Ravelry Group, we held a designer based spinalong + knitalong dedicated to the work of Nim Teasedale. She’s a brilliant designer and just a very awesome human being in general so it was a real treat to participate. I picked her […]

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Simple Yet Effective

An amazing thing happened yesterday — I snuck just enough time to photograph a finished project! Whew-hoo! I am beyond excited to share — it feels like it’s been too long, so let me get right to it! It all started here…   Three Waters Farm Bright & Distant on the 40/40/20  Merino/Superwash Merino/Tussah Silk […]

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Twist Takes Center Stage

As I shared earlier this month, March has been a month of spinning singles. I’ve spun singles before, but I’ve never really dedicated myself to a deep dive study of them. This month, I managed to spin, wash, and dry 6 skeins of singles. 28 ounces of yarn that are so much more than just […]

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