I purchased this fiber from Corgi Hill Farm on Etsy, one of my favorite homegrown fiber operations. I personally think their colorways are superior to almost every seller I have seen around the internet - plus they also send me candy, and you just can't beat candy. This 2.1 oz silk top roving came in a simple but lovely dual-tone, chocolate brown with patches of the natural silk color, a very pretty cream with a golden sheen. I couldn't wait to see how it would spin.
It was by special request from my friends that I came to design a yarn mandala coverup pattern. My first attempt was moderately successful, but with each attempt I further refined my pattern and method, and found that I had become addicted to making these things! Playing with color is one of the best parts of... Continue Reading →
Are you being crowded out of your own life by piles of junk? I know I was. That point was driven home, in fact, when my closet shelf collapsed under the weight of my junk, spreading books and clothes and fabric aaaaaaaall over the bedroom floor. I knew it was time to cut down. Messages... Continue Reading →
A great mother’s day gift, especially if made from the grandkids’ old outgrown t-shirts! The color block or ombre look gives interest while the simple stitch pattern makes this a sturdy, uncomplicated project that you can finish in one relaxing weekend morning.
Free Pattern for the Tunisian Crochet Fantasy Hood - easy, versatile pattern for costumes, renaissance fairs, festivals, or just for fun.