I can’t believe a full year has passed since the first Yarnival, at the Pluckyfluff Studio in the Boeger Vineyard Orchard. July brought me back to Hangtown, and back to Boeger for the second Yarnival! And what a celebration it was!
Carolina Fiber Fest will also hold a special place in my heart since it’s the first festival I ever had a real vending booth. It’s held during the Got to be NC AG Fest, so to say the Fairgrounds are hopping is an understatement!
Maryland Sheep and Wool Festival is my “new” yearly pilgrimage up to Maryland for fiber, fun and CRABS!! This is the second year my handspun and fiber were one of the featured independent artists carried in CloverHill Yarn shop.
This was my second year at Stitches South, and though I thought it wasn’t possible, we had a BETTER time this year then last year!
I’m so excited to be a Sponsor of the new Creative Handspun Adventure, Spinquest! Along with Melissa Ricks (of Wild Hare Fiber) and Arlene Ciroula of Spin Artiste, we are bringing you a fun day of fiber, learning and creative fun to start the Fall season!
A couple of weeks ago JazzTurtle Creations hit New York City for Vogue Knitting Live and it was one of the most incredible trips we have taken!
The van is packed and we are OFF to New York City for Vogue Knitting Live this weekend! I can’t express my excitement! I’ve got a rainbow of FringeSpun tailspun teeswater yarns and I’m debuting my new NakedSpun Collection!
What a wonderful way to celebrate Fall, with the Southeastern Animal Fiber Fair (SAFF). Teaching and vending- We packed the trailer and headed to Asheville, NC, which is nestled along the Blue Ridge Parkway in the Great Smoky Mountains.