Yarns Spun and Goodies Aquired from Yarnival 2011!

Yarnival wasn’t just amazing for my creative soul- it was also incredible for my shopping habit! Luckily I was able to “pay” with fiber, and everyone was happy! I also got way more spinning done than I realized! I got some really funky yarns spun!!  Here’s the photos of all my booty from the Yarnival, […]

PluckyFluff Yarnival- Let Your Inspiration Flow

Nestled under fig trees in the Boeger Winery Orchard is a profound place of creativity and inspiration- the PluckyFluff Fiber Studio.  This past week was the grand opening, dubbed as the “Yarnival”.. and a yarnival it was!  I was lucky enough to spend the entire week with Lexi and my camera.  It was one of […]

Washing Fleece- Traditional Hot Water Method

I scored some awesome fleeces last weekend at Yarnival! Even better, they were TEN DOLLARS a fleece!! I promised a few friends there that when I got home I would share my fleece washing process.  Everyone has their own twist- this is how I do it.

Stitches Midwest Preview and Etsy Update!

ONE week until Stitches Midwest!!  I’ve been working like a crazyperson getting ready- and I’m getting really excited! I have been covered in sparkle and fiber for weeks- I finally have photos to share!! Ready for a preview of what I’m bringing?

Booth Locations Confirmed and Custom Listings Avaliable!

I can’t believe that Stitches Midwest is less than a month, and SAFF is just around the corner from that!!  Since I have lots of fiber onhand- custom repeat listings have been added to the shop!  I’m really excited because I have my booth locations confirmed for both festivals- and I have GREAT spots!! 

Weekend in Asheville- The Summer Retreat

We had a wonderful time in Asheville a couple of weeks ago! There’s such a great fiber community- we really enjoy participating in the Friends and Fiberworks retreats!

How I do it- Solar Dyeing with Summer Heat!

There are some hot Summer days ahead!  The best way to use the heat is for Solar Dyeing!    When the temp’s are predicted to hit over 90 degrees dyeing becomes easy as setting jars outside in the sun!