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    • October 23, 2020 Last Jewelry Season
      Hi Friends, it’s been a while!  At first that was because everything was upside down as we adjusted to all of the upheaval this spring, but then, to be honest, it was because I was enjoying settling into a new normal.  A normal that was way more focused on the micro - my family, our farm, what I was doing at any given moment.  With the extra time for reflection, it turns out that I’m ready for other changes too. (click title to continue reading)
    • January 28, 2020 Stephen West!

      Stephen West, knitwear designer and author of many books, and many, many (many!) patterns, was at Black Mountain Yarn Shop this weekend, and I was lucky enough to attend both of his classes.  (click title to continue reading)

    • January 11, 2020 Craggy Pinnacle

      t had been a while since we went roaming up on the Blue Ridge Parkway.  In fact, it's usually closed in the winter because of icy roads.  But it's been so warm this winter that we were able to get up to Craggy Gardens and Craggy Pinnacle just before New Years.  Totally worth it, and highly recommend.

    • January 07, 2020 The Advent Socks

      Continuing my sock knitting trend, I got a wild hair and decided to join the Knit Along for Natalie's Advent Socks.  Why was it a wild hair?  Because it was also the busiest season in my business, which is not always an awesome time to start new knitting projects.  But it turns out Advent socks are *perfect* for this time of year, because the idea is just to knit one stripe a day during Advent (with a little bit of extra time here and there for toes and heels), and that's not too hard to accomplish.