Month 2 of the Uplift Make Along (UMAL) has come to an end. My dessert knitting resulted in some rather delicious FOs!
We’re going to continue another year sharing with Handspun Hope! Last year saw so much wonderful growth with that ministry. Our 2020 Sharing partner, Handspun Hope, has been raising money these last few months to build “The Will Barnhill Counseling Center” at their yarn dyeing / crafting compound in Rwanda. As we wrap up our business year end this month what a way to celebrate – this week they announced the second story of said building is now fully funded!! Praise the Lord and heartfelt thanks to all their donors. Earlier this year, Puddles and I took part in Handspun Hope’s first ever Virtual 5K. This effort funded the first floor of the counseling center. Thank you to those who …
You’re invited to the Uplift Make Along!
Total indie coverage from neck to toes, this week saw the final two patterns in our collection released – Vacillate and Phoenix!
Race Puddles (runners) or me (walkers) in Handspun Hope’s 1st virtual 5K!
The next two releases in the Rise Up Collection both feature fabulous colorwork! “Shooting Star” by Marcela Chang Knits and “Garden Cowl” by Knit Equals Joy.
KEC is now on knitCompanion!
Collaborations and networking are such an integral part of discovering new-to-me and, hopefully, new-to-you eco dyers. My teacher, Jill Wolcott, first introduced Five Wise Owls to me last summer as she knew I was always on the lookout for eco options. Five Wise Owls features animal-fiber free eco yarns in her Etsy shop. Juliah, dyer extraordinary from Five Wise Owls, kindly sent me a skein for this review. I loved it so much, it ended up being featured in this year’s Pattern Club! Formerly known as “Worth”, Juliah’s organic cotton fingering is now known as Five Wise Owl’s Fingering. Let’s look more closely at this fingering weight organic cotton yarn from one superb indie eco dyer from Texas. Gauge Summary:Less …
Tour our Spring surprises in Nature 2020.
It started last year when a knitter loved the dropped stitch motifs in Air Bender and I challenged myself to see if I could turn the abstract butterflies into real butterflies with the same techniques. Then…