No One Can Have Just One Fiber Animal

Fiber farming is sort of like eating a bag of Oreo cookies…it is hard to stop at one. The first cookie fills your senses with all of its goodness, the sweet scent of chocolate and the perfectly round dab of white cream filling between two crisp wafer cookies. I never even go down the cookie isle in the food store, … Read More

Bunnies, Booties, and Babies

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Sharing a quick baby knit  “Keep Calm Craft On” at Frontier Dreams. I am using our angora-cormo blend yarn to knit little Mary Jane booties for a friend.  The yarn has 25% angora and 75% Cormo wool. The angora makes the yarn soft to the touch with a subtle halo effect when knit. Cormo wool has a fine crimp and … Read More

Dreaming of Your First Flock of Sheep?

Are you dreaming of owning your first flock of sheep one day? If so, read this first. When the calendar marks the first day of Spring, our thoughts turn towards the hope of summer, gardens, and a longing for new life. This time of year, I receive many inquiries about lambs from people who want to start their own little … Read More

Knitting Lives Together with Penny Pockets-Yarn Along

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For Ginny’s Yarn Along this week-I want to share a special friend with you. My children were just babes in arm when she entered into our lives. She lead the children’s story hour at our local library. “Come a little closer hun,” were the first words she said to me as I sat with my baby of just 3 months … Read More

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