about last week . . .

Posted on 11 CommentsPosted in book reviews/events, designing, food and garden, projects

can’t believe how short a time i was home after TNNA. and yet, while i was there, the strawberries ripened to celebrate! i picked three big bowlfuls in the four days that i was home—we have an amazing number of fruits this year in our little patch. the flavor is improving too, especially when i can […]

get my goat

Posted on 11 CommentsPosted in Bare Naked Wools, designing, lace/shawls, patterns, spinning and fiber, yarn and dyeing

when it comes to appearance and behavior, i think goats are my favorite fiber animal. i love their light, springy movements and delicate features; i’m amused by their funny faces, made all the more mischievous when topped by a glowing halo of curly fleece. last spring we were lucky to be able to explore mohair fiber […]

What could be better?

Posted on 9 CommentsPosted in Bare Naked Wools, designing, projects

It’s not so secret that I really like the yarnz.  And I’ve been really lucky to work with some fantastic blends.  Yarn snob?  Yes.  And proud one at that.   Better Breakfast is very special to me.  I really don’t need to wax poetically about it to you guys; if you’re visiting the blog regularly, […]