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It is that time of year where there seems to be a fiber show or festival around every corner.  September has been just slammed with show prep. First there was Oregon Flock and Fiber in late September (a good time was had by all), then Rhinebeck (Toni Neil of The Fold

imagecarries all things Blue Moon here so look for her booth) and followed very closely by Stitches East (Webs

image will be carrying Blue Moon yarns for this show. They have added tow more booths and are flying Cockeyed ( Debbi Stone) in for this ) and in almost the same breath SOAR (Debbi and I will be womaning the Blue Moon booth here).  Holy smokes… that my friends is a whole lot of dyeing and well, dyeing, rinsing and bundling and labeling and invoicing and packing and shipping. Like a lot.

Friday morning we packed the skids for pick up by a realy really big truck.


See… I told you I could lift it. No problem really its a piece of cake. Ugh.


It’s a wrap!


Turns out our Becky is also an expert Skid wrapper. Who knew? ( Debra says she knew. I however, did not.)

So East Coast knitters that is a whole lot of yarn coming your way. Hope you are ready for it. We made it just for you.

I would like to take a moment and thank Toni Neil for all of her hard work in taking our yarns to all the shows she goes to. She has done us a great service over the years and we are all grateful for her kindness and generosity and friendship.

I also would like to thank Kathy and Steve Elkins for adding Blue Moon into the Webs family of yarns. I am really looking forward to a long and rewarding relationship.

Those of you coming to Sun River, Debbi and I will see you there. I am so very excited. It is our first Spin-Off Retreat and I have been wanting to do this show forever so… kind of soaring here.

  1. Wen #

    I really want to stash dive at your place…

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  2. Mya #

    Whew, that’s a lot of yarn! Okay, so when are there shows in Colorado? I think you need to come to the Estes Park one that is usually in June. smile

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  3. marcy #

    i am thriled! i will be sure to carefully inspect your hard work! i’ll keep Debbi good company at stitches!

    Are you sure Debra’s not stuck in there? hehe

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  4. Alice in the Heartland #

    Another East Coast West Coast thriller. Man, living in the Heartland has its drawbacks. Have fun now that the yarns are on the way. See you in the spring. Hugs, Alice

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  5. Do you know how much fun I could have in those boxes!

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  6. Julibeth #

    I officially met Toni a few years ago while visiting my in laws in DesPlaines,Il. When I told my mother in law that her wonderful son wanted to drive me to Morengo, she replied,”What could be in Morengo of interest?” She is a muggle so she will never understand. It was a great pleasure to meet Toni,and see her shop. She insisted on hugs from the whole family when we finally left… kind of person! Look forward to waiting on line for my STR purchases, I live walking distance from the fairgrounds,yippeee!

    Thank you everyone.

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  7. Gotta love that pic of JoAnn and Debra!  Yes, LOTS of yarn!  Lots and LOTS of yarn!  Lucky show-goers!

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  8. Tan #

    And I am excited to see BMFA at Black Sheep Wool in Salt Lake!  I picked up Witching Hour.  Lurves it smile

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