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Seasonal shift in color, knitting and time…

I fully intended to have this done by now but this day totally got away from me, as they sometimes do. Such a full few weeks. I am so happy that it is Friday. I plan on spending a whole lot of time with my couch and some knitting!

Okay first things first, it is time for a seasonal color shift. We need to make room for holiday colors both our old friends and some new ones!!

Below is a list of the colorways that are going off to Hue-Spa for a respite. If there are any colorways you’d like to see return, especially holiday ones, please leave a comment on this post and we will do our best to add it in to the line-up.


We have so very many holiday colorways.So many that I don;t think I even know them all. Maybe you’d like to help me compile a list? We could do it in the comments here.

I want to say a big ol’ thank you to all of our Sock club members for your patience with this very late shipment. We started referring to it here and the never-ending-shipment. It has all shipped!
Speaking of shipping, we did get a little bogged down with the KAL orders and then add in the illness that hit us like a ton of bricks, having someone on vacation and then that wicked wind storm which took out our power. Well… . We shipped so many packages out this week and the rest will leave here on Monday and Tuesday. In plenty of time for all KALS!!!

Thank you for your patience!!!

As always it was really wonderful to see all of the different colorways everyone chose for their Luwan sweater. I can’t wait to see them when you are all finished knitting them. I am really excited to see the Flamingo Feet one!! I know… right??

It’s not too late to join Carol’s KAL!! We will do our very best to get you your yarn as close to the 5th as possible. Unless you are international.


Our other KAL is Shannon’s Spell Shawl!! I’m pretty smitten with this shawl and our charmed kits. I have spent the past three days dyeing kits. So much fun. Shannon and I even came up with a spell that will be in your package, besides the color one of course.

I really, really want to join this KAL so much. It appeals to me in so many ways. Now I just have to choose a kit. Maybe one of these two?



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Siren’s Song

Always my problem. So many colors and so little time!!!

Ok it is getting late and I really need to get this posted.

I hope you all have a wonderful weekend!! I am going to take a long walk and enjoy the amazing colors our trees are giving us right now!

So very many things….

It’s Thursday evening and I am writing this before I head to bed because we are in the middle of a big storm and the power is going to go out as it does and I want you to know about all the goodness!

Okay so first let’s talk about New York Sheep and Wool Festival lovingly refered to as Rhinebeck by most of us and Woodstock Fleece Festival in Ontario.

See these three lovely souls?


That is Nan, Bill and Toni who will be at The Fold’s (Booth 32, 33, Bldg B) with all kinds of Blue Moon goodness! Please do stop by and say hi and maybe bestow a nice warm and wooly hug! Shannon’s Spell Shawl (Which you can read more about and see kit pics in the header post above.) and our charmed gradient kits are there along with our new cowl, Loophole!! Maggie and I cooked up a wonderful scarf/cowl duo in Single Silk Targhee in my current favorite colorway Heckley Speckley. Such a fun knit and the coziest cowl. We’ve been fighting over it in the barn.

Toni also has our Rhinebeck colorway!! along with all of our Targhee yarns including our fab new sock yarn Tigger Targhee!


Isn’t pretty! Toni and I got to create this one together when she was here a few weeks ago so it is super special!
And yes,for those of us that are not at Rhinebeck you can get it here on the website as promised.

Knit Season means show season and this weekend there is also the Woodstock Fleece Festival in Ontario.Terri at Feather Your Nest will be there with a whole bunch of Blue Moon goodness including Socks that Rock, Tigger Targhee and Single Silk Targhee … .

I hope everyone who is attending these wonderful shows had a grand time!

Here are a few pics of LOOPHOLE as a cowl.The scarf pics did not turn out so well so I am re-shooting once this storm lets up a bit.The pattern will be on the website sometime this Friday.


It was great fun working on this design with Maggie so I think we will be doing a bit more.

I do hope you will join us for what is most definitely a charmed KAL, Shannon’s Spell Shawl. We both a kind of witchy and might have a thing for All Hallow”s Eve so brewing up our color spells and charmed stitches was just too much fun. The texture on this shawl is seriously wonderful. I love our Featherlight yarn quite a bit but had never felt or seen it knit double. Oh my goodness!! I think we are all going to want to knit this in a few color spells. I know desperatley want to cast on one in Fangorn Forest and Expecto Arum and maybe also Tasseomancy.
So many knit wants and so little time.

Okay well I am sure I am forgetting something. It has been quite the week!

Spell Shawl KAL

Are you looking for an excuse to get your hands on a Gradient Set of Featherlight? If so, your wishes have been granted, my friends – Shannon and I have cooked up a potion you won’t be able to resist – the Spell Shawl.

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Shannon’s version uses the new gradient set Halloween Town, and we are dy(e)ing (see what we did there?) to see this shawl knit up in ALL of the color sets we put together. Seriously, folks, 900 yards never did knit up so fast, because you’re doubling your yarn the whole way through!

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The gradients shift in such a lovely way in this easy yet super-fun-to-knit shawl. The best part? If you purchase Shannon’s pattern, you’ll get a 15% discount code (there’s a separate pdf in the pattern files) for a gradient set of your very own! And, we’re going to have a KAL that begins on, fittingly enough, Halloween. Head to Shannon’s Ravelry group to join the KAL. In other words…

In order to make
a shawl that’s great
gather your tools.
Don’t be a fool…
order a kit.
And never quit
until you’re done.
But have some fun
for this shawl is rad…
and you’ll be sad
if you miss out on this
and all the bliss
from making a shawl
to wear all fall.

Who’s in?

Autumn KALS are here!!!!!!!

I so look forward to our Autumn KALS especially since we started working with the ever so creative, queen of the short row, Carol Feller! As I am sure I have said before I pretty much love just about everything that comes off Carol’s needles and am thrilled that she loves to work with my yarn!

As soon as I held our Single Silk Targhee in my hands, when it waltzed in the dye barn door last fall, I knew I wanted to send it to Carol to see what kind of sweater goodness she would dream up.



Photo Credit: Joseph Feller

It’s a dream alright! Luwan  is a super textured pull-over with some really graceful sloping lines ( thank you short rows) that is going to be such a wonderful everyday kind of sweater!  Our Single Silk Targhee adds the extra cozy factor to Luwan. I know some of us are a little wary of knitting garments out of singles because of the pilling aspect. Well, my knitterly friends that is why we made this one out of Targhee which is soft but not too fine and silk. Targhee is a bit more durable that an fine merino and with the added silk you have a match made in fiber heaven. When we wash and dye it we full it a bit to add even more durability for and softness for wearing. You want this next to your skin!!! Because the Targhee has a bit more crimp and elasticity to it also makes Single Silk Targhee a single among singles!

Carol was a little concerned about the singleness of our yarn so she gave her swatch to her boys to abuse and it passed their tests with flying colors!!

I hope you will join us in what s sure to be a fun knit and a lovely wear! Because of all the texture Luwan will look good in just about any colorway we have even BeSpeckled ones! Please, oh please, someone knit a Heckley Speckley one.

When you purchase the pattern from Carol she has a discount code that is good for 10% off Single Silk Targhee and Targhee Worsted.

Since they are the same gauge we have added Targhee Worsted to the discount and knit option for this sweater for those of you that feel the need for a plied yarn.


All that texture! So yummy!! Carol knit her Luwan in our Deep Unrelenting Grey!  What are you going to knit yours out of??

That is a whole lot of KAL joy but it is not all we have!

My buddy Shannon and I have been brewing up a little color spell for you knit pleasure in honer of Autumn, All Hallows Eve and our super sassy witchy selves!

Here’s a very small peek at Shannon’s Spell Shawl and the pile of kits I am putting together for it! You are so going to love this one! Also a whole lot of texture and using our lovely Featherlight! Another super wonderful single!  I sense a theme!!!






We will be casting our colorful spell on Wednesday October 12th!!!

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I am really going to need a few more hours in the day!!!!

Okay before I go take boxes to the PO I wanted to mention that we are hiring. If you are interested in working with and awesme team creating all kinds of goodness send us an email at and I ‘ll send you the details!

Have a lovely weekend. Some of you I will see on Sunday at the dye cauldron here in Blue Moon land!!!



Fall has arrived!!! New Colors and other goodness.

I have been having ever so much fun making new Fallish colorways. Autumn is my season. I love every little thing about it, from the bountiful harvest to the falling of the leaves with all of the colorful changes in between!

Also, being the witchy type of woman that I most certainly am, one of my favorite holidays is part of this season ~ Halloween!!

So I have been at my cauldron of color creating all sorts of hue potions for us to play with. I’m pretty excited about some of these so I hope you like them!

Meet my new color besties…

I will most undoubtedly be adding to this within the next few weeks. We have Hanksgiving and Spooky Specks and I have a Coven series of tinted greys I am working on. So stayed tune for more colors from the crypt.

I am also working on a super fun super simple scarf/cowl design with one of my dyer’s Maggie. We will release this pattern withing the next few weeks. Just in time for Rhinebeck and Holiday knitting. Here’s a sneak peak of the cip (cowl in progress) chilling with some pumpkins. The colorway is Heckley Speckley and the yarn is none other than the super fabulous, serious yummy, Single Silk Targhee.  What better way to enjoy an afternoon than to knit with one of your favorite yarns ( don’t want to make the other yarns jealous) in on of your current favorite colorways.










Don’t tell the other colorways but I do not think I have loved a colorway as I do Heckley Speckley since Pond Scum. I want to dye all the yarns and fibers in it. It is really beautiful on Crackpaca too.








We just took this bundle of goodness to Twisted. All kinds of colors of Crackpaca and Super Sparkle. So if you are here for Oregon Flock and Fiber and have not had your fiber fill stop by and get your Sparkle on and squeeze some Crackpaca.

Loopy Ewe is also now carrying Crackpaca!!

My good friend Toni Neil of The Fold is here visiting this weekend and we plan on hitting OFFF on Saturday. Hope it does not rain too hard!! I need to see some fiber friends and pet some sheep and hold a bunny or two!

Toni and I are working on all of our Rhinebeck offerings so if there is something special you’d like to see let me know. Today we are going to make the Special Rhinebeck 2016 colorway which we have never had the chance to do together.

As promised I have added a few new Dye Camp sessions to our roster. I am loving getting back into teaching and plan on doing a whole lot more. So if there is any color or dye theme you would like to see let me know.

I also put up our next Rockin’ Whorl Club offerings. We are going to play with long wools and mohair. Since Wensleydale was my first ever fiber crush ( obsession) I have over the years developed quite an appreciation for the long wools breeds. I hope you will join me as we explore all the history of these breeds and how best to process, dye, spin and knit or weave with them.

Okay I am off to the dye barn to dye all the yarn! To make new seasonal color story and gradient kits ( we might have a KAL with Miss Shannon with these soon) and to tint me some witchy greys!

This dyer is on fire!!!

Have a great weekend!


A week and then some!

This week did not have the best start for me.

You know when you’ve made all kinds of awesome plans and… it’s a three day weekend, and one of your besties is coming for a long visit, and you are going to one of your favorite events of the season Art in the Pearl, and you are so excited and have been looking forward to it for months. You know that kind of excitement?! You know what happens next right? Big fat buckets of rain kind of thunderstorm on my parade. I woke up Saturday morning with a very painful, red and hot arm (the one they took all the lymph out of) . I had cellulitus!! Argh!!!! Turns out when you have lymphedema like I do, you are more susceptible. Sigh. Sick as the proverbial dog. Luckily for me my oh so wonderful buddy was here. She took such good care of me.  (Thank you Karen!!)  I don’t know what I would have done without her. I have not been that sick in awhile.

So it has colored my week a little as far as energy goes. The antibiotic has worked wonders though and I am almost as good as I was last Friday! Pretty surreal.

One of the things I was going to do last weekend was make new colors. So that is why there are no new colors this week. Sorry!

I am working on them this weekend so they should be ready to go next week.

In the meantime look at this Heirloom Tomato Jam on our Panda top. It looks good enough to eat doesn’t it?



Spinzilla is quickly approaching so if you have not already stocked up we have an offer for you. 10% off any of our spinning fibers from now onto October 3rd.

The code is spinzilla2016

Speckles on roving are seriously wonderful!!! So pretty! When my arm is all better I am going to dye myself some Heckley Speckley in our yak blend or maybe the BFL Mix. Hm… .


One of the other fun Knit-a-long events of the season is Socktober. I showed you our Witchypoo and Socktberfest colorways in last week blog post.  Our very own long time sock club member, RAV gorup moderator and all around lovely knitter, Crist Payne (turtlegirl76) is designing a pattern for the Socktober fun and games.

Here is an in progress picture with it knit in Socktoberfest.










She is calling it her Slip Stripe Sock. I love that slipped stitch on the side of the rib!!! I can’t wait to see it in Witchypoo Rides Again!

Speaking of the sock club we are at one of our  discount deadlines. If you have not used you discount code for the year the 15% part of it expires on the 15th of September. The code is the in the January dyer’s notes.








This lovely photo is courtesy of Terri O’Brien who owns Feather Your Nest in Sarnia Ontario. She has a thing, as do I, for our Targhee Worsted. The colorway she is using is Blackbird. Terri will be at the Kitchener Waterloo Knitter’s Fair this Saturday and she will have some of our yarns with her, including the Targhee.


I will leave you with this oh so charming thought for the day.

Karen is knitting a cowl out of our Crackpaca. She posted this picture and description on her instagram feed the other day. She had me at kittens and puppies but then the making smores with them in your lap? Perfection!








Socktober!! Fall colorways and a KAL!

I can’t believe it is September already. Seriously this summer flew by. And really we here in the Pacific Northwest had a pretty odd summer weather wise so I think that just added to the whole where is summer feeling.

It is cool and raining here today which is super cozy and…perfect for knitting!!!

I am more than ready for knit season and all wonderful Autumn colors and cool patterns and knit nights and sitting by the fire and knitting and listening to a good book or my favorite tv knitting, watching cooking shows. I am one of the rare few that actually enjoys Guy Fieri’s, Diners Drive-ins and Dives. I know! My family constantly teases me for it.

Anyway it is September 2 and it is more than fair to start celebrating all that is Fall!

We have changed the colorways and added a few on my all time favorites and a few new ones. I am working on new colorways but they are quite ready yet. Which is kind of cool cause we can have a visit with some old friends like Count Cluckula and Space Dust and one of my favs from last year, Fall Frolic!










Isn’t pretty. I just love the warm tones with that blue! I think I am going to dye some Crackpaca in Fall Frolic and knit myself a cozy cowl to wear all season. Because I love everyhting to do with Autumn I just might have quite a few colorways themed that way. So we will be changing colorways a little more often than ususal.

Which brings us to….


Meet out two new colorways, Witchpoo Rides Again and Socktoberfest! As one of the sponsors of this super fun KAL, I have designed these for our SOCKtober knitters (anyone can buy them)!

SOCKtober is a fun KAL that is hosted by the fun knit duo, The Carolina Fibers Girls

One of the designers is one of very own NSK’s, Cristi Payne ( turtlegirl76 ) which is super exciting. I am so excited to see what she has dreamed up. You can read about all of the fun, games, prizes and rules, regs and discounts here.
We are offering a 10% discount to all of the SOCKtober knitters on Socks that Rock Lightweight and Mediumweight, Super Sparkle, Super WoobuLITE  and Superwash BFL Fingering.

SOCKtober promises to be a seriously good knit time!!

And speaking of Knit-a-longs…










Check out Morning Walk by Becky Herrick in our Targhee Worsted!

We have teamed up with Becky for this KAL as part of the Fall Sweater Challenge. I think a vest is the perfect transitional piece to move from Summer to Fall knitting. I really love the lace aspect of Morning Walk. Becky knit her using our Pistachio colorway.  What colorway would you use?  When you purchase the pattern there will be a discount code for your Targhee yarn.

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Thanks Becky for such a lovely design to ease us into our Fall knitting and sweater wearing!

So very many wonderful knit possibilities!

I hope everyone has a lovely weekend and those of us enjoying a three day weekend yay!!!

My friend Karen is here and we are planning all sorts of sewing, knitting, dyeing fun. Also we are going to spend a fair amount of time at one of my favorite Portland events of the year ~  Art in the Pearl!


End of Summer is right around the corner

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You can smell the first hints of fall in the air, especially early in the morning when it is still a little dewy. You can see it in the garden as everything ripens and goes to seed and then there’s  my favorite, the turning of the leaves, which is just beginning. It certainly does not feel like Fall here. It is super duper hot.


Since Autumn is my very favorite season I start thinking and planning our new colorways pretty early. I have been at it for a few weeks and makings notes and testing for even longer. What this means is that it is time for a color change which is a little hard cause I feel like we just put some of these colorways up.

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That was hard. I tried to send Dearly Beloved to the Spa but I just can’t yet.  Sigh….

If there are any of our pre-existing Fall type colorways that you would like to see make a return please let us know in the comments section of this post. If you have some Autumn color wishes for new colorways you can also post here int he comments.

I was thinking that we should also do a few days of Holiday colorways.What do you think?

Okay so it has been a bit of a week here so this is going to be a short and sweet blog post. I also am super late getting it up today!

Lots and lots of Crackpaca is hanging from the rafters!! If you want in on this first mill run and intro special pricing you might want to order soon. I went out to the barn and pulled some aside for me. Don’t worry it was only a few.

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Peachy Keen in Crackpaca leaves me speechless!

We also had a whole bunch of Super Sparkle for the Super Speckley Sparkley KAL. It was quite a sparkley dye barn this week!

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If you have not seen the Special exclusive colorway we did for Loopy Ewe for August check it out. I am pretty thrilled with this one. Dizzy!!!

I’m so Dizzy ( with color) my head is spinning….

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Look at that pom pom!!! That might just be the most perfect pom I have ever seen.

Pattern is Field of Wildflowers by Joji Locatelli

Color! Color! Color!

Have a lovely weekend!

Stay Cool!


So many good things!!

Okay I have a whole bunch of goodness to share with you so I am just going to jump right in.










The Fall Twist Collective went live this week!!  Have you seen it? If you have not had a chance do yourself a favor and grab a refreshing beverage and sit down for a long perusal. We are lucky enough to have this classy and colorful hat and cowl set (Echinacea) designed  by none other than the ever so clever and talented Kate Gilbert herself. I was pretty tickled when she told me she was designing with our Cloud 9.

Also make sure not to miss Carrick, a cabled wonder by designer Kristin Eksuzian. A stunning statement of a sweater. I have to admit to being a little obsessed with that big cable.


Farmer’s Market MKAL last clue is out and and look aren’t they pretty??


I am so looking forward to seeing all of the color combo’s we came up as shawls instead of skeins!


I hope everyone posts their shawl pics to instagram.
So far my favorite is still the one with Apron Strings, Fruity Loopies and Spawn of Scum. which I am sure comes as no surprise to anyone. Thank you Shannon for such a fun MKAL!! You rock!










Such a light and graceful yarn. A fine two ply spun with luxurious Baby Alpaca and Cultivated Silk. I am not much of a lace knitter but this yarn makes me wish I was. I can just imagine how wonderful Lima Laci would not only look in a intricate lace pattern but also feel. 900 yds /4.25oz @ 29.00 We have a very limited amount so get it while you can!

Okay now for the queen of the yarn ball!! Meet my new yarn crush!!!









45% Baby Alpaca / 45% Super Duper Fine Merino / 10 % Cultivated Silk

Now, I am not the biggest alpaca fan on planet. Which up until now is why Blue Moon had only offered one Alpaca blend yarn, our Peru. I do love our Peru. I love it because it is a good blend which I firmly believe is the magic for a good alpaca yarn. Well, the same folks that created our Peru have come up with a yarn that I seriously wanted to just call Crack, it is that wonderful… so after much hemming and hawing and a little input on instagram I’ve settled on Crackpaca! Because this is most definitely crack for knitters luckily there are no harmful side effects and as far as I know it is legal!

It’s equal parts baby alpaca and a superfine merino and this is what I think makes it so wonderful. The superfine aspect of the merino enhances the baby alpaca by adding in elasticity and buoyancy without taking away that ultra softness that we love alpaca for.

If that were not enough, let’s just add in a little cultivated silk to the mix – just enough for a little sheen and strength. And…because we can, let’s ply it a little tighter than we normally do on this type of yarn and make it a 2 ply. Can you see in the picture how it looks like little alpaca pearls.

So soft and light and buoyant.

When it waltzed in the door, I wanted to take all of the skeins and make a bed with them and then climb in. I still might.

I am super excited about a whole bunch of the yarns we have added to our line up in the past year and Crackpaca is definitely at the very top of that list.
We have it priced at $27.00 for the next little bit as an introductory, “Oh my goodness, you have to have this yarn” special.

When ordering please keep in mind that alpaca takes dye a little light than most fibers! That said, all three of the fibers in this blend take the dye differently giving us a bit of a subtle heather effect throughout. I didn’t really notice it until I started knitting with it.

Sigh! After I finish this post I have to go out in the over 90 degree heat and dye ( hehe) and all I want to do is sit someplace air conditioned and knit my lovely crackpaca!!

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One more thing I would like to touch on before I go is the Fall Sweater Challenge that the lovely folks at  The Buffalo Wool Co thought up. It’s basically a community knit-a-long involving designers, local yarns stores and yarn companies having some grand ol’ knit fun! There’s a few rules, points!!, prizes and discounts and all kinds of designs and in the end sweaters so really a big win!

We are one of the sponsors and quite honestly are still working out the details on our end. We are seeing which of our LYS’s wants to join in the fun and decided on designs and KALS and yarns and prizes.

So…stay tuned for sure. If you have any ideas of feedback for designs or yarns please let me know I will have more info next week so we can start our sweater adventure. You know what? It could be a Crackpaca sweater!!!!!!!!  Be still my heart.

Okay I am off to the barn to dye some speckley sparkley yarn!

Have a great weekend!







End of Summer Sparkle and Delirium!

The yarn arrived! The sock club has shipped!! And…we are just about caught up on everything that this yarn shipping delay fiasco cost us and just in time fore heat wave. Holy moly it is not a good day to be a dyer today. So very hot!!!!

Just about the whole team arrived this am at 6:00. While for a few of us that is our regular start of the dye day,  to the rest of team blue moon it brought home the meaning of the crack of dawn. We compensated for this with cake for breakfast!!  On the upside it does mean we get to stop at 2:0o today and not steam set yarn when it is over 90 degree weather. Actually we could probably just lay it out in the sun and be good to go.

As you can see in the very bright header above, Shannon and I are hosting another KAL!! A super, sparkley, speckley, sock-anklet  knit-a-long no less. I know…we’ve been overcome by the speckle on the sparkle. I will stop, but please know, I could go on and on and on with the whole speckle~sparkle word play.

You can read all out the details in the post above. I can’t wait to see all kinds of sparkley speckled anklets walking around. I really want to knit a pair in Heckley Speckley because I have a bit of a colorway crush going for it but Shannon has beat me to the punch on that one. Instead I think I am going to try a getting a little Intro-Specktive.  ;0)

Or I will throw caution to the wind and Heckle Speckle to my heart content.

See?? It’s a skein of beauty!













I have another color love affair going on right now too.

Meet Delirium!

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Delirium is a magical mercurial character and the youngest of the seven Endless from Neil Gaiman’s Sandman Series.  I love her!!  She was born Delight and later transformed into Delirium. How poetic is that?! She is a colorful changeling with a prophetic tendency that often comes too late. She’ s a little scattered often dropping and later picking up the threads of a conversation. Her observations on life are seriously entertaining, offbeat and often inconsequential. She is a force unto herself and most of the Endless are fond of her and she them. She has a bit of a thing for Destruction which makes sense in the grand scheme of things.

I was asked earlier this year to come up with a colorway inspired by a graphic novel. I was pretty thrilled with this color inspiration. Of course I chose Sandman!  I decided to do a colorway based on Delirium for them. I was so possessed by creating Delirium that keeping with her changeling essence I made a few incarnations. The one I sent to JBW, I called, A Little Delirium which is a paler version of our Delirium. I am also in the process fine tuning one that is Delight before she was became her more delirious self. And yes, I do believe I am on my way to creating all of the Endless ones.

Right now our lovely friend Shannon is knitting a Wonder Shawl out of it and Solstice.

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So pretty! Can’t wait until she gets to the lacy part. Hurry up Shannon!

Okay I have got to make a run to the PO with the afternoon mailing before it is too late.

Our Specials are on for one more week folks! I really mean it this time. So get them while you can!

Super Woobu-LITE

Super Foot

I hope everyone has the best of weekends. I am headed to Coastal Yarns tomorrow morning with a whole bunch of yarn. So if you at the coast be sure to drop by!

Stay cool!

oh….I almost forgot!








baby chicks!!!