Restocking Day

Today is a big day in the studio. I just restocked several pounds of undyed merino and corriedale cross top roving for hand-dyed fiber braids, dyed merino for custom blended fiber batts, and undyed prespun sock skeins for hand dying. Now the creative part of the journey begins. I’ll post pictures and links to YouTube…

Sneak Peek…

At what I’ve been working on. The fall collection RIVENDELL will launch in the next few days. Subscribers to the newsletter (sign-up link at the top of the page) will get a 10% discount to all of the yarn in this collection.

A Day at the Dye Pots

Look for these two tonals in DK in the next shop update. I’ll post pics as they’re cooled, washed and dried as well.

Ah, Monday.

Not only is it Monday but we started the day with 10″ of fresh snow. We’re supposed to get another 6″ tomorrow. I hope it’s clear for Halloween later this week, at least. Other than the snow, we’re doing well at Casa Strawberry Hill. I did get a ship notice on some new yarn bases…

Lucky Whoops

I was dyeing a new colorway (Soleil) and an old colorway (Titania) today on my wool/silk 80/20 fingering base. After everything was said and done and in the pans cooling I sat back looking at my work and realized – I just dyed the color combo the Reyna shawl I’m knitting (you can find pics…

A Custom Order Kind of Morning

Working on another custom order…This is a beautiful SW Merino/Silk base.The order was so light a grey it just takes the warm off the base. Then light blue speckles. It’s gorgeous!Like it?

A Day at the Dye Pots – RIPTIDE

I posted another video of how I dye this beautiful colorway. Subscribe to my Youtube channel and you’ll be the first ones to see when I post more dyeing videos.

A Day at the Dye Pots – COWGIRL

I made a video of my dyeing process for my Cowgirl colorway. You can find it on my channel (link above and below). Subscribe to my Youtube channel so you’re the first one to see when I post new dyeing vlogs.

Oberon Colorway

A customer knit these gloves out of my Oberon colorway on a fingering weight yarn. Aren’t they beautiful?