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An Interview with Jami of Cooke Creek Sheep Company

Jami is the first shepherd we have teamed up with for the Pacific Northwest Women of Wool project. I thought it would be fun to pair each launch wi...
Our Flag Means Death: Post-Izzy Update

Our Flag Means Death: Post-Izzy Update

I forget this blog exists sometimes, but here we are! Thank you so much to everyone who participated in and supported our "Our Flag Means Death" su...
DIY Garment Bags for Scouring

DIY Garment Bags for Scouring

Hello! Today I made the decision to be real extra and do a micro sheep to shawl competition, all on my own. Yes, that micro. I'm competing against ...

Weaving Basics Classes

I am so excited to be offering our Weaving Basics class, after a seven month hiatus. It is one of my favorite classes to teach, and as a student, w...
Dyeing with Fennel and Marijuana!

Dyeing with Fennel and Marijuana!

Natural Dyeing season has begun! I've started dyeing Forage again, our line of eco-processed washable organic merino wool yarn. Our first dyes of t...

Sustainable Packaging

Sustainable packaging is something I spend a lot of my time thinking about. When I ran a yarn store, I was amazed and slightly horrified at the am...
The Sustainability of Bamboo Rayon

The Sustainability of Bamboo Rayon

This started as a thread in MOFA (Mildly Offensive Fiber Artists) on Facebook, and quickly spilled over onto my personal page. I wound up in a thre...
Fauntleroy Cowl

Fauntleroy Cowl

The Fauntleroy Cowl   I love me some chevrons. They're bold, geometric, and versatile. They're in my logo, they're in my weaving. It's a thing. I'...