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I'm an indie fiber artist specializing in rich, saturated kettle-dyed yarns, vibrant hand-painted rovings, and ​fun-to-knit, creative hand-knitting patterns.

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May 2019 New and Noteworthy

Wooly Wonka Fibers

First, I wanted to let shoppers know that I will be away on holiday from May 8th through 20th. While the shop will be open during that time, I will not be able to fulfill any orders until I return home, so thank you in advance for your patience. Pattern downloads via Ravelry, however, are available 24/7, as always!

sabino Socks

Next up,  I was really pleased to be asked to design a pair of New Mexico themed socks using my Rhiannon Sock for the newest edition of Nomadic Knits. 

The Arizona/New Mexico themed collection has lots of great patterns, and my Sabino socks are included in that group (see samples above).  Knit using one skein of Copper Rivet, and 3 mini skeins of gradient blues, these are a fun way to tip your toes (pun intended!) into the stranded knitting pool.  For this pattern, please see the edition 3 Ravelry page for this collection.  If you'd like to order a yarn pack, please Contact Me and I'll be glad to get you taken care of.

Beltane Vest shown here in Finullgarn wool

Beltane Vest shown here in Finullgarn wool

Also new is the next piece in my Celtic garment collection - a vest themed for Beltane, or May Day. This unisex vest is knit using traditional Fair Isle stranded patterns, and is worked in 5 colors in Finullgarn wool. The hems and bands are worked in a corrugated ribbing, and the garment is constructed using steeks for the arm openings and V-neck. You can find the pattern here on Ravelry, available for immediate PDF download.

Beltane Vest - Back view

Beltane Vest - Back view

A reminder as well about some upcoming teaching dates for me:

August 2-4, 2019

SAVE THE DATE(S) - STITCHES MIDWEST

I'm teaching two 6-hour classes at Stitches Midwest this summer, and as well, just got notification that I will be also teaching at the brand-new Stitches Salt Lake City in early October! More details to come on that as I have them but I'm excited about this new event. I will, of course, also have yarn available in The Yarn Guys/Wall of Yarn booth spaces, as well as patterns and kits. You can find all the information about the Midwest event here and hope to see some of you there!

April 2019 New and Noteworthy

Wooly Wonka Fibers

Hello friends! It’s getting to be spring here in the Northern hemisphere, and I’m happy to let you know of a few items of note as we head into the warmer months.

I have a new design release for the Celtic Collection of garments I’ve been working on this year: Ostara. This women’s vest features traditional fair-isle colorwork patterning, as well as a stylized iris motif at the border. It is knit in the round with steeks at the V-neckline and armholes.

Ostara vest

It’s shown here in Finullgarn fingering-weight wool (available from The Yarn Guys/Wall of Yarn) and it’s available right now as a PDF download on Ravelry.


Ostara Vest

Ostara Vest

Also released in the last month or so is a new pair of lace socks - Fern. These are sized for a ladies’ foot and feature a delicate fern front lace pattern on the front and back of the leg, which continues down onto the foot. The pattern contains 3 sizes for women, and can be knit with one skein of most sock-weight yarn put-ups. It’s shown here in the Willow colorway on Rhiannon Sock.

Fern Socks


Finally, save the date(s)! I’ll be vending and teaching at Stitches Midwest the first weekend in August!


Stitches Midwest.jpg


I’ll be teaching a top-down yoke sweater customization class, as well as a colorwork color palette inspiration class. You can find information on these (and all the great classes available from the Stitches Events folks) on the XRX website here. Hope to see you there!