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  • Leslee Perez of Texas shared this photo of the box she knit then felted with our yarn.

    The photo arrived at a perfect time as a customer was asking about using our yarn for a knit the felt purse. I always explain it takes our yarn much longer to felt in the washing machine because of the fine grade of wool; but Leslee's picture said it much better

    They call her Bell... and she would be the Belle of the Ball wearing her new bolero shrug.

    Looks like Bell is rather pleased at the knitting her grandmother Karen Sanchez did just for her. It is knit in Marr Haven Lilac Heather from a pattern in the One Skein Wonder book.



    Emily Johnston of Michigan designed and knit this great hoodie in Burgundy Heather for her niece. I love the cable detail which is on the sleeves and shoulders as well as the front.

    Emily said: "This was the first time I combined patterns to get what I wanted and I'm very happy with the results. Ann Budd's sweater pattern book came to the rescue to give me a starting foundation."

    Thank you Emily for the inspiration to branch out with our knitting ideas.

    Barbara West of Michigan needle felted this lovely hat and bag set

    I hope you can see the design detail, it looks like elongated beads. They add just the right sparkle. I think Barbara began her hat needle felting the beginning of this year.

    Joan Brattlof of Florida paints with fiber and embellishes the pictures with her embroidery machine. The "windows" are a combination embroidery and appliqué. Her use of different needlework and fiber arts is a very pleasing union.

    She only does her work for herself and isn't really interested in selling anything, but she says, I'm sure having a lot of fun.

    Bootsie Robison has sheep on her farm in Ohio and one of the fun things she is doing with their fleeces is needle felting pincushions. She uses our dyed Merino fiber to top her own wool. She says "I find them so enjoyable to do because they are quick, easy, and salable. And they give the the freedom to experiment with colors and designs."

    She also dyes some of her wool. I think she has remarkable skills in reproducing very authentic color and design with her flowers.

    Debbie Brisson didn't waste any time making this darling teddy. Her fibers arrived on Saturday morning and by that evening, Bailey was complete with little dark foot pads and toes. She said she couldn't wait to start another one.

    Debbie has give Bailey great facial character which shows how much fun she had needle felting.

    When Aimee Nemeth of Wyoming chose one of my favorite merino top colors to spin; I asked to see a picture when she finished. I am so glad she agreed.

    She is such an accomplished spinner and knitter.