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Cabled Fiber& Yarn in Port Angeles

If you’re planning a visit to Port Angeles – or you live there – be sure to stop by Cabled Fiber & Yarn at 125 West 1st Street. In addition to a store full of gorgeous yarns, you’ll find luscious skeins of my forest moss, jewel tone and teal yarns. Better hurry, they say it won’t be there for long!

forest

 

Bazaar Girls Now Carrying Rainey Creek Yarns

If you’re planning a visit to Port Townsend – or you live there – be sure to stop by Bazaar Girls Yarn Shop and Fibre Emporium at 126 Quincy Street. In addition to a store full of gorgeous yarns, you will find ten skeins of my un-dyed Shetland. That’s 266 yards of fingering weight yarn with fabulous loft. Better hurry, they say it won’t be there for long!

undyed shetland

Floored by Design

A project I recently finished are two small area rugs, Wild Flowers. For the warp, I used Navaho rug warp (wool) and for the weft, wool roving from my Romney sheep. Wool roving are soft strands of carded wool that have not yet been spun into yarn. Wool roving has many uses, but in weaving the roving makes an especially nice weft for items such as rugs. The roving is soft and warm underfoot. The colorway for these two rugs is moss and forest greens. I was really pleased with how the rugs turned out, the colors are lush and gorgeous. The one rug is named Indian Paintbrush and the other Lupine.

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weaving rug

The weaving process

indian paintbrush

Indian Paintbrush

 

lupine

Lupine