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(0) New DK Minis Are Here!

You asked for them and I listened!  Faithful DK Minis are finally listed.  These are so soft and comfy and are sold in sets or singles.  Fiber content is 75% Superwash Merino and 25% Nylon.  You will want to grab a few for your mini projects!

"In the Meadow" is a beautiful semi-solid set reminiscent of colors of nature with rich hues of colors and neutrals.

In The Meadow

"Whimsical Garden" is a speckled set that reminds me of a garden full of specks of color that you would find in a fairy tale, or maybe in just any garden.

We have a few single minis in an array of colors with more coming very soon!

Stay tuned for more DK minis as well as some other new bases!

(0) Egg Mug Rug Set

We all love kits, don't we?  I have so much fun dyeing yarn, but I also love sewing and other crafts as well.  As a small business owner, I am always looking for something new to make to add to my store and new ways to market my products.  After all, it is a part of a business, and it is one I am not really good at.  With Easter right around the corner, I wanted to do something special but wasn't sure what to do.  I had a conversation with one of my nieces (she helps me tremendously with ideas and opinions) and she gave me an idea of what other indie dyers were doing for Easter.  Then I happened upon this egg mug rug design by Reen Wilcoxson of Embroidery Designs and thought, hmmm, I think this might be a good idea and decided it was the perfect pairing with a set of Treasure Dust Minis dyed in a special Easter colorway.  So I consulted my niece (Becky) to see if it would be something she would purchase as a customer and she thought it was a great idea.  So, I stitched up an egg mug rug, dyed some minis in pastels and got some opinions from Becky and other family members (my sister, Kitty, and Daughter-in-law, Cierra) to see what they thought and voila!  The Egg Mug Rug Set was born with the colorway name of "Speckled Easter Eggs".  They are only around for Easter and that date is approaching fast!

Becky has given me other ideas too and we have been collaborating on other kits coming up soon so stay tuned for those!

(0) A New Website, A New Blog

Although I started my business back in August of 2017, I thought it was time to start a blog as well.  I have done a few YouTube videos as well.  We put up an e-commerce store last year, but had some trouble with the hosting and other technical issues.  So, we opted to go to another e-commerce site and hosting to better serve our customers.  I am hopeful that this will be better for the company and make the experience for you, our customers, easier and more user friendly!

I am blessed to have a son who is a computer programmer and willing to build the website.  Not to mention he has to help his mother understand and learn the process.  I love computers and working on the website, but not quite as much as crafting!  I could spend all my time creating if possible, but we all know that cannot happen.

I absolutely love to craft!  My mom taught me how to sew and crochet when I was quite young and it took off from there.  I have sewn my own clothes along with a myriad of other items, including doing alterations and my daughter-in-law's bridesmaids and maid of honor's dresses for her wedding.  Of course, I (and surely I cannot be the only one) cannot have just one passion when it comes to crafting.  I also love paper crafting, although I have not made anything to actually sell.  I do make cards for those that are close friends and family at times.  About 10 years ago I decided to learn how to knit and now knit more than I crochet.  My love for real wool yarn started then as my niece introduced me to the luxury yarns and I have never gone back.  In 2017, I took the foray into hand dyeing yarn and yet another passion was born!  I opened my Etsy store in August of 2017 and had my first trunk show at The Yarn Garden in Charlotte, Michigan.  I am not the only one who got their start from Lindsay Potter, owner of The Yarn Garden, and am ever thankful to her for such a great friendship as well as invaluable advice over the years and input as I started my fiber business.  I have been to several fiber related shows and will continue with those in the future.

So, stay posted for updates on shows, new yarns, new colors, and whatever else might be going on!

Happy treasure hunting

Missy :)