Summer knitting


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Do you knit in the summer? It almost seems contrary to me to be working in the heat of summer on projects made of warm, fuzzy fiber- but sometimes the urge to knit cannot be ignored, no matter the season!

I’ve started a small little project for one of the kids, and while it isn’t ready to show you yet, I wanted to share a bit about the wonderful woman responsible for producing the yarn I am using. Her name is Janet and the yarn has been spun from the animals she raises at Timber Creek Farm (check them out at http://timbercreekfarm.blogspot.com/ ).

To learn about how this fantastic yarn was processed, read her latest post: http://timbercreekfarm.blogspot.com/2013/06/singletons-fiber-processing-where-our.html

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