Hello from Whistler Canada! I am writing this while here with my family enjoying a week of vacation before school starts. While my family sleeps in each morning I work on writing up my toe-up sock pattern. I want this pattern to be available along with the sock yarns at this fall’s fiber events. This pattern is actuallyContinue reading “Update from Whistler, Canada”
Hi everyone! I am confirmed for booth space for Fiber Fusion Northwest in Monroe, Washington on October 19 and 20, 2013. I will join the market at this event for the first time, and I look forward to seeing you at the Evergreen State Fair grounds. You can find out more about this event atContinue reading “Upcoming Appearances at Fiber Fusion Northwest and Knit Fit”
The Jorstad Creek booth was swamped with visitors and friends stopping by to look at the locally produced yarn, fiber, and hand dyed yarns displayed with our samples. The Madrona Fiber Arts Festival is a four day retreat that took place on February 14 – 17. We were asked to join other vendors in theContinue reading “In the aftermath of Madrona…”
Hello dear friends, the yarn shopping website is up and running! I am pleased to be able to show fabulous pictures of the colors and yarns I’ve been working with all year available for purchase through Pay Pal. To check out the new website click on the text jorstad creek. Available for purchase is theContinue reading “Website is up and Madrona Fiber Arts”
Hello readers! This is my first time producing a blog. It feels like riding a bike for the first time without training wheels, a little exhilarating and a whole lot scarey. Please have patience while I adjust to the idea of publishing my words for the viewing public!A few words about “my” sheep. I do notContinue reading “Mogul-jumping sheep!”
I just told my friends on facebook about my new blog, and even though the content isn’t all uploaded I hope my friends will check back and follow my efforts!
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