I have been a passionate knitter for over 25 years and love all types of yarn, but especially worsted weight yarn.
While living in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, my family and I volunteered for over three years at a local living history museum and demonstrated the complete wool process in the 1750s log home. My husband and I showed thousands how the wool yarn was hand spun in the house, made into a hand dyed yarn, and then ultimately made into garments. I learned a tremendous amount about wool and fiber there.
Shortly after beginning work at the museum, I began to sell my excess handspun yarn and hand-knit items in the museum store. I even developed a hand dyed yarn line based on the colors of the museum.
Fast forward ten years. We now live in the hills of West Virginia and are on a quest to restart an old homestead. I have taken what I learned in those early years and am expanding on it.
You see, all the hand dyed yarn sales here are funding a unique project. My goal is to build a cabin near the road to sell wool yarn and demonstrate spinning again. I hope one day, we might even be able to own sheep!
Your purchases are a direct contribution to that dream.
I hope you enjoy looking through my shop. Please, feel free to ask any questions. I'm only a click away.
The yarn comes from a clean, non-smoking home.
My handspun and hand-dyed yarn is photographed to show the colors and texture. I also give a good description of the feel and fiber content of my handspun and hand-dyed yarns. Please understand that your monitor might not reflect the colors as they appear in the true form and that handspun and hand-dyed yarns is wonderfully unique skein to skein.
Watch as Kelly demonstrates how she works the wool from spinning to completed skein.
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