Category Archives: stash

Commercial Yarn…Understanding it from a crafters point of view…

Ok…I know we buy a lot of yarn, because we use a lot of yarn. I myself have been buying more than I have in the past five years, because a) all my hand spun is committed at the moment … Continue reading

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Easy, Fun, and Green!

Coin Purse Originally uploaded by CMHS yarn & designs (laurie wheeler). This little coin purse was inspired by a design by Jan Neitzel in the book Kooky Crochet by Linda Kopp (Lark Publishing). The pattern is called “2 Liter Purse” … Continue reading

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Up Coming Events~Handspinning

Hey don’t forget the Lulu Store folks!!   It’s that time of year again! Hand Spinning Demos abound!  The first of this season is at the Camano Island Libary, located in the Terry’s Corner compex on Camano Island, WA. Myself … Continue reading

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This is what I was doing when…

Pirate Costume 2 Originally uploaded by CMHS yarn & designs (laurie wheeler). Ok, I have a lot of work to do, but I got this bee in my bonnet and I decided I HAD to make myself a pirate outfit. … Continue reading

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Get Ready Get Set… Get it done

I have been remiss in my blog writting as of late. As you, my dearest readers know, I have been a very busy camper. It seems that I shall continue this busy-ness and business!  This week is indeed dedicated to … Continue reading

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Yarn, Crochet and New Year

Wow…2008 already. So, I start the year not with resolutions but with a HUGE to-do list. I have three submissions to finish Yarn to keep spinning More to put into the Etsy shop (which is really annoying to do on … Continue reading

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ETSY SHOP UPDATE

Ok! I did it…I was good and went and updated my etsy shop. I had meant to have my complete catalogue on my own website up and running by now…but um, yeah…the holidays!  That and my ads on Ravelry.com have … Continue reading

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