So our new website is not quite finished!  So you are getting directed to our woefully neglected blog!

Hopefully the new site will be done and look sparkly new and fresh soon!

In the meantime I will try and post more on the blog!

Hand Dyed Holiday is this Saturday, December 12th – we will be featuring Madelinetosh, Leading Men Fiber Arts and Zen Yarn Garden Trunk shows – We will have around 2,000 skeins of new hand dyed yarn for the event.  The shop will open at 10am!  Hope to see you there.  See the event on facebook for more information!

Our calendar is available here for class listings!

Spring is in the air

It has been a rough start to spring around here, but hopefully the weather today is a good indication of things to come in the next few weeks!

We are having Jen Lucas in the store on May 5th to teach two classes on lace knitting and lace borders, both are great classes for any level of knitting.  If you are just thinking about starting to knit lace, the lace stitches class would be a great place to start!

I just got done updating the website with a new spring yarn from Berroco called Maya, it’s a beautiful blend of cotton and alpaca.  It is a chainette construction so it helps keep both fibers bouncy and prevents drouping in a heavier garment.  There is a shawl in the shop made up from this and it is the perfect weight for wrapping around the shoulders in a chilly restaurant or theatre.



Tonight is downtown Morris Trick or Treat night between 5-7. We are looking forward to seeing all the little ones in their costumes.

I just sent out the November class list, if anyone isn’t on the mailing list and would like to be please let me know!

We have a few spots left in the Amy Herzog classes the weekend of November 3rd & 4th. If you have any question about the event let me know!

More Fall Yarn

2 new yarns came in yesterday and are ready to be knitted/crocheted!

The first is Zauberball 100, which is just like Zauberball (which everyone knows I love!) except it’s 100 percent wool instead of having the additional nylon content. It’s meant for shawls and garments besides socks, which need the nylon for strength.


Colors are here.

The 2nd yarn is Schulana Milford, it’s a beautiful rustic looking tweed.  It’s a blend of silk, wool, and alpaca with tons of softness and some sheen.  Available colors here.

Amy Herzog Lecture



A number of people have asked me about the Amy Herzog lecture.  The lecture is a great option for anyone.  It’s an hour of her talking about the big concepts of her fit to flatter series and an hour to be able to ask questions.

If you haven’t progressed to making sweaters yet this is still a great option to learn the big concepts and know what to think about when you are making your first sweater!

Feel free to contact me with any other questions!


Liberty Wool Light

Have you seen Liberty Wool Light yet?  Everyone knows I love Liberty Wool, the fun and unique combinations of colors and the gentle color shifting in some contrasted with the less gentle changes in others.  It’s also super soft and machine washable so it’s great for every day wear.  So Liberty Wool Light is the same colorways and fiber content as Liberty Wool in sport weight.  Making it even better for early fall sweaters that can transition into winter for layering pieces, or great for people who work in an office with fluctuating temperatures.