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||Posted - 03/16/2011 : 6:45:56 PM
It's been such a difficult news week - and an even more difficult reality for our many friends in Japan - that I thought perhaps people would enjoy a momentary escape into the comforting realm of yarn. So this week I take you on a road trip to Belfast, Maine, and a small farm and spinning company called Good Karma Farm. Enjoy!
Your friendly Knitter's Review publisher
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||Posted - 06/01/2011 : 7:12:15 PM
Good Karma Farm will be at the Maine Fiber Frolic (June 4 and 5 at the Windsor Fairgrounds) so I'll be sure to stop by their booth and fondle their yarns ;)
||Posted - 03/19/2011 : 08:10:57 AM
The momentary escape is most appreciated. This is am interesting thorough review & one that makes me inclined to want to see/buy this yarn.
Thank you kindly, Clara.
||Posted - 03/18/2011 : 10:44:33 AM
i just wanted to say
"Works to support her new hobby of knitting and old hobby of mandolin playing"
||Posted - 03/17/2011 : 06:42:29 AM
Thank you for the link to Heavenly Socks. What a great web site this is. Not only does it include a couple of free knitting patterns, but it serves as a guide for places to visit in Belfast. Although the web site is not an online store, it invites questions about the stock. It makes me want to make the drive from upstate NY to Belfast, ME. I signed up for the monthly newsletter.