May 9, 2013
Like people, some yarns are better storytellers than others. This week, I present a veritable Mark Twain of yarns, one that combines not one but two story lines.
You may recognize the names Kristine Vejar and Sally Fox—the former for her pioneering work in natural dye, the latter for her pioneering work in organic naturally colored cotton. They have now come together in a yarn fittingly called Pioneer.
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On the Cover
Pioneer in a sunbeam
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