Winter is here and the cold weather always makes our family grateful that we have a warm home to live in during the frigid winter months. Watching the wildlife outside our window sparks intrigue and amazement at their resilience through these extremely cold temperatures. In this moment, I am watching a squirrel nibble on an over ripened apple that we tossed under the cedar row just out our kitchen door. One person's old apple is another squirrel's treasure.
The winter season is a fantastic time to work on cozy alpaca scarves, rugs, and other fleece creations for our friends and customers. I just completed a Windy scarf using the hand/finger knitting technique. No tools required. A tradition that has probably been around for a very long time.
The couple that processes our fibers in Utah is finishing up another order. We will have some exciting natural on natural blends and a few bumps of colorful silk interwoven through our alpaca yarn. Very fine indeed. Thank you Spinderella's!
Wishing you all a wonderful holiday season filled with joy and love. May your days be merry and bright.
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