I can’t believe how fast the time flies. We have a new granddaughter Briar Leigh , born this year, and our little guy is now 3 years. Geez it goes so fast. Jim has retired and is my full time partner at the shows and driver for all events (yeah!!!)
For the business we’ve updated our yarns to more colors and a few less types. I really like the versatility of the rayon we have in our Rick Rack and our Zig Zag yarn. I use it for weaving, knitting, Tunisian crochet, crochet and artistic quilts. We are offering a few Merino wools yet too, as I happen to like to knit with superwash Merino wool. The Toasty toes yarn will continue, as will Michigan and Tippy toes. I am still dyeing up the roving braids for spinners too, currently I have a bump of Merino and Tencel also Faulkland , that I’m dyeing up in 8 oz braids.
Beaded Scarf kits seem to be on the fast lane again. I have brought in a line of beads that are pre-strung again, for ease. We will be putting up a tutorial as soon as the girls get it to me. The beads will be in a 6 string or 12 string choice of colors to match our Tippy toes yarn.
I’d love to see what you are all working on , with our yarn , so keep sending me pictures! Happy Holidays and a very happy New Year!
Jim and Tracey Schuh – owners of Interlacements Yarns