Wednesday, November 10, 2010


spilled wine

just peachy
silver lining
memories of summer

Lest you think I only jet around the world all the time, I have been busy dyeing the new watercolors sock yarn (75% superwash merino, 25% nylon, 460 yds/100g). Today I managed to style and photograph a few, put them up on etsy, label them, and later will go to The Spinning Room to make a delivery. Trumpet Hill is getting theirs on Friday morning, Rochester's Yarn Boutique the beginning of December. I have several more colors such as greens and teal and past midnight...I must ask you to check back here to see them!

I will also be at the Troy Farmers Market every Saturday until Christmas, and on November 21st, I will be at my friend Ricky's Annual Holiday Open House in Delmar (deets to come).

For the Tight Knit/Farmers Market I will bring a selection of all of my yarns, including a colorful sale bin! I hope to see all my local fans there starting this Saturday at 9 am!


  1. The new yarn photos are so dramatic and beautiful!

  2. Ooh, I wish I could come to your farmers market just to feel your new yarn! It is so pretty!!! I have yet to decide what colorway I like best - I'm drawn to the grayish-purple though. If you are ever in need of stitch markers, I'd welcome a trade (as I'm still cold sheeping). But no worries, I can always purchase after December 12th (not that I'm counting...) :)

  3. The colors are gorgeous! Very nice job!

    I just found your blog and love it also. I was shocked to read that your name is Karin also and your family comes from Germany too. My Mom comes from a small village (Dittelbrunn) outside of Schweinfurt. Small world. :)

    Have a great weekend!


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