Featured Maker: The Hillside Owlery

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Hi friends!
Today we have another Featured Maker from the February yARNaBLE box.  Miriam of the Hillside Owlery.  She offers stitch markers, progress keepers, and cross stitch project bags.Here is a little bit more about Miriam:
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A History of Fiber: Knitting

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Weaving of textiles has been around almost since the beginning of man. However, knitting took longer to create.  Like weaving, knitting's history is a bit of guess work but from the items found, anthologists believe knitting originated in the Middle East around the 5th century.  Like weaving, these items were typically made of cotton until the trade traveled to Europe where wool and silk were popular.
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FO: Find Your Fade Shawl

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See how the 2019 Advent Mini skeins look knit with the Find Your Fade Shawl by Andrea Mowry.
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A History of Fiber: Dyeing

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Our previous episode began at the beginning, as any good story would.  However, it is time to discuss an important part of fiber-dyeing!
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Featured Maker: Sami Sews

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I'd love to introduce our Featured Maker for January-Sami Sews!  If you are a yARNaBLE subscriber, you will receive one of her handcrafted progress keepers in the January box.  She has beautiful stitch markers in her Etsy shop.  We asked her to share something about herself.  Grab a cup of coffee or tea and your yarny project and learn more about our Featured Maker! "My story: You never stay where you start. You make your way through a journey to end in a place so much more amazing than before. I started my crafting journey 5 years ago with blankets...

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6th Holly Day - Rudolph's Ribbon Candy

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Last but not least, we end our 6 Holly Days with Rudolph's Ribbon Candy.  This hat pattern is also knit using DK or fingering weight held double.  By simply alternating two colors, you can create the old fashioned sweet treat! Click here to head over to the pattern landing page.  Simply enter your email and the pattern will be sent right to your inbox!

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