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“Skywalker”


Aunt Geri here with the latest Magic Scarf creation. This scarf is thick and Uncle Jerry says it’s just “beefy”. It is a wonderful alpaca boucle with a variegated wool strand and a ribbon. The name came about as we … Continue reading

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“Lupine Fields…….”


Aunt Geri here – check out this color combo on my latest Patty scarf!  This would go well with either the periwinkle or minty green Techno hats we just introduced.   The yarn selection was interesting – one three-ply and one boucle … Continue reading

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Thank goodness it’s Friday (and look! a scarf!)


Hi all, Kirstin here. I love those craft shows, but I have to admit, they take a ton out of us. Dad is travelling today, Mom is up to her elbows in…barn stuff. Let’s leave it at that. And I’ve … Continue reading

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Forever Yours-Forever Scarves


I have been seeing them everywhere these days. When I finally had the time to knit a scarf for myself I chose to make one of these. I designed my forever scarf to match one of my  dressy blouses, and … Continue reading

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Sparkly scarves!


Thank goodness I’m not the only crafter in the family! Mom, who knits using a rake loom, has been busy. She knit this pile of sparkles using one strand of handspun suri alpaca yarn (that’s the gray) and one strand of blue … Continue reading

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Really, really delayed follow up


Do you all remember that funky yarn I spun, way before Christmas? It looked like this (because this is it): It’s a two ply yarn. One of the singles has Tuscany’s lovely white fiber as a base, with just a … Continue reading

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Artist bio: Aunt Geri


My Aunt Geri is an artist, a real one. We are lucky that lately she has been channelling her creativity into fiber art, rather than painting. The results have been astounding. I’ve compared felting to painting, but my work is … Continue reading

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