I have been making things ever since I was a child. I learned to sew from my mom, and have also done knitting, crocheting, macrame, embroidery, needlepoint, cross stitch, spinning, and felting. Over the last 10 years I have focused my creative energies on knitting, and spinning wool and other fibers into yarn.
In the fall of 2018 I bought all the inventory from “The Yarn Shop” in Glen Arbor, MI, my cousin’s business that closed when she decided it was time to retire at age 86. Currently the yarn from this store is for sale at Torri’s Tangles to Treasures in Fergus Falls. http://www.tanglestotreasures.com/
I also have yarn for sale at Torri’s that I have spun myself, and dryer balls I have been making.
My business name for selling yarn and other handmade goods.
Beautiful yarn for sale at Tangles to Treasures in Fergus Falls.
Qiviut yarn from Alaska. It is eight times warmer than wool and finer than cashmere.
Yarn that I spun, for sale at Tangles to Treasures.
My first scarf woven on a small table sized “rigid heddle” loom.
My mom and her aunt at the Yarn Shop in Glen Arbor, Michigan, in 1959.