Natural and Oatmeal

IMG_1227So continuing  my month of February anniversary, I’ve been focusing a lot on Fisherman’s Wool. That was the yarn I started with, the company that has always been good to me, and a pleasantly easy yarn to work with. (And a head’s up! If you can find a Joann’s, they’ll take your Michael’s or Hobby Lobby coupons for %50 off and you can get a skein of Fisherman’s Wool for nearly $6 and make at LEAST three bears with my pattern). So, here is a bear made with Natural, Oatmeal, and Nature’s Brown. He comes complete with a removable hat and scarf, measures 12″ from head to toe, and is ready to ship with a signed card by me. If you’d like to adopt him, click here.

And on to other things. Lots of work going on here this weekend. A great army of people are helping with some new ideas, some new direction, some help with publicity, some help with knitting and some help with branding. Lots going on over here. Good things to help continue. Very good things. It has become time to begin enlisting the aid of people and their talents. This can no longer be a one man gig, for that is starting to crush me. So, consider today the very first day of think-tanks in my little war room. 🙂

Hope you are all well. More to come. LOTS more to come.





  1. Congratulations! I think you’re on the right track now. You definitely need some help managing orders and keeping organized. Now that you’re becoming so well-known, there’s no way you can continue to meet your customers’ expectations all on your own. It would break my heart to see your little entreprise fail when you’ve worked so hard to make it succeed. Wishing you all the best of luck in your endeavours.

  2. Little war room? But you are referring, no doubt, to the “war” of organization of your time, of instructing your willing helpful friends, of developing your patterns (and writing them out!), of the busy-ness (and fussiness) of the business end. Yep, I can see the “war” but in the end you’ll have something very beautiful and satisfying – a part of your life that you’ve truly lived to the fullest and thoroughly enjoyed. Love reading your posts.

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