In American yarn, few names evoke as much history as "Germantown." While there hasn't been a Germantown yarn in years, Courtney Kelley long dreamed of bringing it back.
If there's one thing I love more than a delicate, crunchy woolen-spun wool, it's the idea of a delicate, crunchy woolen-spun wool to which a dusting of cashmere has been added.
While searching for an ancient Ute Indian trail in the White River National Forest 25+ years ago, Andrew Gulliford stumbled upon a historic sheep “driveway” and a grove of aspen trees that the shepherds had used as their personal message board for years.
Already the driest continent on earth, Australia is in the grips of a severe drought that many farmers claim is the worst in living memory. The lack of water poses serious threats not only to crops but also to the fate of sheep farms and
"Textures are the new speckles." With those words, Malia Mae Joseph and Stephen West, of the Amsterdam yarn store Stephen & Penelope, kick off their new joint venture: West Wool.
How fitting that Stephen West, the same designer who led us into the speckled realm so many