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The wool and mohair used in my handspun yarns is grown on sheep and angora goats tended by local shepherdess. I buy only the softest and cleanest freshly sheared fleeces. I wash, pick, card, dye and spin these fibers into colorful, uniquely textured, one of a kind yarns.

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September 19, 2017

this wednesday Sept 20 I will not be at the market. you can find me hiking inthe snow at Glacier Park and sitting by the fire at Glacier lodge knitting.!! so I will have some new hats and shawls when i see you:

SAturday SEPT 23, 2017

Celebrate fall at the Farmers' Market. Fun activities for the family, and plenty of fall goodies to enjoy. Bring the kids to stuff a scarecrow or paint a pumpkin. Apple cider, corn stalks, pumpkins and squash join the usual abundance of late season produce, baked goods, jams and salsa, plants, eggs, cheese, meat, honey and crafts. Eveything is grown or produced by our local vendors. It's a fun way to usher in the Autumn season!

SEP23
Sat 9 AM · Highway 95 & Prairie Avenue, Hayden

September 16, 2017

today saturday sept 16 will be a beautiful market day. temps only to be in the 60s.  I will be set up at our Kootenai County Farmers Market. located at 95 & Prairie north end of CoeurdAlene Idaho. open 9 to 1:30. i am booth 71, behind stage.

we have lots of fall produce, good things to eat trght there and live music.

i have a few of mt freshly dyed indigo yarns and another new colorway' Flowers in the Rain'. also a couple new simple shawls and hats. 

see you there.


September 13, 2017

WEdnesday Sept 13,  I will be set up at our  downtown Coeurd Alene Farmers Market, on 5th off Sherman. open 4-6:30. closing 30 min early because the sun is setting earlier.

yesterday I dyed with Indigo. it is just magical. check out my FB posts to see pictures. i need to let the mohair locks I dyed set and dry for a couple weeks. then it will be ready to spin and give the final scrubbing.  


September 8, 2017

 

Saturday September 9, Fall is rolling in Fast. As in Our air is thick with smoke from surrounding forest fires. 

I will be set up as usual, behind the satge at our Kootenai County Farmers Market. located at 95 & Prairie north end of CoeurdAlene Idaho. open 9 to 1:30. I have several new fall colorways. Each rich jewel tones. Big soft squishy 105 yard skeins and some smaller sizes also. finished a couple new shawls.

**Thank you all at Schweitzer Fall Festival for braving the heat and smoke. I hope you are enjoying your new hats, shawls and yarn!

MARKET IS OPEN – RAIN, SHINE OR SMOKE!

Our farmers are hearty.  They’ve been diligently watering, weeding and harvesting despite the challenging air quality conditions.  We’ve even heard that some are wearing respirators while working in their gardens!  That means there will be lots of variety for those of you who are able to join us at market this week.  Late season crops like apples, corn and squash, are coming on in abundance.  We’re also seeing the return of some of our favorite cool weather crops like fennel and arugula, in part due to the cooler temps brought on by the smoke.

While our market and gardens go on, our thoughts are with firefighters and all the families affected by wildfire.

Fresh this Week:   Corn, Arugula, Fennel, Squash, Spinach, Apples, Melons, Peaches, Nectarines, Tomatoes (including Cherry, Roma, Gold, Yellow, Compari, and Heirlooms), Zucchini, Kale, Chard, Head Lettuce, Carrots, Beets, wide assortment of  sweet and hot peppers (including Poblano, Jalapeno, Serrano, Pepperoncini, Shishito, Corno Di Toro, Pimento, Chocolate), Radishes, Garlic, Basil, Parsley, Cilantro, Broccoli, Cabbage, Green Onions, Potatoes, Red/Yellow Onions, Cucumbers (including Pickling European, Asian and Lemon), Heirloom Beans, Eggplant, Sweet Peppers, Cauliflower, Napa Cabbage, Edamame, Leeks, Blueberries, and Green Beans.

SEE YOU THERE :)


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