Cardigans, Pullovers, Tunics, and Vests in assorted styles and colors.
Sweater designs are simple and sweet, timeless with a twist, some fitted, some draped, to honor any body type, and finished with hand crochet of an accent color or hand-spun luxury fibers of silk, alpaca, merino, or blends.
Each piece is hand-loomed by local artisans, and finished with their own special touches. Button accents are often handmade and chosen for each piece.
Seaglass, Colorful Ceramic, Beach Stone with Silver Wire, Collected Antiques, or precious Metal Clay are just some of the novelty buttons used.
Thank you Nanne! I am excited about my new yarn. I have my next two sweaters planned out. You and your yarn are my favorites!!!
Good blanket. Great gift. Happy New Year!
I purchased that wonderful king size blanket at Grand Lakes Stream on Saturday. Wanted to tell you how great it looks when spread out. I stumbled on its wonderful provenance. I admire the work you have done, the history of your operation and the attitude which drove you.
Continually amazed at the blanket – not heavy or thick but warm like no other. Other, being a scratchy olive drab GI Issue and a Hudson Bay which are on the shelf.
I’m sending this to let you know how much I love my new wool throw. It is soooo warm. And it Is soft. I feel like I’m being hugged when I wrap it around myself. I love it.
There really isn’t any better way to describe your yarn other than it is delicious? Scrumptious? It was worth every penny I paid for it, and can’t wait to use your yarn again. Thanks so much for being so willing to try to match it for me if I ran short. I made the Skogafjall by Dianna Walla. Sweater weighs 500 grams total. 4 skeins main color 22 grams left over. 1 skein each contrast. Purple 62 grams leftover. Light Green 84 grams leftover. I haven’t found many pictures showing how great your yarn truly is.
Thanks so much! God bless you. One of the most impressive things about many of the vendors at the festival including you is your connection to the land, to blessed animals we love so much and staying with traditional ways of living. Something about our current time period and how crazy everything has become – makes the tender real nature of your reality soothing, comforting to me. How incredible you have that many sheep! Wow! Keep up your amazing commitment and I’ll see you next year for sure if not sooner in a visit to Maine.