Recently Skeino donated yarn to 1st United Methodist Church in Crown Point, Indiana. The knitting group at the church call themselves the “Granny Knitters”. They knit scarves and then donate them to a Shelter for battered women and those that are homeless on the streets of their area and nearby Chicago.
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As you can see this week there is no video. I suffered an injury on my hand and I cannot knit well at the moment. Therefore I have this written post for you. We receive a lot of positive feedback from our customers about the colors of our yarns. As with many things in life, there are two important things about hand-dyeing yarns: education and experience. In today’s blog post I will talk about dyeing different types of fibers and how to care for them. The first and most important thing you have to consider is if a fiber is...