Hill Country Weavers

My travels took me to Austin, TX for a family wedding last weekend, which is also the home of Hill Country Weavers. It’s made quite a few “Top Five Yarn Shops” lists, so I figured it was worth squeezing in a visit. We walked in. The mood was light, even though the air conditioner had […]

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Come Fly With Me

Let’s fly, let’s fly away… I do love Sinatra, and I’ve been running out of flying puns! And speaking of love, I had it at first sight when I saw Wingspan by Kyle Vey. It’s such a fun design, and there’s so many ways to wear it. You can play up the wings or tone […]

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Project Packing: Lake Edition

Summer in the Fahrlander family is marked by what we call “Lake Weekend.” We have family friends who live down at the Lake of the Ozarks, and the whole of each clan stays with them for a long weekend. It’s wonderful. We enjoy the water, play board games, and always take a trip to the […]

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One Year of Adventures!

FahrOut Fiber Adventures is celebrating its first anniversary today! I’ve had a lot of fun writing about all my fiber adventures, and I hope you’ve had fun reading about them. Of course, how better to celebrate an anniversary than with presents! I’m giving away three sets of locking stitch markers with my plying spider on […]

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The Stitchin’ Den

The main attraction was, of course, the Estes Park Wool Market, but Estes is so cool, we had to check out some of the local shops and restaurants. At one point, the purchases were starting to get a little cumbersome, and I decided to walk them back to the van. On my way back, up […]

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Estes Park Wool Market

Colorado has a special place in my heart. I have family sprinkled throughout the state, so we had many a family road trip where we crammed ourselves into my dad’s minivan. There are so many memories of hiking, fishing, panning for gold, rafting, and, of course, yarn shopping. As soon as I heard about a […]

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