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Don't we all love the cooler weather ... 
when we can (comfortably) snuggle up with our loved ones 
and our lovely projects, just enjoy our lives for a bit?!?
(Never mind that it was near 100° here yesterday!)
Thanks to all who are shopping the Forbidden Fiber Co. Trunk show ... it will be here through the end of next week. And every time you shop it, you're entered in our door prize drawing ... that gorgeous pack of 13 minis (this set makes any of FFC's 13 Days of Halloween box patterns, including [but not limited to: Optical Illusions Shawl by Afifa!) in it's own cute sparkly project bag! Plus we have Halloweenie eat treats!
Y'all seem to be loving the Feederbrook Farm's Entropy DK, and we'd love to place a reorder ... come on in & pick your colors while the selection is good! 260 yards of gradient 2-ply DK 100% BFL, made in the USA, $30/skein! 

Waiting with bated breath to learn my progress on Ambah's Moonflowers Shawl? Well, here ya go ~ I finished it yesterday afternoon, and it is just gorgeous (if I do say so myself ... which I just did). This was such a fun mosaic knit (which always looks more difficult than it is). What yarns? I pulled two similar skeins of Madelinetosh OOAK TOSH DK in a dark fade to black & back teal  (4 oz. each for a total of 8 oz., or 450 yds. ) and one skein of Feederbrook Farm Entropy DK 'Symposis' (4 oz., 260 yds.) Remainder? 2 oz. of the MadTosh DK, 2 yards of the Feederbrook (want to talk about "yarn chicken"?); used an Addi (meh) US#8 32" circular. Blocking has yet to occur, expecting that this will block out to about 120" x 36", for a long, cozy wrap around your neck scarf/shawl garment! It is a gorgeous & pretty simple 3-skein project.
We have restocks of the most loved ChiaoGoo needle sets, as well as a good selection of needles. We also have Lykke Driftwood, Copper, and Bamboo sets. And ... we’ve doubled down on our 16” ChiaoGoo circs as well as we head into hat season!
Well, time to wind this one up. We had a great time at Dinner on Main Street on Sunday (sorry for the hat class disturbance, it never even really crossed my mind!). It was a lovely event, and thanks for including this little shop. Watching our flag unfurl from the front porch of the shop was ... gratifying. 
Yours in yarn, 

PS ... Art in the Park is next Saturday, October 1 ... this is a lovely homegrown artisan festival at Burns Park that just gets better each year! More info next week, but save the date!
Ewe & Company
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