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A New House and the RRRAGS Event!

I just bought and moved into a house of my very own! And you know what that means? A DEDICATED YARN ROOM. YEP. Dedicated to making yarn, spinning, winding, dyeing, and everything else yarn related I can fit into that 12x12 foot space! I just finished moving and will be unpacking all my stuff for a while now, but it's looking good so far. Pictures coming soon, when it doesn't look so much like a storage unit ^__^. Until then, you should mark your calendars for this awesome arts and craft fair:

Visit to see what other vendors will be there. My friend Erin of Milwaukee Mitten Co ( and I are sharing a table for this awesome event that helps support the arts in Milwaukee Schools. For more information and to RSVP, visit the Facebook page: for this event and get updates on all the super creative folks that are taking part!

The Details:

Where: The Falcon Bowl
801 E. Clarke Street
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53212

When: 12PM- 5PM Dec. 14th, 2014
$3 admission also buys 3 raffle ticket - you can donate as much as you like. 


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