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Learning and Building

Next week is the third annual Central Carolina Yarn Crawl!  Seven local yarn shops work together to create a fun weekend for their yarn and fiber enthusiasts.  And this year is the first year that I will have my own hand-dyed yarns on display for the crawl. This all means that I have had quite…

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Learning Day

I have a workshop coming up, and I am really looking forward to getting a chance to talk to some pretty awesome agriculture teachers. They are high school teachers who are wanting to explore Farm-to-Table and Fleece-to-Fiber topics to bring back to their classrooms in the Fall. Which launched me into evaluating and considering what…

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Why “Transcend?”

“Transcend,” according to the built-in dictionary of Google, is a verb which means to be or go beyond the range or limits of (something abstract, typically a conceptual field or division).  It also means to surpass (a person or achievement). So why “Transcend Fiber Studio?”  For several reasons, actually.  For one, this word seems to…

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Studio Tour

My fiber studio is the happiest place in my world.  I have spent a lot of time there lately, working on dressing my looms and dyeing yarn and fiber for the Central Carolina Yarn Crawl.  And now that I have my blog/webpage back up and running (finally and sorry about that!), I thought I would…

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Dirty Little Secret

I have too much fleece.  I never thought that was a thing.  But sure enough, I have too much.  My fiber processing and storage room is overwhelmed.  And even worse, all of my fleece is dirty.  Take a look at my storage room!  It is just awful!  Today is the day, though. Today, I will…

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