We are proud to present humanely processed leprechauns! As it were. So, technically the new green wheels aren't leprechauns, but they're still pretty magical.
Welcome, everyone, to 2023! For this New Year's Day, we're happy to announce a new color. By popular vote (and after careful prototyping), we've decided to introduce our most requested color to the shop.
My mother, a trooper, volunteered/invited me to decorate a Christmas tree for charity. When we arrived at the expo center, I felt immersed in Santa's workshop. Christmas music floated over 2,000+ square feet of Christmas trees, gingerbread houses, and quilts donated by volunteers to benefit a local hospital. My experience as a temporary Christmas elf got me thinking: how would I decorate my own tree? Now, accidentally, I have the answer: I could print my own drop spindles!
This past month we moved our humble print farm more than 1000 miles away. We love our new place and we love our new space and we're scrambling to keep up with orders.
There's nothing more frustrating than wanting to work on a fiber project and not having the pieces you need. Joseph, after watching me knitting said, "Man, I wish I had a table loom." And, in the illustrious words of Oversimplified, "so it was."
We've recieved a product request last year for a home-printable drum carder. Joseph has spent the last few months prototyping, and we're nearly ready to release it to the shop.
You've procured a spinning wheel and put it together, and now it's time to spun! Buuuuuut....
We love seeing how and what you're making, especially when the makes look awesome! In this post, we're featuring Nikki and her work with a spinning wheel and Turkish spindle.
All's well. All's quiet. The printers have their assignments, and are whirring happily away as they print spindles, spokes, and hubs. And then...
Joseph & Aubrey Bjork