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Friday, January 19 2018

Scenic Weather

Yesterday found us heading to Inverness, to the funeral of one of our community, Pauline.  She was a larger than life character whose laughter could be heard a long time before you actually saw her.  We were sad to say our goodbyes but it was a lovely service, with many memories of her laughter and  […]

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Sunday, June 15 2014

Yarn Club Influences


Because of Woolfest at the end of June, I am dyeing the club yarns a wee bit earlier this month so that they are ready to post on my return from Woolfest.  If you were wanting to join either of the clubs currently running (i.e. the Post Office Run Yarn Club and the Assynt Storms Yarn Club), then  […]

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Thursday, August 22 2013

Wonderful Weather


We have been having absolutely glorious weather over the last few days.  It has pelted down with rain at night, but the days have been lovely.  Today was no exception.I've been exceptionally busy in the dye shed doing various commission dye jobs but also preparing yarn for the next package in the  […]

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Thursday, July 25 2013

Assynt Storms Yarn Club


It feels a little odd writing this blog post during one of the sunniest and hottest weeks of the year so far.  However, I have opened up a new yarn club in the shop.The Ripples Crafts Assynt Storms Yarn Club will run for 3 months, beginning in August.  The Assynt Storms range of colours has been so  […]

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Sunday, June 23 2013

The build up has begun


It is very hard to believe that this time next week Woolfest 2013 will all be over!  The build up to it this year seems to have been fairly relaxed for me, but looking back I've really been working towards it since early in January.  I did a lot of dyeing over the winter months, and while I'm sure  […]

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Wednesday, February 6 2013

No, I'm NOT house hunting!

To ensure no rumours start to arise out of my last post, we are NOT house hunting!!  But I can tell you no more than that just now.Our drive to and from the little Post Office in Lochinver takes about 15 or 20 minutes, depending on weather conditions and the time of year.  In summer it can take a  […]

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