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BLACK BOX Reveal: Adore

We are opening up our most recent Black Box Adore and sharing what we included in the box (mostly because we just get so dang excited about spilling the beans!) now that all of the boxes have been fully indulged upon by the recipients. But first! Our NEXT Black Box Misbehaving is releasing March 29th at 9am MST. Sign up for the email reminder HERE. That means if you're digging our luxury crochet kits and want in on the next Box, you need to set your alarm because these sell out fast! Remember - we only have 20 Boxes available, and each box has a special theme AND they include all of the materials needed (especially the hand-dyed fiber and BQueen Crochet Hook) to complete...

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Project Complete: Godmother's Granny Blanket

It’s finally finished! 31,000+ stitches, 255 granny circles, 16 colors, 1,500+ ends to weave in… Yikes! But so worth it. My Godmother requested a blanket like the one I made my best friend, and as a thank you for coming with my mom and I to the Taos Wool Festival (my first ever fair as a vendor), I was happy to make her one. I had to pick my jaw off the floor several times at her natural saleswoman skills, while I quietly and nervously crocheted in the corner, wondering if we would sell any hooks. You may be surprised to hear I am not a saleswoman, probably why I failed as a cocktail waitress, happily and quickly leaving a...

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Happy New Year's Eve!

  As the year of 2016 draws to close, we are thinking of our blessings and are already setting goals for 2017.  Some of our highlights... Brian and I moved three times in 2016! I found out on September 11th that I was pregnant with our second, and had to wait two long days until Brian came back from hunting to tell him (I took three tests just to confirm!). We bought our first house, a new car, found a dream job for Brian and have started on the long journey. I attended my first craft fair as a vendor in Taos, made incredible network connections with talented makers, and expanded our marketing in to magazines. I learned to dye yarn, bought a 100qt stock...

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