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New Year- new shop name! I have been making and selling crafts for over 6 years. I have been selling on Etsy since 2011. A few reviews from previous customers-

"Mary is so creative and had myriads of insight to help me design my custom order. I have enjoyed the hula hooper's mitts everyday since I have received them. Thank you Mary!" - Katrina

"Came quick it is adorable went to the mall yesterday so nice to walk with a light weight purse more then one person noticed it and stopped me to look at it thank you" -bullock210

"This is so adorable! Shipped timely and arrived in perfect condition. Bought this as a gift and the recipients loved it! Thank you :)" - Jennifer

"Mary does beautiful knit work, the earwarmers arrived promptly in adorable packaging…

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  • Female
  • Born on March 3
  • Joined November 6, 2011

Favorite materials

farm fresh wool, alpaca fiber, silk, organic cotton, linen, hemp, responsibly harvested plant dyes, metal free low impact acid dyes

About

New Year- new shop name! I have been making and selling crafts for over 6 years. I have been selling on Etsy since 2011. A few reviews from previous customers-

"Mary is so creative and had myriads of insight to help me design my custom order. I have enjoyed the hula hooper's mitts everyday since I have received them. Thank you Mary!" - Katrina

"Came quick it is adorable went to the mall yesterday so nice to walk with a light weight purse more then one person noticed it and stopped me to look at it thank you" -bullock210

"This is so adorable! Shipped timely and arrived in perfect condition. Bought this as a gift and the recipients loved it! Thank you :)" - Jennifer

"Mary does beautiful knit work, the earwarmers arrived promptly in adorable packaging. The color and braiding was exactly what I wanted. I gave this head piece as a gift and it fits wonderfully! Thank you Mary =]" - Maeve


I live, breath and dream about yarn and all things wooly. I am fully committed to practicing and improving my craft daily.
I love dyeing, spinning yarn and knitting because I am able to carefully source my materials to create useful clothing and items that I can be certain were made with minimal ecological impact. I also feel that it gives me a deeper connection to the women of our ancestry who knew this craft intimately, and I feel proud to keep this heritage alive.
I choose to use only high quality natural materials and strive to source most of my wools from the Northeast U.S. I feel this strengthens the connection between consumers, farmers and nature.

The yarns and finished items in my shop are meant to be gently hand washed only when necessary, and lay flat to dry.

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