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Thank you for visiting my etsy store. Shortly after opening my store in 2010, I put it on vacation (life demanded 100% of my attention in another direction...we all know that feeling). In March of 2014, I reopened my store. In April, 2015, I combined my two etsy stores into one store. Unfortunately, all of my sales and reviews from wisherwoodwomen did not follow me - see below for a few reviews from that store. Nevertheless, I hope you will discover some lovely items in my shop. Generally, my items are one of a kind....even when I remake something using the same colors, it always comes together just a little differently. I love making things that are original and surprising. I also use quality materials and am a stickler for detail. I have never had a disappointed customer, and I intend to keep it that way. My rural mountain environment provides a never ending source of inspiration for colors and design. My 5 grandchildren…

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  • Female
  • Born on April 25
  • Joined January 31, 2010

Favorite materials

Organic Fibers, Wool, Silk, Cotton, Rayon, Hand Spun Wool, Alpaca, Llama, Mohair, Cashmere

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About

Thank you for visiting my etsy store. Shortly after opening my store in 2010, I put it on vacation (life demanded 100% of my attention in another direction...we all know that feeling). In March of 2014, I reopened my store. In April, 2015, I combined my two etsy stores into one store. Unfortunately, all of my sales and reviews from wisherwoodwomen did not follow me - see below for a few reviews from that store. Nevertheless, I hope you will discover some lovely items in my shop. Generally, my items are one of a kind....even when I remake something using the same colors, it always comes together just a little differently. I love making things that are original and surprising. I also use quality materials and am a stickler for detail. I have never had a disappointed customer, and I intend to keep it that way. My rural mountain environment provides a never ending source of inspiration for colors and design. My 5 grandchildren also insure that I never run out of ideas for my items for children.

My home is my studio (a non-smoking environment). I live and work in a small mountain town located in the Kettle Range of northeastern Washington. Please visit my WisherWood Facebook page to see pictures of the studio's activities....the days spent dying wool for spinning are especially pretty.

I do not use a knitting machine or a computerized loom. Every stitch or pass of the shuttle was made by my hands. Every button and embellishment is hand sewn as if my own grand babies were going to wear the garment. I often work with Noro yarns - a company that has always incorporated eco-friendly practices, from its organic fiber sources to its dying techniques.

Just a few reviews from past customers (of wisherwoodwomen - combined into wisherwood in April, 2015):

"Gorgeous, gorgeous, gorgeous! I am enjoying wearing his beautiful scarf. Thank you!" - Chris

"I ordered this scarf for my mother for her birthday and just had to open the cute packaging (re-packaged successfully). This scarf is beautiful and I'm going to order one for me. So soft and perfect for a Texas winter!" - Paula

"The craftsmanship of the scarf that I purchased was top-notch and the colors used were gorgeous! Cynthia is a pleasure to deal with and I would absolutely return to her store for further purchases. Shipment was made immediately and the item was received within three business days; expeditious! I am absolutely thrilled with the purchase and my overall experience! I would definitely recommend Cynthia's products!" - Nik

"Amazing texture and color. Works well with any wardrobe. I've purchased two. One for myself and another for a friend. I hope Cynthia creates larger, equally vibrant shawls for the cooler weather. She is a gifted artist and I have been very pleased with all of my purchases." - Jennifer

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