MountainMist

Art You Can Live With!

Tualatin, Oregon · 219 Sales

MountainMist

Art You Can Live With!

Tualatin, Oregon 219 Sales On Etsy since 2006

4.5 out of 5 stars
(76)

Announcement   Welcome to Mountain Mist Fiberworks. Thank you for stopping by! All products are handmade from my original designs. If you have any questions about the items, please convo me for more information.

All products are created in a smoke-free and pet-free environment (though I have lots of fiber around!).

Also available in my shop are patterns for some of the items I make, which are available as digital downloads. So if you would prefer to make your own, check my pattern section to see what's available. I am constantly writing up patterns for new items, so keep checking back if you are looking for a particular pattern that is not available yet. Better yet, convo me to let me know if there is a particular item you would like to make yourself, and I will add it to my queue of patterns to publish!

If you have not bought an item on Etsy before, here is a tutorial that will walk you through the process:

http://www.etsy.com/help_guide_checkout.php

I hope you enjoy browsing through my shop, and that you will come back often. I am always working on new projects, so check back for new items!

If you would like more information on my creative process, check out my blog:

www.thefiberbug.blogspot.com

God bless your day.

Rebecca

Announcement

Last updated on Mar 15, 2016

Welcome to Mountain Mist Fiberworks. Thank you for stopping by! All products are handmade from my original designs. If you have any questions about the items, please convo me for more information.

All products are created in a smoke-free and pet-free environment (though I have lots of fiber around!).

Also available in my shop are patterns for some of the items I make, which are available as digital downloads. So if you would prefer to make your own, check my pattern section to see what's available. I am constantly writing up patterns for new items, so keep checking back if you are looking for a particular pattern that is not available yet. Better yet, convo me to let me know if there is a particular item you would like to make yourself, and I will add it to my queue of patterns to publish!

If you have not bought an item on Etsy before, here is a tutorial that will walk you through the process:

http://www.etsy.com/help_guide_checkout.php

I hope you enjoy browsing through my shop, and that you will come back often. I am always working on new projects, so check back for new items!

If you would like more information on my creative process, check out my blog:

www.thefiberbug.blogspot.com

God bless your day.

Rebecca

Rebecca Harmon

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Rebecca Harmon

PDF Knitting Pattern-Saxon Braid Cabled Cap
$7.00
Short Row Collar PDF Knitting Pattern
$5.00
Lacy Ecru Irish Crochet Bridal Wristlet
$40.00
Autumn Flame Ruffled Crocheted Scarf
$40.00
Autumn Tam in Earth Tones
$45.00
Lacy Irish Crochet Bridal Wristlet
$40.00
Bullion Flower Doily from Handspun Ramie
$60.00
PDF Pattern, Bavarian Twist Short Row Cap
$7.00
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Average item review
4.5 out of 5 stars
(76)
Jana Long

Jana Long on Dec 29, 2016

5 out of 5 stars

Amazing and beautiful😀😀. Workmanship is excellent. Again, thank you for making this custom order for me. I highly recommend your items to anyone that's looking. Best regards, J.-

birdie4me

birdie4me on Oct 6, 2016

4 out of 5 stars

Very nice! It arrived yesterday & it's just as pretty as pictured. Thank you so much - it was a pleasure doing business with you Rebecca. :)

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About

From Fiber to Finished Fabric

I had two talented grandmothers...one made delicate, lacy crocheted doilies and warm comfy afghans, and the other knew many needlework techniques, and taught me the basic skills of knitting, crochet, crewel embroidery, sewing, and tatting, as well as gifting me a floor loom built by my grandfather. After I was married, I had the time to explore these techniques and make them my own. I soon discovered that there is great fulfillment and joy to be found in creating one's own designs. I also learned to weave on my grandmother's loom, and through weaving had the opportunity to learn to spin and felt. Although many of my products are made from commercially spun yarn, it is such a great feeling to start with the raw fiber and control the entire process through to the finished product!

About ten years ago, I began making items to sell at small local fairs and festivals. I design all the patterns for the items that I make, and each product is made by hand, by me. Some of my products are one-of-a-kind, and some I make multiple times. All products are created in a smoke-free environment. A few years back, I began writing and publishing some of my knitting and crochet designs, and this has become a key element of my business.

I owe a great debt of gratitude to my grandmothers, who inspired and taught me!

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  • Rebecca Harmon

    Owner, Maker, Designer, Curator

    I love all kinds of fiber crafts, including (but not limited to!) knitting, crochet, weaving, spinning, felting, beading, embroidery, and braiding. Most of all, I enjoy creating my own patterns and techniques. I am continuing the needlework heritage passed on to me by my grandmothers.

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