Announcement Custom handspun and hand dyed yarns, Handknit and handwoven baby blankets, hats, lap blankets, prayer shawls, place mats, shawls, scrapbooks, wraps, photo albums, scarves, stoles, cowls, mantles, comfort shawls, shoulder shawls, afghans, purses, bags, hand sewn quilts, wreaths, plarn, nuno felting, newborn photography props, baby wraps, fiber artist supplies woven bowls and vintage items. Crafted with care, made especially for you!
Custom handspun and hand dyed yarns, Handknit and handwoven baby blankets, hats, lap blankets, prayer shawls, place mats, shawls, scrapbooks, wraps, photo albums, scarves, stoles, cowls, mantles, comfort shawls, shoulder shawls, afghans, purses, bags, hand sewn quilts, wreaths, plarn, nuno felting, newborn photography props, baby wraps, fiber artist supplies woven bowls and vintage items. Crafted with care, made especially for you!
Scarf - Handknit Ombre Moss/Seed Stitch ~ "Peace Be With You" ~ Pink, Green, Tan and White ~ Wide, Extra Long Heavy Winter Scarf, Comfort
Hand Woven Shawl - Green, Blue, Teal and White with Sparkle - Russian Continuous Weave - Thick, Heavy, Fall/Winter Wear, Cotton and Acrylic
Vintage Scarf, Shawl, Wrap - Alpaca and Silk, Purple, Blue, White and Black, Handwoven, Handmade - 82x18 inches - Like New/Mint Condition
Hand Woven Shawl, Light Purple and Pastel Rainbow with Shimmer, Russian Continuous Weave - Thick, Heavy, Fall/Winter Wear Cotton and Acrylic
Peanut - Adventures of an Aspie Mama, Signed, Parenting, Family, Asperger’s, Sensory Processing Disorder, Memoir, ADHD, Neurodivergent, SPD
Peanut - Adventures of an Aspie Mama, Ebook, Parenting, Family, Asperger’s, Sensory Processing Disorder, Memoir, ADHD, Neurodivergent, SPD
Scarves - Reclaimed, Recycled, Imperfect Indian Silk Sari - 40x38 inches - Lot of 2, Fair Trade - Scarf Lot
Fingerless Gloves Small/Medium Short OOAK - Angora Rabbit, Huacaya Alpaca, and Copper Thread with Thumb Hole - Handspun and Handknit, Cable
Hand Knitted Cowl, Soft Cotton and Hand Dyed, Grey and Cream, Light, Lots of Drape, Cool Summer Nights - One of a Kind, Accessory, Comfort
US Air Force Ornament Grenade, Handmade Military ABU Uniform Fabric Scraps, Recycled, Customizable and Personalized, Shatterproof, Christmas
Hand Knitted Cowl, Navajo Rambouillet Sheep Wool and Mohair Goat, Purple, Blue and Grey, Twisted Knit Stitch, Peace Fleece - One of a Kind
Vintage Sign - "Browsers welcome Buyers adored” - Acrylic Paint Stenciled on Wood - Brown and Tan, humor, shop sign, owner, decor, funny
Project Bag - Knitting, Crochet, Works in Progress, WIP - Organic Cotton with Drawstring, Gift - I Got 99 Problems But A Stitch Ain't One
Hand Knitted Cowl, Baby Alpaca and Hand Tied Silk Ribbon, Fair Trade, Black, Red, Grey and Silver, Twisted Knit Stitch - One of a Kind
Antique Hand Carder - Needle Felting, Blending, Spindle Spinners, and Small Crafts, Used, Full Size, Decorative, Historical, Reenactment
Drop Spindle, Hand Painted, Handmade, Maple, 2.0 ounces, Top Whorl, Hook - Dark Red with Rainbow Design - One of a Kind, Abstract, Folk
Vintage Sign - “Your husband called and said to buy whatever you want” - acrylic paint on wood with leather - humor, shop sign, owner, decor
Scarf - Handknit Ombre Moss/Seed Stitch ~ "Grape Expectations" ~ Dark Purple, Black and Pink ~ Extra Wide, Extra Long Heavy Winter Scarf
Hand Crocheted Bag, Vintage, Black Yellow, Grey and White, Round Reinforced Bottom, Inside Pockets and Key Chain, Button Clasp, Crossbody
Hand Crocheted Bag, Vintage, Black and White, Round Reinforced Bottom, Dual Inside Pockets and Key Chain, Silver Button Clasp, Hobo, Boho
Handwoven Placemat, Cotton, Machine Washable, Fringe, Harvest, Thanksgiving, Gratitude, November, Brown, Orange, Red, Blue, 3 available
Knit Happens - Knitting Bag, Market Tote, Purse - Quilted, Double Lined with Pockets, Knitter's Gift, Knitting Projects, Blue, Grey, White
Spinning Wheel - Vintage Louet S71, 1989, Single Treadle, Skein Winder, Oak, Three Bobbins, Stained, Gently Used, Traveling Bag, Fiber Arts
Spinning Wheel Wreath, Door Decor, Upcycled, Kromski Sonata, Clear Coat, Fiber Artist, Handspinning, Yarn, Handspun, Purple, White and Green
Handspun Yarn, "Musings” - DK Weight, 98.67 yards, Hand Dyed Cotton, Sheep Wool, and Huacaya Alpaca, 3 Ply, 2.8 oz
Handspun Yarn - "Achieve Grapeness” - DK Weight, 157.33 yards, Sheep Wool, 2 Ply, Purple Tweed and Brown, Barber Pole, 3.4 ounces
Handspun Yarn - "Triple Twist", DK Weight, 249.33 yards, Hand Dyed Merino Sheep Wool and Huacaya Alpaca, 3 Ply, 4.6 ounces
Custom Hand Spinning Service Add-In - Material Only - Vegan Option, Pearl Infused Rose Fiber - One (1) Ounce, In Memoriam, Blending
Handspun Yarn ~ "Caramel Macchiato" ~ 60 yards, Tan and Brown, - Huacaya Alpaca and Sheep Wool, 2 Ply, Thick and Thin, Bulky, 2.1 ounces
Handspun Yarn - "Whipped Chocolate Cherry", DK Weight, 249.33 yards, Hand Dyed Cotton, Merino and Icelandic Sheep Wool, 2 Ply, 4.7 ounces
Handspun Yarn - "Chocolate Cherry", DK Weight, 220 yards, Hand Dyed Cotton, Merino and Icelandic Sheep Wool, 2 Ply, 4.8 ounces
Handspun Yarn - "Happy Thoughts", DK Weight, 125.33 yards, Hand Dyed Cotton, Merino and Icelandic Sheep Wool, 2 Ply, 2.7 ounces
Handspun Yarn - "Happy", DK Weight, 193.33 yards, Hand Dyed Cotton, Merino and Icelandic Sheep Wool, 2 Ply, 4.8 ounces
Hand Woven Shawl, Red, Green and Gold, Russian Continuous Weave - Thick, Heavy, Fall/Winter Wear, Cotton Chenille, Acrylic, and Silk Thread
Hand Woven Shawl, Black and Rainbow, Russian Continuous Weave - Thick, Heavy, Fall/Winter Wear, Cotton Chenille, Acrylic, and Silk Thread
Zwy on Oct 8, 20225 out of 5 stars
This pet replica was made thanks to the joined efforts of these two stores. Is made out of my fur kid so it is very special to us.
Karen on Sep 30, 20225 out of 5 stars
Lovely yarn, and Rebecca kept me posted every step of the way!
Moose on Jan 15, 20235 out of 5 stars
This was a gift and the recipient absolutely loves it! She said it's so much better than the one she was using before!
Heather on Dec 16, 20225 out of 5 stars
Rebecca’s knits are treasured items you will love.
maria on Oct 22, 20225 out of 5 stars
Exactly as expected, delivered on time. Thank you!
Debra Ann on Oct 21, 20224 out of 5 stars
This spinner I highly recommend!! Very trustworthy and her yarn is amazing!
Kim on Oct 17, 20225 out of 5 stars
I am just learning to make bags and totes and this book is fantastic with instructions and ideas. I would highly recommend it to anyone wanting to learn the process correctly. Thank you so much.
CONNIE on Sep 28, 20225 out of 5 stars
Lots of ideas. Can't wait to get started.
Emily on Aug 14, 20225 out of 5 stars
Quick shipping and spindle as described!
Karla on Aug 12, 20225 out of 5 stars
Everything was great! Communication was amazing, and I loved that she showed each stage in the process. Would highly recommend! Thank you so much!
The life that chose me ....
You see, for many years I thrived on anger. I’m not going to woe you with my childhood or my teenage years. As tumultuous as it was, it is what has made me, me. But in coping with it all, I was angry. I took that anger and embraced it. It’s what got me through it all. When it comes to certain times in your life, you have to hit the ground running. You cannot hesitate to think, or feel or reflect on what just happened. You need to stand tall and continue on to find a way. It doesn’t matter if it’s something that you want to do or not, but need to.
I carried that anger and utilized it to the best of my ability. It got me through family problems. It got me through basic training. It’s how I learned to work out and push myself those extra miles or shaving time off my run. It’s what got me those promotions at work. It’s what made me invincible - I would do things and not remember them. That 10 mile uphill run that left me shaking afterward? I didn’t remember it, because my brain was going a mile a minute. If it hurt, it didn’t matter, because I wouldn’t feel it until after. Long after. But when it was over, I could look back and I would feel so good and accomplished afterwards.
Then I got deployed and an incident occurred that no matter what the training was for, I never would have been prepared for it. Superiors couldn’t give me the answers I was looking for, and things went from simple to intricate in one unexpected moment. It wasn’t about regulations and course of action anymore. My soul was in a quandary and it didn’t sit well.
Regardless of what that incident was, I realized that things needed to change. I did find my center, but it was short lived. Life happened and anger started to build once more. As much as I longed for it, I did not want to start smoking again.
This is where fiber started to speak to me. I used to think knitting spoke to me because I needed to do something with my hands once I quit smoking. Plus, my great-grandmother taught me, and I knew she would be proud. But the truth is, I can sit for hours with the biggest tangled mass of yarn and be completely content and calm. It’s soothing. As I figure it out, it gives me time to internalize and figure myself out. I take different perspectives on situations and come to different conclusions. Agree to disagree. And as I come to my resolution the clouds part and I’ve got a tightly wound skein with no knots. A fog clears, that I didn’t even know was around me. So much different than the past, when I would look at life with a red tinge around the edges at everything. So much better. All is right in the world once more. Centered.
Weaving and spinning – where do I begin? It’s methodical, it’s continuous, yet at the same time has a beginning and end. It listens to your hands, and no matter how much your brain is going, it never interrupts. Only when you are too upset and being too abrasive with the fiber – you snap the yarn. I never realize it until it happens. It forces you to be calm. And if you’re not in the mood, or just cannot seem to get in the zone, it is simply not the day for it. Find something else to do, and try again later. There’s always tomorrow.
Maybe it’s my new form of meditation. But it centers me. It doesn’t matter if I make sales, as I refuse to allow consumerism dictate my soul and my business. And to be honest, if I don’t do it for awhile I tend to get irate. I need it.
I did not choose to be a fiber artist. If anything, it chose me.
Knitter, Weaver, Handspinner
PeaknitGallery is a play on words. When my daughter was born, she was blessed with the nickname "Peanut" and it has stuck ever sense. She is the reason why I am here today.
It all started while recovering from a broken foot. I picked up my great-grandmother's knitting needles in hopes of finding some peace while waiting for my body to heal. From there it has evolved to what you see now ....
Check back often, I add new pieces and update the shop regularly!
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