Archives for September 2013

Delivery Update!

From the Seed Bowl Desk of:

Kim & Ron are away from the dye studio from Sept. 18 to Sept. 30, with a final post office run on Wednesday (Sept. 18) at 2 p.m.. Please feel free to continue placing orders; however, orders placed after 12 noon e.s.t. on Sept. 18 will not be sent out for shipment until Oct. 1 or 2. I will continue to patrol the premises, securing the perimeter with an iron/velvet fist/claw.

Thank you for your attention,



Yarn Update Sept. 16 – Stuff!!


Here’s the last update for September, so enjoy!

To purchase said squoosh, go to SHOP and click on the NEW column. Also, here’s a quick preview:




Yarn Update Sept. 9 – Lotsa Goodness, An’ Way More Fun Than Actually Slogging Away & Doing Any Work At Yer Desk!


Okay, so it’s 3 p.m. e.s.t., and the new goodies are ready to roll – ENJOY!!!

Just go to the Shop Page, and everything new will be in the NEW section!!!

And just to wet yer brains, here’s some thumbnails of today’s goodies!!!



Stained Fingers Dye Camp: And Then There Was August…

A few weeks ago, we held the second and last session of Stained Fingers Dye Camp for this year.

Wanna see what happened?

Every class takes on their own personality. I love that about teaching. It forces me to be on my toes and try to think 2 steps ahead about what students need. And sometimes that need? Is a Wolverine Mini Super Soaker.

Dye Camp is fun. It’s playful. It’s about trying things, including trying really hard not to be afraid to fail. Cause you can’t. Really. Everything created in Dye Camp? Is beautiful.

Dye Camp August full


Want to join us next year? Join our mailing list or our Ravelry Group  to get first notice of next year’s Dye Camp dates.


When You Give an Anne Hanson Some Yarn…

I get to road trip with some of the coolest people on the planet.

And when they ask you if you have some yarn on you, (for the record, I ALWAYS have yarn on me) and you give them access to everything you have, this is what you get:


I love how the stitch pattern on the brim hugs your head.

And the slouchy top is so fun.


Anne writes about her design process on her blog today (and despite what she tells you, I’ll have you know I’m a very dignified, well behaved and quiet car companion…STOP LAUGHING!)

Introducing Scotty.
A slouchy tam in 3 sizes.
Shown in Merino Nylon Sock in As God is My Witness, I Thought Turkeys Could Fly
(though I think it would be equally lovely in Merino Sock and a cozy snuggle for your head in MCN Sock

Buy on the Knitspot website or on Ravelry

(all photos used courtesy of  ©knitspot)