Monday, November 30, 2009

Two chances to win!


Two contests are underway.

One on Clear Creek Lavender's Facebook page and the other on the Lost City Knits blog.

Get creative and have some fun!

Wednesday, November 25, 2009

Introducing - a new line of yarn!

I'm pleased (and a bit nervous) to offer our new line of hand dyed yarns.

The holiday selection features 100% silk in two colorways, Pink Champagne and Silver Bells, and two skein sizes approx 1000yds/90grams and approx 500yds/45grams.
Perfect soft shading designed to show off intricate stitches.
Limited availability.
Click Clear Creek Lavender to purchase.

Next month's fiber selection will feature alpaca - because everyone deserves to start the year with a little halo.

cross posted on Lost City Knits

Monday, November 16, 2009

Coming Soon -

My first offerings of the hand-dyed yarn have been successful at the last two events
and more hand-dyed lace weight will be ready soon.
Within the next few weeks the first online purchasing will be available here.
But for now... teasers.

Each skein unique, but all are rinsed in a gentle bath of lavender.

Silk, merino, alpaca...

  Now don't you want to knit something?

Thursday, November 05, 2009

Back in Tulsa!

After a wonderful week of vacation fun in New York, we're back on the farm.  For a bit anyway. There are a few photos of our trip on my knitting blog if you want to see what we look like when we're stoked up on Magnolia Bakery cupcakes.

Tomorrow begins the Garden Deva Open House in Tulsa.  The studio is easy to find on Trenton between 3rd & 4th and I highly recommend everyone coming out to spend an hour (or two or three) perusing the art, crafts, and delicious food available.  This is the last event for us in Tulsa so be sure to pick up those lavender holiday gifts!  We'll have Handmade Naked Lavender Soap, Soap in Sachets, Shea Butter, and several options of gift combos.

The music at the Garden Deva is always outstanding.  Especially fun is the final hour of the event on Saturday when the djembe drummers from the Tulsa area show up in great numbers and really get the crowd's mojo working.

Don't miss it!

Edited to add:
Sadly the djembe drummers did not make it the Deva this year - but there were fire dancers!!