Yarn detective Selma Moss-Ward loves great yarn for its stories as well as its knitting performance. She tracks down origin stories all the time, as you can see from the pages of Interweave Knits and knitscene. Here she reveals the work ethic of Green Mountain Spinnery. Originally published in knitscene Accessories 2012.     “The […]

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I: On Water Like many fiber artisans, Sarah Lake Upton, of Upton Yarns, has a day job to facilitate her vocation in hand-dyed yarns. . . except it’s actually a six-weeks-at-a-time job, about three thousand miles from home. She’s an assistant engineer aboard the National Geographic Sea Lion, an eco-cruise ship whose itineraries range from Alaska […]

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