Campfire Knitting


I don’t know what it is about fire that makes it so perfect for knitting. Campfire in the summer…fireplace in the winter.


This is a self striping yarn I spun – Navajo (chain) plied – really bulky. Wool/silk mix. It wasn’t my favorite spin, that is for sure. Yet, it worked up rather well, I’d say. The finished hat is rather thick, but hey – winter in Québec is just around the corner…


Jewelry--turned-fiber artist with a passion for keepsake gifts & spinning. Fiber work is my way of coping with daily stress and anxiety; whereas jewelry making is my way of releasing it. I enjoy honing my crafts while raising 3 little girls, and vow to use my talents to inspire the creativity within. A native Nova Scotian (valley chick); pinay (mestiza). I have been selling my wares on & off-line for over a decade, and donate my products for grass-roots charitable causes. I love barter!

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