Lace and More in Normandy

Lace and More in Normandy

Though the quaint Normandy town of Bayeux is famous for its Tapestry (really an embroidery) depicting William the Conqueror’s 1066 victory over the English, the town is remarkable for other reasons, including a wonderful open-air market and regional specialties...
Plimouth Plantation creates new line of yarn

Plimouth Plantation creates new line of yarn

On November 10, 2011, Plimoth Plantation will introduce its new line of 100% wool yarn. “New Plimoth Worsted” will be custom spun in the village of Harrisville, New Hampshire by Harrisville Designs. The new line will be introduced at the Plantation’s...
Peaches & Creme – Bad & Good

Peaches & Creme – Bad & Good

By now most fiber afficionados have learned that Peaches & Creme cotton yarn is defunct – a North Carolina factory produced the last U.S.-made cotton yarn; they sold their equipment, inventory and trademarks to a Canadian firm in early 2011. The bad: 81...