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April 17, 2021

This past year has taught us many lessons.  Among all the lessons, a few have emerged as cornerstones in our lives…Family and Friends can help you through hard times, Good friends should be cherished, and of course…Yarn is a necessity for life.  We are so grateful for being part of the well kept secret of […]

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April the Bunny reads

Springtime Hoppenings

April 9, 2019

We are so fortunate to be part of an amazing artistic community of weavers.  Lunatic Fringe Yarn’s latest kit (Hoppy Spring–Bunny and Towels) is the perfect example of weavers/artists feeding one another’s creative fires. After the fun that we had with the Coral Challenge and the Sweetheart Towels, we were thinking of another seasonally themed […]

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How to USE a Color Gamp

May 10, 2017

Now that you have woven a color gamp, what do you do with it?  It is a pretty piece of fabric…it looks great as a wall hanging, or as a throw in your favorite chair, and your grandbaby thinks it is to “drool” for.  But what else can you do with it? Our favorite reason for […]

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20 Color Gamp, Summer and Winter

Arranging to Weave a Color Gamp

February 7, 2017

How to arrange the colors in a Color Gamp is a question that can lead to many enjoyable hours of planning, thinking and rearranging.  In a purely academic way, the way the colors are arranged in a color gamp doesn’t matter at all.  The purpose of a color gamp is to see the interactions of […]

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Gamp on the Loom

What is a Color Gamp?

January 18, 2017

The holiday decorations are put away and the days are finally beginning to get longer.  The winter storms are heading out and our looms await.  And as this new year begins, we Lunatics like to look back to our beginnings. Back to the project that launched Lunatic Fringe Yarns, lo those many  moons ago: the Tubular […]

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American Maid and Hemp Spa Cloth

Spockloth…What is a Spockloth?

May 20, 2016

The other day a local weaver came by, and as we were chatting, she mentioned that she was weaving a “Spockloth”.  A what?  My mind snapped to this unknown word, and started searching around trying to figure out what she said and what on earth she had been weaving so I didn’t seem so ignorant.  So, stalling […]

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