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Wednesday, November 23, 2011

Lost City Knits In Lost City, Oklahoma

My kids watching the dogs swim after beavers

Introducing my friend, Denise's new website:

Hand-dyed Yarns and Original Designs

From the website:

Working with small farmers as well as quality commercial suppliers to offer hand-dyed, natural fibers for knitting, crocheting, and weaving.

Every skein of yarn here was hand dyed by me, in my studio, on our farm near Lost City, Oklahoma

Like most artisans Denise started blogging about Lost City Knits first, but now she has grown so much that she has added a beautiful new website.  You will love this remarkable knitster and designer.  She captures the essense of Oklahoma in her designs and hand-dyed yarns like the Oklahoma sunset in the above photo.

You may have already met Denise at a local arts and craft fair.  She will be at the Alliday Everyday on Dec. 17th at the Ford Truck Exhibit Hall, Tulsa State Fairgrounds, just in time to buy some last minute Chrismas gifts.  You can go to the website for the details and a map and it's free to the public.
  This a new arts and crafts fair was organized by another blogger friend, Briana Hefley-Shepard.  Find her at Bifftastica and at WoodyFest during the 115 degree Oklahoma summer.  She is dedicated!

Have a great and safe holiday and enjoy Lost City Knits.
Territory Mom

1 comment:

Briana Shepley said...

I love Denise and all that she creates! Thanks for the plug about the show and lil ol me! :)