Upton Yarns will be hitting the road and heading up to the New England Outdoor Center in Millinocket, Maine on October 24th for the Highlands on the Fly knitting retreat, hosted by the wonderful Sarah Hunt of Fiber Trek (Swenstea on Ravelry). In addition to vending, I will be doing a sort of rotating indigo dyeing demonstration, by which I mean that I will be working with my indigo pot for an hour or two, while hopefully having interesting conversations about indigo dyeing with anyone who stops by to watch (I get really excited about indigo). It may end up blurring the line between “demonstration” and “performance art”, but then, what doesn’t?
In addition to my normal yarn inventory, I will be bringing along a number of never-before-offered-for-sale small batches of yarns, including:
And some of the mountain of Romney > Cotswold fingering weight yarn that I dyed the last time I was home.
For more information, check out the Highlands on the Fly website, or if you are on Ravelry (and if you are a knitter with a computer, why are aren’t you on Ravelry?) join the Highlands on the Fly group.