Carol

Author's details

Name: Carol Ullmann
Date registered: November 18, 2014
URL: http://happyfuzzyyarn.com

Biography

Wool is my life! I am also rather fond of books.

Latest posts

  1. What We Spun Last Week During Spinzilla — October 15, 2015
  2. Spinning in Ann Arbor — September 30, 2015
  3. On the Wool Road — September 17, 2015
  4. Join Us for Spinzilla — September 1, 2015
  5. That Was One HOT Festival — August 25, 2015

Author's posts listings

What We Spun Last Week During Spinzilla

Team Happy Fuzzy Yarn Spinners had a fantastic Spinzilla this year!  Here’s what we made:   Now it’s time for an unofficial craft-o-rama to use all this lovely yarn. We can’t wait for next year’s Spinzilla!

Spinning in Ann Arbor

Spinzilla isn’t just about yardage — it’s also about community.  If you are near the Ann Arbor area, come spin with us!  These gatherings are also a great time to ask questions and get help.  You do not have to be a member of our team to attend — you do not even have to …

Continue reading »

On the Wool Road

Happy Fuzzy Yarn will be on the road for the next couple of months — come visit, say hello, share your projects.  We love to meet our fans and supporters and see what hijinks the yarn and fiber get up to after they leave HQ. Wool Gathering in Yellow Springs September 19 & 20, 2015 Truth: …

Continue reading »

Join Us for Spinzilla

Spinzilllllllllla! A monster of a week, indeed! It’s that time again. From today through Friday October 2nd, you can sign up to participate in a little friendly yarn spinning competition. Cost is only $10 and you do not need to be an “experienced” or “good” spinner. In fact, this is a good time to learn if you have …

Continue reading »

That Was One HOT Festival

We had a great time at the Michigan Fiber Festival and, if you were there, we hope you did too! Temperatures climbed all weekend, so this year it was all for the metaphysical love of wool and its comrades. In the heat patterns sold really well, especially the new Trecolori shawl.  I really hope you all …

Continue reading »

Hope to See You at the Michigan Fiber Festival!

Fiber festivals are fun for vendors too!  Of course we love the wool fumes, but the best part is meeting customers face-to-face. The Michigan Fiber Festival in Allegan, MI, is this week.  This event draws vendors from all over the Midwest and beyond — 18 states in total.  As with any great fiber festival, there …

Continue reading »

Look Inside a Local Yarn Shop: Criativity Ranch in Largo, Florida

Criativity Ranch in Largo, Florida, is a yarn store (by demand!), owned and operated by Alicia Chivers, a fiber artist and alpaca breeder. Happy Fuzzy Yarn: What did you do before you opened a yarn store? Alicia: I was (and still am) an alpaca breeder. HFY: How did you get into the business of owning …

Continue reading »

Beautiful Handknit Shawls

Here are some lovely shawls I saw on Ravelry done up in Happy Fuzzy yarns. KeKcreates’ Canyon Shawlette YARN: Merino-Tencel fingering, colorway “Canyon”, 1 skein PATTERN: Ashton Shawlette by Dee O’Keefe (she’s having a B1G1 sale through the end of July!) When I was still very new to Happy Fuzzy Yarn, I saw this beautiful shawl on Ravelry and …

Continue reading »

Heal Thy Soles Sock Pattern by Rachel Russ

Anyone who knits knows that not all socks are created equal. Handknit socks are, of course, the best — made with love, wool, and someone’s bare hands, they embrace your hardworking tootsies like no commercially produced sock ever will. Knitwear designer Rachel Russ took it one step further.  While undergoing chemo for breast cancer, Rachel’s feet …

Continue reading »

It’s a Scarf, It’s a Stole…It’s Hypotenuse!

Hypotenuse is a knitting pattern that uses a reversible triangle lace pattern created by Riin Gill.  You can knit the scarf sized version from one skein of slinky Merino Tencel fingering weight yarn, or go big with the two skein stole version.   Our samples, pictured here, were knit up in Colorado River (scarf) and …

Continue reading »

Older posts «