Honey Girl Farms Trunk Show

When:
September 28, 2018 @ 5:00 pm – September 29, 2018 @ 4:00 pm
2018-09-28T17:00:00-04:00
2018-09-29T16:00:00-04:00
Where:
Michigan Fibre Studio
1503 Lake Dr SE
Grand Rapids, MI 49506
USA
Cost:
Free
Contact:

What is this sweet news? All the way from Gerald, Missouri! Honey Girl Farms will be buzzing into Michigan Fibre Studio to attend September’s Fibre Ball and the Saturday following!

Honey Girl Farms offers a beautiful selection of hand dyed yarns. You will find variegateds, speckles, tonals and solids on an assortment of bases. Not only are the colors stunning, but Shannah of Honey Girl Farms really excels at creating collections that work well together. So whether you are looking to start a color work sweater, or a fade shawl, or maybe a brioche hat, you will definitely want to check out her yarns.

Her focus as of late has been adding to her collections inspired by the lush tones from the Outlander series & the bright and rich colors found in Fantastical Beasts. She loves taking a character and bringing them to life in yarn!

Some of the bases she offers includes:

Luxury Sock 80% Ultrafine SW Merino 10% Cashmere 10% Nylon 100g/350m/382yd

Deluxe Sock 85% Superfine Merino 14% Nylon 100g/400m/437yd

BFL Sock 100% Superwash Blue Faced Leicester 100g/400m/437yd

Pure Sock 100% Superwash Superfine Merino 100g/400m/437yd

Pure Single Sock 100% Superwash Extrafine Merino Single ply 100g/400m/437yd

Pure DK 100% Superwash Superfine Merino Worsted Spun 100g/225m/246yd

Pure Aran 100% Superwash Superfine Merino Worsted Spun 100g/166m/181yd

Pure Bulky 100% Superwash Superfine Merino Worsted Spun 100g/100m/109yd

A Little About Honey Girl Farms

Shannah Harding’s dying passion started at a young age. Always enthralled with color and the beauty it brings, 4 year old Shannah dyed her mother’s white couch with food coloring. The rest was history, as they say! Her play and study of color took many different forms, including baking, cosmetology, and art & design. And her fiber craft, inspired by her grandmother and other gifted fiber artists, also took many paths. After learning the basics of crochet from her mother, Shannah taught herself what ever else she needed to know. And like so many of us, crocheting lead to knitting, which lead to felting and spinning. As she progressed, her yarn choices matured into wools and wool blends. It was only a matter of time before her love of color and her love of wool collided into the gorgeousness of Honey Girl Farms!

Web: https://www.sheepandhoney.com/
IG: https://www.instagram.com/honeygirlfarms/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/HoneyGirlFarms