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March Updates

Spring is MARCHing in, and I am so thankful! After all this crazy weather (we live in SC, where Mother Nature is always brutally undecided) I need a little warmth in my life. I wanted to update you a few new things. Since I’m sure you don’t want to miss anything,  I’m going to make it really easy for you to find everything. Please have a look around the site, join the facebook group, share your pics of finished items from R&R patterns, and contact me to let me know of any suggestions, requests, or questions you may have.

I just want to remind you that I love all of you so very much. You all have made this business such a joy to run and share. Thank you to everyone who continues to support ♥


Spring Specials and Customs opens on March 5th and closes on March 12th. I have found so many wonderful Spring and Easter themed items to offer you! This is the second time of the four times a year that my customs list will be open, so if you are wanting something special- a beaded lace-weight shawl, an afghan, a special kitchen set colors to match your kitchen perfectly- this is the time to get your order placed! Just click the button below to join the facebook group, which is where all S&C events take place. See you then!

I just posted a brand new market bag pattern that has been a long time in the making. This is PineAppley Market Bag , a gorgeous market bag made from crocheted pineapples! I’ve been having a love affair with crocheted pineapples for quite some time now, and this has become my very favorite bag. From now til Sunday,  March 22, drop this pattern into your cart and use the code ** GrabABag ** to snag any one of my other patterns for FREE! Just place PineApply and any other pattern into your cart at the same time, add the code, and check out. Please feel free to share this promo ♥

We are absolutely loving our CALs/KALs in the Ravelry group! We’re finishing up our Maracas Bowls CAL and voting on a new crochet-along for April.

So far, it looks like my Best Potholder You’ll Ever Own is in the lead (and these truly are the BEST potholders I’ve ever used in my life, like 450 degree cast iron pans can’t even stand up to them,) but there’s still time to cast your vote! Join the group by clicking the button below, and then vote for the pattern you want to make in April here. The more the merrier, so please share this with your crocheting friends!


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If you’re not already a newsletter subscriber, you might want to go ahead and click the button. I only send one or two newsletters per month, so I will not be inundating your inbox. In January, I drafted a new format that includes, among the news recaps and info, a yarn and fiber spotlight as well as a book review. I also periodically send out coupon codes and freebies! You will receive updates through the newsletter of any new pattern releases, sales in my ravelry shop, specials and customs events coming up, CAL/KAL info, and so much more!

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Welcome, yarn and fiber enthusiast! I am so excited to have you visit. Sati here, and I’m completely, ridiculously, emphatically in love with yarn. And fiber. Also sheep, alpacas, cotton plants OMG, and flax, which is where linen comes from, in case you didn’t know. You’ll learn a lot about this stuff whether you want to or not if you hang out with me.

Let me give you a quick rundown of the website: “Happenings” is the blog. Info and community can be found here. “Shop” is where you can shop all the yumminess. “My Calendar” is where I’ll put info on upcoming events, so that you’ll know when customs open again, or if there’s going to be a round of Specials anytime soon. “Talk to Me!” is the contact form. Use it for anything, from questions, to suggestions, to bug reports, to just saying hey.

 Here’s my story:

My journey started out in 2010 crocheting woolies for my baby girl (who is now 9. HOW???) I was excited to learn how to crochet, and posted pics on facebook of my finished items. Once I started sharing info, people started asking how much it would cost for me to make them something “like that” every time I would post something new. Then I entered a whirlwind that went something like this…

Facebook page ** Commissions  ** Hyenacart ** Facebook group ** Processed my first fleece ** Started spinning yarn ** Learned to dye yarn ** Discovered knitting ** Started writing patterns ** Began teaching classes ** Became independent contractor for WeCrochet testing patterns and crocheting samples ** …and I just bought a rigid heddle loom, so I’m weaving now.

Are you tired? I’m tired.

So now what? Build a website and put together a newsletter, of course! Are you a yarn and fiber enthusiast? Did you sign up for the newsletter? You know, that annoying af pop-up when you first visited this site? If you didn’t, please do! I would be honored to share my passion for yarn with you.  There’s a sign-up form at the bottom of this page.  

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