We were really looking forward to meeting Carolyn Carleton of Living Skies Fibre Studio in person at the Festival this year, but the pandemic put an end to her plans to travel here from Prince Albert, Saskatchewan. So instead, Carolyn has made a video to introduce herself and her hand dyed yarns to the Manitoba Fibre Festival community.
Carolyn’s colour inspiration comes from the palette of Saskatchewan scenery. She favours earthy tones and complex textures. Carolyn’s yarns are available in her Etsy shop.
Carolyn also designs crochet patterns which you can find on Ravelry.
Take some time to explore the informative Living Skies Fibre Studio website, which includes links to Carolyn’s tutorials on crocheting and on making fur pom-poms.
Enjoy Carolyn’s video! You are going to want to get some of those squishy yarns for yourself. And follow Carolyn’s instagram stories this weekend as she joins in the Fibre Trail fun from a distance.