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Keeping busy

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This morning, while her big sister was getting help with a pattern, nine year-old Charee made herself comfortable in front of our handpaint wall in the store and starting finger knitting a new scarf.  She just learned how last night at church, and has already completed the lovely scarf she was wearing this morning. 

This is true ability...note that she is also reading a book!  Though I have family members who can do such amazing feats, I have never been able to accomplish this myself.  You go, Charee! 


Easter Holiday

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In observance of Easter, the mill, offices, and mill store will close at 1:00 p.m. on Friday, April 18.

A Middle School Marvel

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This is an article written by our friend, Donna Brown.  We plan on having more articles focusing on the results of knitting in the future. 

I teach knitting to Middle Schoolers.  Yes, you read that correctly.  Middle Schoolers.  Those strange young humans who range from under five feet to over six feet tall.  The very same young people who are trying to find out who they are, and where they fit in the world around them. They can be awkward, passionate, idealistic, active, and most of all, FUN!!!

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Brown Sheep Company: The Prequel

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Peggy Jo (Brown) Wells grew up in a home where handwork was encouraged.  She was an avid seamstress and knitter through her childhood and teen years, when she wasn’t out helping her dad with the tractor work on the family farm.

Before Christmas of her sophomore year of college,


Our Charity Knitting Project

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We host “Knit Night” for our community at the Brown Sheep Company Mill Store once a month, and have for about four years now.  When Knit Night began,


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