Copper Beeches Cowl

I traveled from Colorado to Rochester, Minnesota, for my first fiber retreat: the Zombie Knitpocalypse. During a spinning class, I sat next to Sarah and Dan, who were brainstorming how they would spin some yellow and gray Merino fiber. I commented how pretty the fiber was, as gray and yellow is one of my favorite color combinations. I later

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