Ok, not the most attractive location but it is evidently ideal for what they are doing and they are getting alot of support from the growing number of knitting superstars who live nearby including Pam Allen, Hannah Fetig, and Clara Parkes.
According to Erin, they also have some great prices on Quince and Co's seconds. Here is a picture from her blog which she allowed me to use:
I hope this venture turns out to be a big success and I will be supporting them in my own way as it just so happens that I will be traveling to Maine the end of April. I'm looking forward to stopping by their retail shop and perhaps getting a chance to see the dye works. Also, this is a great opportunity to see Quince and Co's yarns up close. I purchased some of their Finch a few months back and I have been most impressed with the quality and colors of their yarn. Will post some pictures when I get back.
For now, here is my finished Ruffled and Ruched scarf:
My thoughts are with the people of Boston who are so proud of their history and traditions, including the Boston Marathon. I am not a religious person, but in the last two days I have taken time to stop and think about the victims and wish them the strength to get through this ordeal and that the families of those who were taken will find some comfort in the outpouring of support for them.
Check out Tami's blog to see what others are working on.