Update on Goddess Yarns

NHJ_250_productAs many of you know I have a small obsession with Goddess Yarns. I'm trying to find out what happened to them and where I can find any remaining yarn.

I've done a little investigating and I've discovered that at least one line of the Goddess Yarns is still alive and well and being distributed by Nashua Handknits. Julia, which I've never tried, but now am totally interested in tracking down (I'll be rushing off to Ravelry after this post).

Apparently the Julia yarn was initially developed by artist Kristin Nicholas. You can read the story behind the yarn here.

Many thanks to The Girl from Auntie for the tip!

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angelafall2013smallI'm Angela. I'm an obsessed knitter.

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