Yesterday I, and a fellow fiber fanatic, drove to Tazewell to visit Mountain Hollow Farm and Store.
Then we went into the store. If I could add angels singing and the heavens opening up to this post I would. It is small but oh so quaint. Wood plank floors, yarn stacked high against one wall, gift ideas, completed projects, candles, buttons, and books .... oh my! Beth (owner/proprietor) had hot tea brewing and there was a large round table for friends to come and have a cup while knitting or crocheting. A newly rescued dog named Daisy and a very friendly cat named Leo just made the entire environment homey and one that I can't wait to return to.
The day inspired me not just to get home and get a scarf off the loom so I could start a new project but also to finally begin the Wildwood Weaver blog and share all of my fiber adventures with you.
Until I hit the road again - stay warped,