The yarns that I will be selling on Saturday are from the studio of well-known Saskatchewan weaver Kaija Sanelma Harris. If you are not familiar with her work, this is an example below:
At some point there will be a showing of her work with working drawings and weavings together.. In the past you might have seen works at the Sask Craft Council Gallery, or at the Mendel Art Gallery, or many other places.
So, you can see this is an amazing opportunity to obtain high quality yarns in lovely colors.
Don't miss it!!
or you will be sorry!!
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