Cult Classics

As I’m preparing to dye the last skeins of my Cult Classics Yarn & fiber club, I am reviewing some of the colorways that I dyed for it. Some of my very favorite colorways to come out of my dye pots were done for this club, so it’s a little bittersweet that it is ending. But, with so many new themes dancing around my head, it was time for a change.  I may revive the Cult Classics genre in the future, as there are just so many great movies to draw inspiration from.  Here’s a sampling of what was dyed, for those that don’t follow my Ravelry group.



“Come Up To The Lab and See What’s on the  Slab”








“Project Mayhem”
project mayhem sport




“All Work and No Play Makes Jack a Dull Boy”sept club worsted



“Beetlejuice, Beetlejuice, Beetlejuice”

beetljuice luxe dk



“What’s Your Damage?”

damage bulky



I am definitely going to miss having an excuse to re-watch my favorite Cult Classic films, but with the next round based on Alice in Wonderland, it just gives me a reason to watch & read everything related to my favorite make believe land.  For anyone wanting to follow me down the rabbit hole, the sign ups are open until the beginning of April in my etsy shop.


TDF Finish Line

This years tour is over, and though I didn’t accomplish as much as I had hoped, I did make a small dent in my fiber stash.  In total, I spun 1,594 yards of yarn! Well, actually double that, because all the skeins are 2 ply!  I realized during the tour, that I really need to set aside more time for spinning. It is very relaxing & I just love the look of handspun & all the ways you can manipulate the fiber to have a different outcome.




tdf pile