Over the weekend we made a trip up to Pennsylvania to the Landis Valley Museum Harvest Days and on the way we stopped by Flying Fibers.
I had come across the store on social media and it seemed like an easy detour. They had relocated their store to their farm which was fun to visit.
It was small but very well stocked and had a lot of yarn, fiber and notions that were very much our style.
I bought some roving to spin (sold by weight and some single origin bundles), some spinning wheel oil, a small eye shaped loom by Loome and a darning loom by Katrinkles.
Matt got some sock yarn to try with his lucet. All in all well worth the shop and only about an hour north. She even said if I wanted order something not on the online store (like the dyed roving) she could sell it to me over the phone. Traffic being what it is in the Baltimore Metro area, it took me just as long to get there as it would for me to go to the “closer” shops here.
It was really nice to shop in person!
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