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  • AcademicHobbyist x MFY

    AcademicHobbyist x MFY

    How AcademicHobbyist Came to Be The AcademicHobbyist x MFY collaboration comes out of shared values and vision. A carpenter’s daughter, creator (and MFY team member) Tricia Miranda-Hartsuff yearned for a way to integrate her father’s artisan calling to her efforts in public health, and the AcademicHobbyist brand was born. Profits from AcademicHobbyist support the Hub for Evaluation and Learning (HEAL) Detroit, and other...
  • The 2021 MFY Holiday Gift Guide

    The 2021 MFY Holiday Gift Guide

    Crafting and gifting go hand in hand like a cozy pair of mittens. Whether you like to make for others or simply spoil your fellow crafters, the fiber arts has a wealth of ideas for gifts from the very small to the very large. We've curated some of our favorites below, but you can find even more on our Holiday Collection page! We...
  • Brand Spotlight: Juniper Moon Farm

    Brand Spotlight: Juniper Moon Farm

    We have another special brand to share that you are bound to fall in love with - if you aren’t already! Juniper Moon Farm has a unique history and has paved the way for so many. From television to the farm, we hope you enjoy learning a little more about this beautiful brand! © Juniper Moon Farm Susan Gibbs was a successful television producer...
  • Revisiting the Healing Arts

    Revisiting the Healing Arts

    Did anyone else see the recent New York Times article titled Can a Yarn Store Be a Place of Healing? It discusses not only the increase in people participating in various crafts during the COVID-19 pandemic, but how these people are adapting again now that vaccinations are available and restrictions are lifting.  The article, written by Sejla Rizvic, includes quotes from Professor Jennifer...
  • Project Idea: Saugatuck

    Project Idea: Saugatuck

    This project idea is a special one! We are thrilled to share the Saugatuck shawl by Michigan-based designer Philine Tucker and created using our very own Bibi Yarns Merino Fingering! We are also incredibly grateful that Philly took some time to share the story behind her design. We hope you enjoy the shawl and the heart behind it! We love the Saugatuck shawl for many...
  • Project Idea: The Weekender

    Project Idea: The Weekender

    We may not wear as many sweaters during the summer months, but they can still be fun projects to work on so we’re ready for the cooler half of the year! The Weekender by Andrea Mowry is one of these great summer sweater projects. It knits up quickly and is an ideal pattern for the adventurous beginner. Originally made from a woolen spun...
  • Quick Tips for Travel

    Quick Tips for Travel

    As schools let out for summer, many of us will be hitting the road (or the skies or the water) and traveling - maybe for the first time in over a year! Traveling with fiber projects is one of the benefits of the craft as they are lightweight, require few tools and tend to be fairly portable. There are a few things to...
  • Project Idea: Derecho Sweater

    Project Idea: Derecho Sweater

    Did you know that we have a KAL at the shop each month? Our fabulous instructor Lindsey leads these sessions, and for June she chose the perfect sweater to kick off the summer! The Derecho Sweater designed for Berroco by Alison Green is a great pattern for beginners and hits the sweet spot of simple design and fun to knit. The sweater calls...
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