By Hand - Look Book #8 Colorado's Front Range
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Once we have received your return in original condition (free of all odors, dirt or pet hair) we will credit the original method of payment for the price you paid, shipping fees are not credited. If a return is made from an order that received free shipping there may be a shipping charge back of $12.95 to your credit card.
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- Up to $32.00 $4.99
- $32.01 to $74.99 $6.99
- Over $75.00 FREE
- Canada (First Class) $15.90
- International (most packages) $35.00
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THE EIGHTH ISSUE OF BY HAND TRAVELS TO COLORADO’S FRONT RANGE
MEETING MAKERS FROM DENVER, BOULDER, LOVELAND, AND FORT COLLINS
Our eighth issue introduces makers in the towns of Colorado’s Front Range. We visit the Schacht Spindle Company’s factory to learn how looms and spinning wheels are built, the crafters’ mecca of Fancy Tiger Crafts, and the warm and welcoming My Sister Knits. We taste test barrel-aged beers at Jessup Farm Barrel House, and enjoy a behind-the-scenes peek at yarn dyeing by Six and Seven Fibers and Sunshine Yarns. We marvel at the beautiful form and function of stitching, quilting, and weaving in the studios of Carol Ann Waugh, Valerie White, and David Johnson. And we are immersed in Hue Loco’s dyeing techniques that produce its vibrant yarns and saturated colors. We chat about how makers build community with the founders of Knit for Fun and The Makerie retreats, and we sample Mona Botanical’s botanically infused oils. As we travel, we take time to hike at Boulder’s Flat Irons, drive the Peak-to-Peak Byway up to the snowy peaks of the Rocky Mountain National Park, and marvel at the golden aspens that frame the Poudre la Cache River Canyon. The vistas of Colorado pique the imagination and inspire the soul with their dramatic landscapes and natural beauty, and that inspiration and beauty is reflected in artistry of its makers.