Check out this blog post for more information on my relocation: My Move News!
For a wonderful and enticing view on the area where I live, check out Roger Piantadosi's Washington Post article, Between a Rock and a Heart Place.
The ranch is owned by my brother and sister-in-law, and is available for rent via http://www.sapillocreekescape.com. While it is too small for me to hold full-blown retreats, I welcome knitting guests interested in taking a dye workshop, and am happy to create an individual workshop or workshops for you. The ranch has three bedrooms, and there is an adorable motel located within minutes with six additional rooms and a cabin (www.lakerobertsmotel.com). So, get a group of friends together for a relaxing weekend in some of the most beautiful country in the United States! Email me at email@example.com if you'd like to talk about the possibilities!
Because of my move, I will no longer be vending at the Maryland Sheep & Wool Festival or the New York Sheep & Wool Festival, where I've vended for 15 years. I will so miss connecting with you all face-to-face at these venues, but look forward to connecting with you online as much as possible. My studio is always open for visitors by appointment, so if you find yourself in Southwestern New Mexico, please do reach out. I'd love to visit!