Cutthroat Yarn

Because knitting is a cutthroat business

Holding on for dear life

Jeanette WardComment

There is always some sweet Alanis Morisette level irony when typing your next blogpost about following through on more things 18 months later.  I am just going to ignore that and pretend like it's totally normal. 

I do, however, have a reason for the prolonged absence.  In the middle of keeping this yarn store going, I decided that I needed something else to keep me reaching to new heights of crazy.  So, I started the line.  And, I mean, I really staaaaarted the line.  One by one, we added new stores to our retailer list, getting our hand dyes out there for the masses.  Then, it blew up.  It was almost as if Mr. Cutthroat and I took in and started feeding a little tiny bird and thenturned around to realize we had a giant condor living among us.  Trust me, it is all good.  We are happy to grow like this. 

At some point, we are going to have to decide on our direction and path for growth.  But for now, I am really loving this.  It is fun to be a part of something you can see coming to life before your eyes.  It's a good thing Mr. Cutthroat and I work well together.  I attribute our camaraderie to his handsome beardy face and the fact I am not tired of looking at it...yet.