Travel Plans and Projects

Take it to go!

Are you making travel plans for the summer? Will the first item you pack be your knitting or crochet projects? We have a few projects ideas in Mountain Meadow Wool yarns that are good for travel and work up relatively quickly!

Straight-forward accessory projects in a few skeins of Mountain Meadow Wool yarn

The patterns here call for just a few skeins of Mountain Meadow Wool yarn. Enjoy working on your next favorite accessory or start a stockpile for holiday gifts! From left to right: Laura Cameron's Wood Sorrel cowl in Alpine (2 skeins), Marie Segares' Grey Days Hat in Alpine (1 skein),  Angela Plunkett's crocheted Cable Stitch Wrist Warmers in Laramie (1 skein), and Shepherdess Shawl in Jackson (2 skeins).

Bring Your Projects to these Destinations

If you are making your way west to tour the Mountain Meadow Wool Mill, enjoy the Big Horn Basque Festival (Buffalo, Wy July 21-24), or just taking it easy outside waiting for the Total Solar Eclipse, bring your projects. Perhaps you'll be in town to attend Buffalo's First Fiber Fair in August! Take lots of pictures for memories later on and be sure to share them with us on Facebook or Instagram! Simple patterns spotlight the yarn, and allow you to keep on working with yarn while being social or on-the-go! If your calendar is already full this year, perhaps a trip to Buffalo, Wyoming (home of Mountain Meadow Wool) next year can be arranged! Take a look at the details on the Trips for Knitters website and see a few of the photos from this year's trip here.

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