Instagram Round Up: #kelbournewoolens

I have an Instagram themed Business Sense post I'll be sharing tomorrow, so I thought I would take a minute to showcase some of the lovely photos users have posted with the hashtag #kelbournewoolens.

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Lisa Downing recently took the train with her classic Fringe Field bag working on The Fibre Co. Arranmore in St. Claire.
• A lovely stockist, Laughing Sheep Yarns, set up this lovely display of Luma, including a sample of the Cloe Cardigan by Kristen Hipsky knit by Joanne.

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• One of our wonderful sales reps, Narda, recently finished this shawl in The Fibre Co. Road to China Lace.
Wildfibers displayed this lovely pile of samples featuring The Fibre Co. Luma, including Bennett Creek, Stone Point, and Braidsmaid by Martina Behm.

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• Our friend Maura from The Projectory wrapped herself up in a self-designed Fibre Co. Terra cowl while bundling up on one of Philly's cold snowy days.
Ding Ren's whole feed is lovely, but I'm especially biased towards this moody image of her in her St. Brendan pullover. (As a bonus, she is one half of the amazing Google Sheep View.)

ROW 4 /
• Philly yarn store Loop posted this Origami Top Hat by Lori Versaci knit in The Fibre Co. Cumbria
• It was wonderful to follow along with Kehley as she worked on her now recently finished Bennett Creek, and love this in-progress shot she took.