Frost, Fire And Ice: Bouclé or Kid Mohair

January in northern climes is not for the faint of heart. The often brutal weather weeds out those who must be outdoors for work or to care for livestock from folks who batten down the hatches and wait for spring. As a bit of both are in my own DNA, during winter photo shoots the blade of winter’s cold makes anticipation of reading and knitting (and being warm) at day’s end all the more alluring. More about kid mohair, mohair and blends that are luxurious, warm and gargeous – and a farm in New York that is dedicated to goats and sheep that produce this fine fiber. Continue Reading