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Episode 021: Saremy Duffy of Chicken Boots

http://traffic.libsyn.com/stashpodcast/Episode_21_Complete_-_1817_7.13_PM.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: iTunes | Android | RSS EPISODE 021 – SAREMY DUFFY Today’s guest is Saremy Duffy, founder of Chicken Boots. Chicken Boots is a company where knitting and sewing meet: thoughtfully designed and handcrafted bags and accessories made with knitters in mind. Saremy started out her career in the apparel… Keep Reading

2016 Wasn’t all Bad: A Year in Review

I’ve never written a year in review post before. Truthfully, it seems a little daunting. A year is SO long! But something has been bothering me lately. Maybe it’s bothered you, too. There’s an overwhelming message of negativity, sadness, and hopelessness being shared in the world and on social media right now. From the loss of… Keep Reading

Episode 020: Stylist Stasia Savasuk

http://traffic.libsyn.com/stashpodcast/Episode_20_Complete_-_122616_12.14_PM.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: iTunes | Android | RSS EPISODE 020 – Stasia Savasuk Today’s guest is style coach, power thrifter, and empowerment expert Stasia Savasuk. Her story is quite remarkable and takes us on a journey through her time in the peace corps to becoming a medical mother & fierce advocate for… Keep Reading

Guest Designer Classes: Andrea Rangel

We are so excited to bring designer Andrea Rangel back to Stash for a full day of fun classes on January 21st, 2017!  You may remember Andrea from her visit to Stash in the fall of 2014 (click here to read our interview with her!). Maybe you’ve seen her incredible patterns on Ravelry (The Knitter’s… Keep Reading
4 Steps to Giving Yourself the Gift of Self-care

Give Yourself the Gift of Self-Care this Holiday Season

This time of year can be so full of to-dos that it may feel impossible to make time for yourself. Between shuttling the kids around to their activities, tending to work responsibilities, doing holiday shopping, or just keeping up with LIFE, the idea of adding one more thing feels impossible. But I’m here to tell… Keep Reading