Sat, Mar 28|
VIRTUAL Bobolink Yarns Trunk Show & Shepherd Talk
We couldn't be more excited to be partnering with Bobolink as they launch their inaugural line of local breed-specific, flock-specific yarn. No registration necessary.
Time & Location
Mar 28, 2020, 11:00 AM – 3:00 PM
Notion's brick-and-mortar storefront is temporarily closed, but with the launch of our online ordering platform, we are excited to bring you new virtual ways to stay engaged with our local maker community!
Please join us for an all-virtual, social distancing friendly trunk show and shepherd talk presented by Katie Sullivan of Central Vermont's own Bobolink Yarns. Here are the components that make up this exciting digital event:
- Free sample giveaway! The first 50 customers to fill out this form will be shipped a free sample of Bobolink Yarns' new local hand-dyed Scuttleship Romney 3-Ply Fingering yarn: https://forms.gle/NGUKRzpbj4EuhAbH6
- Facebook Live shepherd talk, Q&A, and barn tour at 11:00 AM on Saturday, March 28th
- Shop online! Watch this space and our other social media platforms for the link to buy Bobolink's new local hand-dyed Scuttleship Romney 2-Ply Fingering yarn from Notion and support two amazing local, woman-owned businesses.
We couldn't be more excited to be partnering with Bobolink as they launch their inaugural line of local breed-specific, flock-specific yarn. Their initial offering is a 3-ply fingering-weight yarn from the Romney sheep of Scuttleship Farm in Panton, Vermont. This yarn is Animal Welfare Approved and spun by a mill that specializes in producing fine yarn from long-wool breed sheep.
Bobolink Yarns aims to bridge the sheep to yarn market gap by paying small-scale shepherds a fair and sustainable price for raw wool, milling it into top quality yarn, and bringing that yarn to New England yarn shops. Owners Katie Sullivan and Matt Wimmer raise sheep at Cloverworks Farm in Irasburg, Vermont, and are passionate about local yarn.