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Yarn, Paper, Sisters is formed by three sister inlaws who reside in various states across the country who share the same last name and a love of making things.   We thought this would be a great venue to share not only with each other, but anyone else who would like to journey along with us on our adventures.

Julie resides in Minnesota.  She has been around the longest.   She lives with her husband, three crazy, active children, a dog sized cat and a horse sized dog.   Her current crafty obsession is knitting.  Yarn seems to have taken over her life.  Before that, there was stained glass.  And before that, there was quilting.  And before that . . .

Kim lives in Colorado with her husband and two active boys and a very patient dog.  She loves scrapbooking and recently has hopped on the knitting bandwagon thanks to peer pressure from Grandma B and Julie.

Liz lives in Washington with her husband, son, brand new baby girl and lab who is quite similar in size and disposition to Julie’s horse dog.  Liz is a scrapbooker who has also fallen in love with a sewing machine.

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  1. April 20, 2012 1:41 pm

    I am Mike’s Atlanta financial planner friend, Elizabeth, married to Mike’s really good friend from the FPA, Michael Smith. He stayed with us last night while here to speak to the UGA students (he was awesome BTW). he tells me you are a knitter and spinner and just emailed me your blog. Awesome! I am a not very good but devoted and passionate stash accumulating knitter myself. I’ve written a few financial blogs about my need for yarn and my “SABLE” – stash accumulated beyond life expectancy! I am calmed to know that you, a fine knitter, still has to “unknit” many times and start over many times. I love the ocean colored yarn – I have yarn in those beautiful colors and can’t wait to see what you decide to do with it. I look forward to meeting you one day and talking yarn vs. finance! I won’t be at Retreat in Scottsdale unfortunately otherwise I would takea you to my favorite yarn store in the little town of Cave Creek, just north of Scottsdale.
    I look forward to being a regular reader of your blog. You might like the site that my business partner and i started for women, about money and things. Might like to reblog one of yours that connects the two topics some time. Happy knitting!
    Elizabeth Jetton

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