About

laura-sq-1Laura is a technical editor, knitter, spinner and podcaster.

She learned to knit at age 7 under the tutelage of her Grandma Ruthie.  These days she starts to develop twitches and facial tics if she doesn’t get in at least a few rows of knitting a day.

She learned about tea from her Dad. Although truthfully, she started to explore tea and the idea of this blog when she got tired of the same 6 Bigelow teas in the break room at work each day.

You can find Laura elsewhere on the web:

Twitter and Instagram as Fluffykira

Ravelry as Fluffyk

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  1. betty jo meshnik

    I BOUGHT THE TEAPOT AT A TEASHOP IN JULIAN CALIFORNIA

  2. I love reading all your tea reviews!
    I have nominated you for the Liebster Award! Here’s the link where you can find out the rules and what you have to do next!
    http://melissak84.wordpress.com/2014/04/28/liebster-award/

  3. I love this tea info. where did you get the Knitting box for tea ? I can’t find it anywhere.

    • I’m not sure which box you’re talking about… if you’re talking about the plate on which I display tea, it unfortunately was part of a limited edition run and I haven’t found it for sale anywhere.

  4. Paulette Shannon

    Hello,
    Enjoyed your podcast. Your enthusiasm is inspiring.
    Glad to see you made it home safe and sound.
    Sincerely,
    abcmom2 (from Alaska)

  5. Tea and cozy socks, what more could a person want! Love your blog, looking forward to following.

  6. Karen Hostetler

    Hi Laura, You designed a lovely cowl for us with our yarn “Alpine” I would like to talk about purchasing these patterns for our yarn club. Let me know what you think! Thank you for the nice review Karen

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