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Coming into Full Bloom: Flannel Season

Posted by Hannah Kinsey, The Vermont Flannel Company on Sep 25th 2019

Coming into Full Bloom: Flannel Season

In Vermont, spring is a season of mud and “surprise” snow flurries. Summer is short, most wouldn’t even call it a summer, just a “warming.” And winter? Well, winter can seem gloomy to the not-so-outdoor … read more →
Coming Apart at the Seams? Quilters at the Ready

Posted by Hannah Kinsey, The Vermont Flannel Company on Sep 17th 2019

Coming Apart at the Seams? Quilters at the Ready

(Quilt Artist: Eunice)Finished with your most recent quilting project and unsure of what to do for your next one? Dear reader, I say, choose one with flannel!So it’s happened, the cuffs on that flannel s … read more →
A Day Around Barre

Posted by Hannah Kinsey, The Vermont Flannel Company on Sep 11th 2019

A Day Around Barre

When visiting Vermont, or a new area in Vermont, I recommend starting the day out with flannel because, well, odds are it is going to be cold or get cold, at least at one point in the day. So, when visit … read more →
It’s All in How you Carry Yourself

Posted by Hannah Kinsey, The Vermont Flannel Company on Sep 4th 2019

It’s All in How you Carry Yourself

One, it’s seven o’clock on a cool morning, mist is still rising from the trees, the smell of coffee is starting to awaken your senses and you know, in twenty minutes you are supposed to be heading to the … read more →
 A Day Around Johnson

Posted by Hannah Kinsey, The Vermont Flannel Company on Aug 20th 2019

A Day Around Johnson

It happens a lot when you travel to a new place, or a place that has sat a few miles down the road for a number of years, you have no idea what to do when you get there. Modern technology makes this dile … read more →
Flannel Roads Only in Vermont

Posted by Hannah Kinsey, The Vermont Flannel Company on Jul 31st 2019

Flannel Roads Only in Vermont

“The mountains are calling and I must go.”  - John Muir Up in the area, that by locals is referred to as the Kingdom, in the deep North, three trails begin that lead up to the third highes … read more →