How has it been a month already?

Natalia Wilson | 11 November, 2022

            How has it been a month already?

What a whirlwind of a month! Although I have been posting pictures over on my Instagram account (@malojosjewelry), I haven't been taking the time to blog, since well, what time?

Wool & Folk was absolutely fantastic! Catherine and Felicia put together a fantastic show, and it was an absolute pleasure to be a part of it. And personally, it was very successful, and I am just about to mail out the last order placed during the show! I know I say it takes 3-4 weeks to fulfil orders, but I always aim to get them out before the 3 week mark, but I have never had so many post show orders before. I am grateful for everyone's patience as I get these rings out as fast as I can.

Check out the view from the Hutton Brickyards, where Wool & Folk is held:

The view of the Hudson River from the Hutton Brickyards in Kingston, NY.

A view of one of the aisles of booths at Wool & Folk

Looking down the aisle from my booth at Wool & Folk

The Malojos Jewelry booth at Wool and Folk, featuring a table with a black tablecloth, upon which there are jewelry displays on risers, and a sign hanging in the back of the white tent with picture of the Knitting needle gauge rings and the Malojos Jewelry logo.

The Malojos booth right before Wool & Folk opened for the day.

A blue plastic T-Rex wearing a cream colored shawl, and holding a sign that reads: welcome to wool and folk"

Trexy is ready to welcome shoppers to our Wool & Folk booth.


Saturday and Sunday I was in the Cooperative Press booth at NYSW in Rhinebeck, NY. I don't know if I have ever seen it so crowded!

Checking out the crowd at NYSW

This doesn't begin to do this crowd justice. About 40,000 people came over the weekend!

A maple tree in its full autumn glory of red leaves framed by the bluest sky.

Seriously, this tree!

Malojos jewelry set up in part of the Cooperative Press booth at NYSW.

My little corner of the Cooperative Press booth at NYSW

Natalia grinning from ear to ear because she can't even with how cute the sheep are.

You know I had to start the day by visiting the sheep and goats!


Ever since I got back from NY, it's been all about getting orders done, and I am so happy to back doing what I love! 

Orders are still taking the full 3-4 weeks for the foreseeable future, so if you plan to order presents for Xmas, please start getting those orders in! Thanks!


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