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Once upon a time, in a yarn shop not far from the foothills of the Rocky Mountains, I heard a knitter, a weaver, a shepherd, a dyer, a gardener, a fiber artist, and a spinner discussing the term terroir.

Riešinės have been popular in Lithuania for a long time, at least since the mid-19th century. They’ve had a recent surge in popularity due to the publication of a book of patterns by designer Irena Juškienės.