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It’s still raining and the wool is still drying. On top of that, the basement flooded during the spring thaw and is still so moist that things are not drying as fast as usual. I extract most of the water … Continue reading
My son sent me a rare breed box from Namaste Farms for Christmas this year. Ryeland, Boreray, southdown, Manx Loughtan, Black Welsh Mountain. I washed them all immediately. They were of varying quality…short cuts, some scurf, stuff…but the Boreray! Oh … Continue reading
The eco-printed scarves are almost ready for the Women’s Art Festival. There are not a whole lot of them…because they are NEW! They are silk. They are delicate. They will probably be overwhelmed by all the bright wool in the … Continue reading
In the Indigo class with Dagmar Klos, I dyed grey Corriedale locks and white Romney locks. Last night I carded them together and today I spun them. The fiber was tacky…I couldn’t remember how I had cleaned the Romney, … Continue reading
My friend Pauline came over today and we dyed INDIGO in the garden. Oh my gosh! we were tired at the end, way beyond what we thought we should be! Maybe we are just getting old. I mixed up a … Continue reading
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