I have been listing some locks and handspun in the shop as I have time. Since the winter weather has let up a bit, I have had time to get caught up on some projects. 🙂 The sheep are doing great and the fleeces look super nice! Handspun from my flock. New … Read More
Today was a taste of spring….finally. I am happy to get a good photo of one of my Cormo sheep… Most photos end up like the one below because the sheep are always too close! The long towel warp is off the AVL loom. Now time to hem! The above … Read More
I have added some washed locks, batts, and dyed fibers to the shop! The beautiful grey locks are from one of my favorite wethers. I have added some new fiber medleys and art batts too. Be sure to stop and shop. Happy spinning!! 🙂
While most people are enjoying winter from the inside looking out, farmers are on the outside and are too busy to look in! This winter has been quite mild but there has still been plenty of work with winter feeding/haying along with keeping the sheep and horses inside, out of … Read More
My Cormo ram, Pyt, has found a new home. He left along with my beautiful silver 98% Wensleydale ram and 2 of my 93% black rams. These are all excellent rams with great fleeces and confirmation. I have had lots of really nice lambs by them. I will be introducing … Read More
Finishing up another long warp of a favorite draft on the AVL. These are towels in bright colors. Scarf warp wound for the Saori loom.
Fall is over and winter is on it’s way. Rug on the Toika. This flower has refused to die. Winter colors in the shop.
Saori weaving is a type of free form weaving. I use a lot of my art yarns/chunky yarns in Saori style weaving. The first step of the process starts with washing and dyeing the fleece. After the wool has dried, it is carded into a batt. The batt is spun … Read More
New fibers listed in the shop. Also, I have enabled the Etsy Direct Checkout for those who prefer to not use Paypal to checkout. I have carded a bunch of Cormo art batts for spinning. I will be listing some of the handspun yarn in the shop too! The sheep are … Read More
Fall is here and shearing will start soon for the Wensleydales. …A few fleece “on the hoof” photos I took while checking the sheep. There has been quite a bit of dyeing going on lately. Some is listed in the shop. Lots more to still list. Wensleydale locks … Read More