Category Archives: Fiber Happenings

Sharing, because…

I’ve always enjoyed Robin Lynde’s posts from Meridian Jacobs. Her current series of Close To Home blog posts is such a fascinating look at the journeys from farms to gallery. Sharing, because.. I love the stories of the farms, the … Continue reading

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Snippet – and what color is lilac, anyway?

“a small piece of information or news, a small part of something” Snippet – the word of the day and the theme of this post. Because sometimes ….that’s the way it is. What color is lilac? Well, it’s not the … Continue reading

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It is a good day to dye!

It is a good day to dye (not die)! Although I spin my own Jacob Sheep fleeces into yarn for most of my yarn needs, I admit to getting just a bit carried away accumulating practice yarn for my antique … Continue reading

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That was the week that was…

My two favorite baby rams continue to develop well. I continue to bite my nails, shepherd them away from any fences or trees that might damage those promising horns, and threaten to wrap them in bubble wrap in padded stalls. … Continue reading

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The Color Purple

“I think it pisses God off if you walk by the color purple in a field somewhere and don’t notice it.” –Alice Walker Not wanting to piss anyone off and it being a lovely fall day, I spent some time … Continue reading

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Rainy Days and Mondays…

don’t always get me down, despite the wailings of Richard and Karen. I like rainy days (well, until it gets to be the fourth or fifth rainy day in a row) and, with no schedule, Monday is another day in … Continue reading

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Playing Cards

Or …. Carding Plays… Or just getting batty. I love to drum card fiber. I don’t always card fiber because I’m working towards a finished yarn or a felting project. Sometimes I card just to watch the process. I really … Continue reading

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