Wednesday, February 12, 2014

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Handspun wool – variegated – dyed in oven

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The warp is half wool, half cotton – I liked the ‘surprising’ way the warp shows up as it adjusts around the variation in the bulk of the handspun warp


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Here is our first book out in ebook format.  A very kind professional graphic artist is going to revise our cover probono – what a gift and thank you Ben!o Click here to view or purchase:  A STORY WITHOUT WORDS

It lists for $2.99 and can be read free for Amazon Prime customers.  Reviews for the book on the Amazon.com site are WELCOME and appreciated!


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2 thoughts on “+JUST 4 WEAVING PHOTOS

    • Thank you! Very simple in design but very labor intensive to get the effect I like. I think of it like “value added agriculture” where the grower makes something from the food grown and THEN sells to consumers. Here it is the raw fleece transformed. MANY if not MOST spinners spin from commercial roving which is hideously ugly and dead in my mind. Spinning from raw fleece that goes through washings and carding has a life in it still. ANYWAY – would love to make you guys one so let me know colors sometime! I am wanting more dyes in the rust, amber, ochre ranges and am currently stuck using what I currently have!! xoxox

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