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The wool and mohair used in my handspun yarns is grown on sheep and angora goats tended by local shepherdess. I buy only the softest and cleanest freshly sheared fleeces. I wash, pick, card, dye and spin these fibers into colorful, uniquely textured, one of a kind yarns.

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October 21, 2016

October 22, Tomorrow is the last market at Hayden for the season. We hope you will join us to stock up on all your favorite foods and crafts. Next Saturday we will be at our downtown location-5th and Sherman- starting at 10:00 am as part of the Fall Fest Celebration. Mark your calendars for our amazing Winter Market, Dec. 3 at the Fairgrounds. We are so grateful for your patronage and support. We small farmers and crafters depend on you so we can continue to grow clean, healthy food and produce one of a kind art and yummy baked goods, teas and coffee. It's hard work, but we love it, and we really appreciate being able to interact with you every week.

my booth will not be behind the stage, as it is our move the barn red fixtures to the west end and as i pack up my booth i am then in the way. so just look for me!!

October 17, 2016

Kootenai County Farmers Market Saturday, the skies only drizzled on us a tiny bit. We were a full Market with many optimistic vendors and happy customers. It was customer appreciation day and the best home made soups and pastries were enjoyed!

Wonderful local grown and made products and more are still available at our Market. 
Saturday Oct 22 is our last Market of the 2016 season at 95& prairie.

Saturday Oct 29 we will be downtown CDA for the harvest festival.

thank you all who chanced the weather and espec thanks to all who needed my yarns, hats, mittens, scarves and shawls to keep warm!

see you next saturday....

October 14, 2016

I did get a bit of spinning done this week. and finished a shwal.

A new color way Autumns arrival. Purple, teal green and rust streaks. This is what i see in my garden now, purple asters between the lavender, green vegetation and rust mums, sun flowers and paint brush highlighting it all. This is listed in my etsy shop if you can not wait for it here. 

Another big windy rainy weather system is washing out our weekend. not sure if i can put up my EZ up in 25 mph winds!!

weather is saying the typhoon will not arrive till 2 pm, SO saturday october 25, i will be set up at our Kootenai county farmers Market. open 9 to 130 at 95 & prairie north of CDA idaho.  it is customer appreciation day. free soup, really good soup, pastries, bread. cant go wrong here. 

So we will see what tomorrow brings when it arrives....

October 7, 2016

looks lika another rainy day for our market, Saturday, OCTOBER8, I will be at the Kootenai County Farmers Market located 95 & prairie. open 9-130p. the fall produce is coming in now, squash, apples, sweet corn, good food, plants, flowers, coffee, breakfast, lunch, local crafters and live music. 

My booth is located behind the stage, filled with tons of handspun yarns, hats, shawls all made by me from sheep and alpaca grown right here in eastern WA and N Idaho.

this week we went up to priest lake for a 2 day vacation, lots of hiking along the shoreline and forest trails. Even had time for beach knitting every morining. 

since I have finished up my iris flower dyeing. Quite a process with the presoaking of the wool, then mordanting by cooking in a creme of tartar and alum bath. brewing up the iris flowers and then cooking the wool and mohair in the iris vat. i did get 5 pounds of fiber and some yarn skeins dyed up this time.It came out a beautiful soft earthy almost mint green. Thinking i will add some indigo dyed locks as i spin it. now i like to let it set and cure. hopefully after i spin a skein and wash it i will have some color left. always a surprise till the end.

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