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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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August 7, 2020

August 7, 2020

Spinning up a new colorway with fall in mind!
I have had to change the name of this green yarn. It is really Fiona from Suzanne J Artley. Her fleece is as soft as Julie's merinos. I didn't see a name on the fleece and assumed it was one of the merino. This am going through fleeces to pick one for a new red I found the label Cayenne . This would make a good red yarn name. Like a red hot Cayenne pepper. Coming up next.


July 29, 2020

Spinning a new yarn.
Alpaca and sari silk threads.


June 21, 2020

Several lock spun alpaca skeins ready for the @kootenaicountyfarmersmarket tomorrow.
The cream are corespun Suri alpaca locks from Temptress.
The white fluff is adult Angora goat from Snowflake.
The grey rust is corespun alpaca locks from Sante and shadow.


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