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Shawl handknit of handspun yarns and several local sourced yarns. All the wools and alpaca in this misty shawl are handspun. The so very soft kid mohair is from mountain colors montana which adds the warm halo to this shawl. The shetland handspun yarn is from a sheep farm near Colville WA. I did knit this shawl. Pastels are not my strong point, but this is so beautiful.  The pattern is designed by me. Knit side to side. The front length is shorter than the back, this covers your rear, yet not a lot of bulk up front. 
Measures 36" x 66"    before fringe
Stretchy.
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available knit or crochet! size 17 needle or Q hook.  One skein, 105 yards, knit this shoulder hugging shawl. I added accent conchs to the side front.


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September 11, 2020
My handspun yarn Cayenne. Wool accent yarns.
This cozy set is ready for our Sat farmers market.

August 28, 2020

While I watched the kid Mohair dye and dry, I spun some beautiful natural color Suri alpaca. This is my colorway Sante Dior. Sante is from Sid's Fiberland of Newman Lake WA. Dior is from Pleasant Prairie Suris of Otis Orchards WA. Both fiber farms down the road from me. Sante Dior is listed in my Etsy shop.
 


August 18, 2020

Special project here. Cindy Taskila asked me to make a dream catcher with this doily hand knit by her mom. The grey handspun mohair is from her angora goat Storm and the ceramic adornments were made by @Nan Drye. I wanted to keep it simple to feature the doily.


August 14, 2020

When I am not going to set up at the Wednesday Farmers Market and it is a beautiful cool August day I must have a good plan. Those indigo plants could be ready.
Yesterday I decided what I would dye so I could have it prepared, soaking in water. I usually indigo dye kid mohair locks. Since I am out I chose a skein of my handspun with kid mohair locks and lambs wool locks sugar Boy, a skein of handspun Suri alpaca locks Mia, several skeins of adult mohair Snowflake and some nice 4 ply white wool yarn. Thinking if the vat lasts through this I will dye some freshly washed Suri alpaca.
Today at sunrise I plucked my indigo plant leaves. Following Rita Buchanann's recipe i brewed them up and like magic I have blue yarn!!!
The most exciting thing ever.


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