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Tag Archives: wool roving
In September, I took Teri Berry’s first Concertina Hat Class online. Unfortunately, I didn’t finish on time due to taking another class and travel. But I’ve completed the first two hats. Here is the Concertina hat with some silk embellishment: … Continue reading
This is the last of my summer experiments with natural dyeing. Cochineal are those little scale insects that are picked off of cacti. I’ve seen some really nice results using cochineal such as Nada’s experience she posted on the forum … Continue reading
My husband I recently went to Florida to visit our son and his family. I usually try to bring some wool for my grandsons to play with. We also babysat while our son and daughter-in-law took a weekend away for … Continue reading
The first two years I was felting I used the shoe storage method to store my fiber. But as a fiber enthusiast and one to try new things my inventory and tool collection kept growing. So, it became quite unruly. … Continue reading
While I haven’t been very active on the forum, I have been busy with small felt projects and traveling. Everyone had been interested in what I would do with my “denim paper.” Well, I tore some of it up in … Continue reading
by Guest Artist/Author Cathy Wycliff (Luvswool) We, Marilyn (Pandagirl) and I (Luvswool), had never attended a “fiber fair,” so there were expectations and then the reality of the Fair. We had planned for many months to attend the annual Fair … Continue reading