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Holiday Sale

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Please mark your calendars. I will be selling my wool at Mimi’s Windrush Farm Holiday Art Sale along with more talented local makers. I hope to see you there. 11 more words


A Sheepishly Wooly Fact

Merino sheep are prized for their super-fine wool. In a skin area about the size of a postage stamp, these sheep will carry between 10,000 and 15,000 fibers. 43 more words


How Is Wool Made Machine-Washable?

Any wool (or protein fiber) is washable by hand and, often, in gentle cycles in cool water. Machine washable wool – wool that can be made into garments that can be tossed into a washing machine with no worry of shrinking – is readily available. 529 more words


November FO: Regular Guy Beanie

Finally, the Fall season begins with all of its colors and cooler weather. Between work and stressing over my son’s college applications (he’s a senior), it has been busy. 178 more words


New yarn from mixed fiber...another method of recycling :-)

As promised i’m taking pictures during my process of creating stuff for the Enchanted stand to give you some tutorial, and after i’ve crochet several stuff, i’ve collected the last cm of yarn (rests from each project). 276 more words

Recycling Is Fun!

Buh Bye, Drywall...Hello, Fibers!

Drywall, also known in the building industry as gypsum board, is used extensively throughout the United States, Canada, Europe, Australia, and New Zealand. In the early 1900s, drywall began to gain ground over the use of plaster walls. 272 more words


Woman Spots Mysterious Fibers Falling From Sky That 'Looked Like 60-Foot-Long Solid Raindrops'

CHINO VALLEY, Ariz. (CBS Las Vegas) — A woman was “frightened” after she spotted mysterious fibers falling from the sky earlier this month.

Marie Snow saw these long fibers falling in Chino Valley on Nov. 148 more words