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Baby Alpacas, Socks And Pink Bears?

by Kimberly A. Cook                 (Twitter@  WarriorTales)

It seems I’ve developed a serious alpaca addiction. While on our girls road trip a couple of weekends ago we drove by a herd of alpacas we hadn’t seen before and I almost slammed on the brakes. 440 more words

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If you have followed me for any length of time, you know that each September I head to Unity Maine for the Common Ground Fair.  Along with several tens of thousands of my closest friends and relatives.  1,476 more words

How I Spent My Day

Logwood Dyed Yarn

Our farm blend yarn. Alpaca/merino/rambouillet. All wool from our farm and other local small farms. No imported wool!


On September, Pears And Alpacas

by Kimberly A. Cook           (Twitter@  WarriorTales)

On this first day of September it’s fun to look forward to the fruits of Fall. That’s what I do to distract myself from the coming shorter days when the sun retreats to Bermuda and we get longer nights and shorter light. 346 more words

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Dirty Little Secret

I recently told a friend about my dirty little secret. One of my favorite summer morning rituals: Washing fiber. I’ve been doing this mostly at the farm, but just brought the wash tubs home and have run short hoses from both outlets into the flower beds. 138 more words

Alpaca Fibers

"Rebel" & "Detroit" Hand-spun Alpaca Yarn

“Rebel” is available for purchase at this time. This is at minimum, an 80% alpaca blend giving off hints of rose-grey, pink, purple, and blues. Of course, I think everyone should make socks, but would make a lovely winter hat or scarf for the warmth or request multiple skeins and receive a discounted rate. 174 more words

Alpaca Fibers