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Inspiration from others...

Ive had these dyed Corriedale and English leicester locks and dyed Wensleydale fibre for a while now.

I started spinning them all up a week ago. 65 more words

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The more Jans the merrier

Jan 3 is our newest Jan. They are all talented and expert at what they do. Jan 3 is a cheerful, helpful person who has made it easy to get to know her as our newest Jan. 311 more words

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Felted collar

Talk about panache and environmentally friendly to boot! Natural fibres and upcycling have contributed to this spectacular felted collar by Alexis. She had a silk skirt she didn’t want to wear any more. 61 more words

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Our Microbiome

I received an email this morning from Dr. Mark Hyman regarding the human microbiome and felt it was something I needed to share. Rather than paraphrase his already short email, I decided to present it in it’s entirety here. 494 more words

Ten stitch blanket

Margaret has her ten stitch blanket well under control. Margaret likes to experiment with colour and technique. With the ten stitch blanket it’s about technique. Her first way of doing the sides produced a double colour seam. 68 more words

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Ragi Chili Pancakes

Today’s recipe hero is Ragi (Finger Millet). Ragi is whole grain that is gluten free and widely used as a staple food in Asia and Africa. 206 more words

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