Monday, July 1, 2019

Happy Canada Day!

A few weeks ago I finished combing another raw fleece, and this week I dyed almost half of it (the other part was left natural).


I dyed most of it shades of grey and then small amounts different bright colours.


Using a drum carder I blended it all together.


Here the fibre is ready for spinning. I chose to divide the colours into two colour groups so that I could make a marled yarn (each of the plies will be a different colour).


I wanted to create yarn for a grey sweater with a bit of interest. I spun and knitted a small sample to see how the blend would work, and I am happy with how it turned out. Tour de Fleece starts on Saturday and this will be one of my spinning projects that I hope to finish during the tour.


These geese held up so much traffic when we went to the city.

yellow wildflowers by the pond
yellow wildflowers in the grass
All the best!♥︎♥︎♥︎

1 comment:

Shepherdess55 said...

The yellow wildflowers are birdsfoot trefoil, a legume like alfalfa. I hope you found it in your pasture because it's good livestock forage.

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