I have a large bag of freshly washed sheep's wool that we sorted into color piles. Sometime (maybe in Spring) we will try washing all the lanolin out of it. Its a little tricky to felt with right now.
Who could blame her with the lovely assortment of colors she had to work with?
She created her own 'signature colors' that we are going to use for this years christmas gifts.
Cyrus chose to ignore us and do his own thing...
Earlier this week we talked about how yarn was made. We looked through my yarn basket and noticed the way the hand spun had a special look and feel to it. I have a skein of this super soft wool from a local artisan in Prescott Arizona that was gifted to me last year.
camping trip. I love the results so much I am going to hang them in a group in my living room! We loosely followed directions from a Waldorf crafting book (Earthways page 148) and the beautiful tutorial at Natural Suburbia.
Thank you to The Magic Onions for bringing our families together for inspiration each Friday. Thank you to the women at Wee Folk Art for the curriculum that they lovingly provide. Thank you to Natural Suburbia for providing such outstanding tutorials.