Hi team! Our box is on its way to Sarah in Australia. Just a recap, even though the craft guild is no longer taking craft donations, Sarah is aware of our shipment and gave the go ahead to send our shipment. We also sent some items to Operation Wildlife near Lawrence Kansas, here in the
I’m working with the Wildflower Acres farm in Fillmore, Missouri. Joanna owns a small flock of Corriedale sheep bred specifically as a handspinner’s flock. She keeps her eye on genetics and micron count and continues to breed for finer, more lustrous colored fleeces. Much of the research surrounding micron count only focuses on Merino sheep.
I just finished another crochet project, the Hotel of Bees Shawl by Christina Hadderingh. This shawl has a lot of beautiful details, but I’ll warn you, it is a bit of a tricky pattern because of the decreases on each row. Still, it makes a deliciously complex finished object. Instead of following the color changes,
At this exact moment, you might be asking yourself… is that a pasta maker? Why, yes, my astute student, that is indeed a pasta maker. But, Meagan, what are you doing with a pasta maker? Last year, I planted flax in my square foot garden. I ended up with a nice, 8 sq ft crop.
Many of us have taken the leap. We’ve dug deeper than dyed roving. We’ve tackled fleece in its own element. We’ve faced a raw fleece and lived to tell about it. Scouring raw fleece can be rewarding. Many of the unique breeds available to us are only available as fleece. Fleece with unique qualities often
Looking for some color inspiration for your fiber? Try one of these color apps. Yes, I know there are a ton of great apps out there. These are a few of my favorites. CANVA Canva is a multi-faceted tool that allows you to design professional-looking documents, logos and infographics. It also has a nice palette
Hey team! Good news! Most of the craft need has been met! Worldwide attention to this effort has paid off. If you have completed items, please still send them to me, but you can save your future craftiness for other great efforts. Sarah, my contact at the guild, is aware of our shipment, which is
I talked to Sarah, the Australian guild member I’ve been working with. The hubs continue to be closed for inventorying, but she will still take anything that our group sends. She is aware of our efforts. So feel free to still work on and send whatever items you’re preparing for donation. Deadline is still February
Hi team! Another update on the joey pouches. The Australian Animal Rescue Craft Guild put out an announcement this morning. They’re taking stock of their donated supplies and will put out an updated need list soon. If you’re working on a pouch or nest, finish that one up and hold on. They may need more
Hi team. Here’s an update on the joey pouches we talked about here. I’ve gotten a lot of questions, so here is an update to help those of you who are helping! Q. What if I can’t make your February 5 deadline? A. There are shipping hubs throughout the U.S. which you can mail your