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Annestown Beach – March 2018 Tiger Club

March is another month where I went with the colors I wanted, and fit an ‘inspiration’ to it. This has been just a long dreary winter and I was ready for some colors of spring! I love this picture of … Continue reading

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Wonderful Wensleydale

The Wensleydale sheep breed began with a cross of a Dishley Leichester ram and a Teeswater ewe in 1838. The result is a large sheep with ‘blue’ head and these wonderful long locks. The staple length is quite long in … Continue reading

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Fresh from the Dyepot – Wonderful Wensleydale

It is time for a new fiber to join the zoo!  Wensleydale is a lovely luster longwool, which means a staple length of 8 or so inches.  Lovely for lace, or fancy spinning like boucle.  All braids are 8 oz, … Continue reading

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