Another week of being knee deep in wool yardage and boy do I feel lucky! It is just part of a days work for me. One that never ever gets old! Marbleizing wool and the dyeing process is so magical. And just touching wool Continue reading
Some new wools have been listed today in my etsy shop, along with several colors that got sold out. You are the first Continue reading
New wools have just gone online in my Etsy shop. These are hand-dyed marbleized colors that are all soft and muted, perfect for many applications such as sewing and doll making, penny rugs, rug hooking, and Continue reading
Just a heads up about the new wool heading to my Etsy shop. I have been dyeing more marbleized wool colors and am excited to introduce them Continue reading
Here are some new marbleized wools in my Etsy shop. Lately I like to reference my wools with my dye book colors. I have 2 swatch sets: The Dusty Dye Book set and The Vintage Dye Book set. If you have a set this will make choosing colors Continue reading
So now when you want to browse through my blog and find a pattern or a hint, all you need to do is click on Continue reading
Here are some of my new marbleized wools currently for sale in my Etsy shop. These colors make me happy! Springtime is Continue reading
In my wool kitchen today, putting wool away from an order, washing wool, and dreaming of lovely color combinations.
It is so wonderful to have wool in my hands, examining each texture and color nuance.
I love to organize it by color, creating soft muted rainbows of fabric Continue reading
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You don’t have to be from the US or a subscriber or a customer. Continue reading
I have had many requests for this flower pattern and got up the gumption to get it all together for you, my creative readers. To celebrate Spring, here is the Frilly Peony. Continue reading