Raising Finnish Landrace, Cotswold, Border Leicester, and Romeldales, in the Heart of Illinois, as well as working with rescue llamas.

Saturday, March 9, 2013

Ahh, Saturday!

Ahh, a rainy Saturday. The remaining snow from winter's last well played last stands doesn't stand a mere chance against todays' balmy projected 45*. True to traditional there will be mud for the next month, but spring is coming swiftly and there is just something about the steady soothing patter of rain splashing on the windows that simply soothes my soul.  But this is a special type of Saturday that only comes once a month. A day that helps get my creativity flowing for the rest of the month. A day where I get to be surrounded by other fiber lovers, a day of fiber fellowship! That's right it is fiber guild Saturday!!! Today's topic is entralac crochet and the breed study wool is cheviot. I'll leave you with a recent photo....
My finished skein from last month's breed study wool, Leicester Longwool, spun on my Ashford Traditional in the grease long draw, Navajo plied but not well as I am so out of practice with the technique... always something new to learn or relearn!!

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