It is a huge pain in the ass to clean. I bought ten pounds of white merino fleece. It's pretty clean, not a lot of vegetable matter but it's SUPER greasy!
I ran across this brilliant site the other day while cruising the 'net. I suppose nobody remembers now, but my first question when I joined MWK was about ganseys, and they still fascinate me.
I've been back in the states for about a month and in that month just about everything in my life has changed...some good, some bad.
I've taken the plunge and entered the world of blogging. Check it out at goodforaboy.com/blog.
I'm close to finishing a shawl with the "Noro knock off" Boku Plymouth yarn. I'm worried I've made a mistake. It's very pretty, but it's the scratches thing I've ever felt.
The Southeast Animal Fiber Fair is in Asheville the weekend of October 22-24, 2010. I've signed up for a Friday spinning class and a Saturday Orenburg lace class.
I may be getting some llama fiber. 10 or so fleeces from some one I know.
What would I do with all of these? Get them processed and sell them on Etsy??? Or... Suggestions???
I've been ordering materials from knitpicks.com lately. I was wondering what some of you other guys thought about their products???
Finished the sweater I was working on for my upcoming vacation week in Province town.