I have been keeping a secret for a while now. I’ve been putting off telling about it, partly because I’ve been busy working on it, and partly because I’ve been a bit nervous about sharing it. It’s really not a bit deal - except for me it sure is. The wool from my sheep has been processed into yarn at my local spinning mill!! I’m going to dye it with plants from my land, and send it out in the world. I’m holding it like a baby, because it is kind of a new baby to me. I’m working with natural dyeing as much as I can, while there’s still leaves to dye with. I’ve found a name for my tiny yarn company, and am looking for the right online platform for hosting it. There’s more to consider that I first expected, but that is quite all right, I’m enjoying it so much.
I would love to hear any thoughts and advice - do you have any experiences you’d like to share?
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