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Glass Bowl Series # 15

I bought this yarn at a yarn shop in Marion, IA to go with some homespun in my first pair of Mrs. Beeton’s wrist warmers. The home spun was a 2-ply with one ply being a burgundy-dyed sheep’s wool and … Continue reading

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Glass Bowl #13

I’ve been working on this shawl, a color affection, since The middle of March. It’s garter stitch, so I’ve gone a long way with minimal time and effort. I think what really makes this pattern is the colors. I can’t … Continue reading

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Glass Bowl #11

This ball of yarn (Blue Heron in blueberry) took forever to wind. by

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Glass Bowl #10

Moving away from textiles, this week’s glass bowl features a bag full of medicine and instructions from the vet. Lily has been unwell this week. But, we think we have a handle on it. by

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Glass Bowl #9

This is yarn hand spun from an art batt from Critter Ranch and some undyed Shetland wool from Whispering pines. Both farms are here to New York State. All home grown, this one! by

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Glass Bowl #8

A bowl full of handspan. The top ball is from an art batt from Critter Ranch. It is llama. It is also soft and colorful. by

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Glass bowl #7

This scarf was won at a fundraiser for the Ten Lives Club on Sunday. I’ve been wearing it all week. It is warm but it is also a little like wearing a muppet. by

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