A Wondrous Fibre Day

This afternoon we went to Mimi Luebbermann’s open day at Windrush Farm, what a warm welcome! and delectable, hand-spun, hand dyed yarns…it almost made me believe I could do it too, like Marlie from Black Mountain Artisans in Point Reyes Station~all from this~to this…Get them young…Spinning and weaving have been part of our lives for about 62,000 years, give or take. No wonder it speaks to us, grounds us, connects us with the world about us, animal and plants. It is a basic connection.

About Tricia Rose

Not distracted by shiny objects.
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10 Responses to A Wondrous Fibre Day

  1. All that beautiful wool. Charmaine

  2. Melody says:

    What a beautiful spot and I agree the wool is beautiful.

  3. Therese Long says:

    How beautiful!
    You must have been in heaven!

  4. Rachael says:

    What a lovely trip. I understand the attraction. Every year for my daughter’s (and my) birthday, we stay at a beautiful sheep farm. I just love watching the shearing and feeling the wool. We always bring some home.. I love your starfish too..Rachaelxx

  5. Struggler says:

    I love the wisdom in that first face you showed!

  6. zerodtkjoe says:

    Thanks for the info

  7. Such lush gorgeous colors. I am drooling!!!!

  8. badmash says:

    I just signed up to your blogs rss feed. Will you post more on this subject?

  9. Miri Leigh says:

    Now you have me looking around for my knitting needles. :)

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