I attempted to dye my Coopworth with some birch bark, as described in Jenny Dean’s Wild Color book. It didn’t work. All I got was little pieces of bark stuck in my wool. It was supposed to dye a reddish color, so I added a bit of some kind of red dye that I bought, so now it’s a little red. Very disappointed.
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- Ístex is celebrating 30 years of Lopi with a very special pattern book, Lopi 41. And we are thrilled to have their trunk show with us for the next few weeks. Come touch and try on these beautiful sweaters. We are all stocked up on this gorgeous yarn, so come pick out your colors and cast on.Thanks for visiting us today and showing off your Lopi hand-knits! You all look amazing. ❤️🧶Did you grab your exclusive 2022 KnitWit project bag? These will not be re-made once they are gone. These large hand-made bags feature a dragon knitting with some lances. He was drawn by local artist Scott Nash of nashbox.www.KnitWitattheShores.comWe still have a few of these beautiful kits left in stock to help you celebrate the holiday season! Grab yours today. When they are gone, we won't be getting any more.
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