Olenka Kleban wrote:Thank you Judith for the wonderful wool and dye package! I am experimenting with the bodark. Your package, as Sam's photos show, is full of lots of useful things, from materials (wools, yarn), to dyestuffs (bodark, onion skins, woad, and more!), to tools (spindles, crochet hooks, apron), to intructables (books- spindle and dyeing), to gifts (scarf, sacks). Judith also wrote a really lovely note that goes with the package. If any gappers are going through this box from Judith, be sure to read her note- it is useful for navigating her package.
Thank you Judith! You and Steve remind me a lot of the folks of the firefox series: as teachers, documenters, sharers, and students of various crafts.
Kara Haltom wrote:Good day friends. J and myself have been getting used to this Montana cold. Doing work here is fun but would be easier if I could feel my fingers. Been doing jumpimg jacks to get the warm blood to my extremities. A pack of hand warmers would be lovely and useful. Any help is very appreciated.
paul wheaton wrote:Instead of handwarmers, how are you set for hats, gloves, boots and layers?
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