Inge Leonora-den Ouden wrote:Joseph, did you braid the flax into your own hair?
Galadriel Freden wrote:... there are both moths and carpet beetles in my house, and nothing is safe from them. I love wearing wool, especially in winter when it gets so cold and wet here in Britain; I love knitting with wool too. And I can (and do) darn my hand knitted items, but even when darned, moth holes mar a garment. I really don't know how to protect my woolly clothes from these pesky bugs, other than individually pack into ziploc bags (even the big vacuum pack bags somehow admitted moths).
My best solution is to have only a few woolly items, and wear them frequently...
*aka suburban garden
Erica Wisner wrote:
For other options, you might check out the lichen-based dyes used for traditional tweeds.
Carla Coleman wrote:Lori Ziemba - I would really like to make one of those ear-covering, floating hats. Is it your own pattern or can you tell me where I could find the pattern? Thank you, very much.
(This is the first time I have tried to post or respond to a post at Permies and I'm not at all sure I'm doing this correctly. Please forgive me if I end up in the wrong thread or something even more dire.)
Carla Coleman wrote:Thanks very much for the hat pattern, Lori!
Inge Leonora-den Ouden wrote:Niele, I love ytour 'bunny fluff'! Are those angora bunnies easy to keep? What do I have to think of if I want to have some of them?
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