Thursday, February 26, 2015

The HomeAcre Hop #109




The end of February and it is still dropping below zero at night.  Yes, I am still hanging  out in my makeshift studio dyeing wool, yellow, oranges, and greens. You can't tell I am longing for Spring.

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9 comments:

  1. Oh you are doing so well with the dyeing I LOVE the colour in your photo. With this cold it is a good thing to be doing. Hug B

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  2. I thought it was about time I joined in your blog hop. Thank you for hosting Sandra. Hug B

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    1. I am so happy that you did!! Love your post!!

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  3. That color is a burst of spring delight!

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    1. Thanks Fiona! I tried visiting your blog but it kept redirecting me to an ad?

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  4. I love dying my wool fleeces but haven't gotten around to it yet this year. I usually do it in spring or summer, outdoors , over the huge propane camp stove. That orange fleece is looks so cheery and warm .

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    1. In am glad to have the distraction, February has been soooo cold! I look forward to warmer weather, and dyeing with some plants :)

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  5. I love the color of that wool! So pretty! I hope you've been well this summer. Bet you are ready for spring like me!

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  6. Thanks for featuring our Period Movies Post :) It was such fun to write! Have a lovely week!

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