OH I am drooling! So lovely! This is something I would love to learn to do. But as for now I will admire everyones. And will check out your etsy shop. Thanks for sharing and did you say the last one was from your rabbit?
Gorgeous! I love your rainbow yarn, planning to do some like that soon here ... once I get to dyeing some first. The angora looks very soft and squishy!Love your coils - never tried it but it looks fun, I have a friend who can spin the most amazing coil art yarns. Must try it one day x
I love that crazy yarn! Makes me want to learn to spin....or get better at knitting.
Oooooo- Eye Candy....
Yes, the last one's from my bunny!
Those yarns are *gorgeous!*
So fun to look at.
I love the yarn! I so want to have my own animals and learn how to spin my own yarn...
They're all so, so beautiful! And I love the coils.
That yarn is so beautiful! Do you use Charlotte Mason? I'm very interested in using it next year and saw you had a button.
Amy, I've read some Charlotte mason books and use some of the principles. We do living books for history and science, do nature study, and use copywork, narration, and dictation. I think all these things are helpful and enjoyable. But I'm not strict about it. I read about a lot of different schooling methods and pick and choose from what I like of each.
Beautiful yarn and the bunny is just so squishilicious!!
Yes, each so very beautiful. How I love to see pictures of handspun. They are works of art and heartwarming. The time and care and heart that has gone into creating each skien.
Wow, I am amazed. I love the hand painted owls you made (and that chick is so cute too!!!) You are very talented- I hope your shop does well.Your corn doll looks like fun, we will have to give that a try sometime...I'll tuck your idea away for corn season ;-)Kimmiemama to 8one homemade and 7 adopted
Thanks Kimmie - the owls are made by my sister-in-law. It's a shared etsy shop.