Posted on December 4, 2012
We’re having a whale of a time with our Great White Bale adventure, which began on January 1st. I am the proud owner of a very special 676-pound bale of superfine Saxon Merino from upstate New York, and over the next few months I’ll be walking through the process of turning that bale into yarn. Not one, not two, but four different kinds of yarn. And I’m taking you with me!
In our latest installment, we flew to Virginia to watch Jennifer Heverly, of Spirit Trail Fiberworks, dye our third lot of yarn a most enchanting shade of peacock blue.
Would you like to join The Great White Bale, follow along in our adventure, see pictures, ask questions, and chat with a stellar group of co-adventurers? We’d love to have you! Here’s how you can join.
Are you a member already? Log in using the form at right. Can’t remember your username or password? Get help here.
Did you pay for a membership but not yet set up a profile? Just drop Jane a line and she’ll get you going.
Take care, and thanks for reading,