In Bozeman, we are working through our transition to winter, but we are enjoying our usual lovely fall. There is still plenty of color in the trees and warm, sunny days. I've been working like crazy to spin up every bit of wool in the house in preparation for a long winter of weaving.
Here is the last of my colored wool, freshly spun and washed. This will add some zip to a rug!
Here's a ginormous bag of natural color yarn which I'll soon be taking up to Mom's house where my rug loom resides (bless you, Mom).
I also love taking advantage of the warm weather to dry on the line my most recent rigid heddle weaving project: yardage for a warm and wonderful fall poncho. I adore these colors!
Our grass is astonishingly green for this time of year, thanks to a recent rainy (and last week, snowy) spell we've had. Today the doggie and I are just grateful for a little sunshine and warmth. We'll soak it up and savor it, knowing that soon our landscape will be dressed in it's winter cloak of white.
Barb French works and plays with wool and other natural fibers in beautiful Bozeman, Montana. Life in the Northern Rocky Mountains is great; just ask the sheep. Read about the ups and downs, the twists and turns along the road of Barb's fiber adventures.