A Touch of Green

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When I looked back to see which edition of Three Waters Farm Top of the Month Club the fiber I’m about to share with you was, I was thinking, “I remember the green was the key. It must have been that time of year when we’re thirsting for green.” To me, in Wisconsin, that means March.

collagetouchofgreenscorrie_mediumPhoto courtesy of Three Waters Farm

In North Carolina, where Mary Ann dyes this fiber though, it appears it’s February! February’s “A Touch of Green” on 100% Corriedale is the spin I’m going to share with you today. It’s long overdue as this was the first spin in our new home which we moved into in April. The singles were done shortly after the move and the plying… I’m not sure exactly when I got to them, but I do know it was before the Tour de Fleece. In any case, long overdue. Indeed.

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Author: lawlovely

I am a creative person that loves all things fiber related. I love learning new ways to make textiles that add to our lifestyles. As a lifelong learner, I believe in passing along my knowledge to others so that they may do the same.