Drying Day

I have discovered that the hot, dry climate where our farm is located is perfect for drying the wool I process as well as the things I make from it.

I can dry my fleeces….

Part of a Romney fleece drying on a screen drying rack

…and yarn…

CVM / Romeldale yarn drying on the line

…and things I make from my hand spun yarn.

Knitted and fulled potholders and catnip mice bodies!

It’s great that things dry so quickly here (although I may just be trying to convince myself that I can tolerate this heat, even though everyone here tells me it has not been a hot summer!)

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Published in: on August 17, 2011 at 4:53 am  Leave a Comment  

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