I didn’t get my Back-To-School U-neck Vest done as quickly as I hoped. I found that friends visiting + a few drinks = having to rip back some. However I’m not too upset about because I think I will probably have it done by Wednesday or Thursday. My next project is to finish my Clarus. […]
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Karakul have very distinctly colored fleeces. The lambs are born black with wavy curls and as they grow the curls open and the color begins to lighten. There is amazingly wide range of shades going form black, silvery blue grays, to golden tan,red-browns, white with other colors and pure white. Interestingly […]
The Karakul may be the oldest breed of domesticated sheep. Archeological evidence indicates the existence of the Persian lambskin as early as 1400 B.C. and carvings of a distinct Karakul type have been found on ancient Babylonian temples. Although known as the “fur” sheep, the Karakul provided more than the beautifully patterned silky […]
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Saturday was my birthday. The big 4-o. He told me to take saturday off. The first place he took me was a ….a new LYS called The Yarn Barn in Bangor, Me. This actually is an amazing feat, since we don’t have many options ( we had only 2 and one had left last year). […]