I didn’t expect to get my wool back from the fall shearing until next spring. But it seems Deb, at Vermont Fiber Mill, put me on a new schedule and I’m getting my yarn on Sunday.
I know some people knit year round, but knitting in the winter sounds especially nice to me. I do have a reserve list of people who will be getting some of the wool, but I’ll have plenty extra too.
I’ll be putting the yarn and roving that I have for sale up on my blog next week.
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Try some knitting with your wonderful yarn. I love my Bedford Farm yarn.
Hi Maria, is roving what you use to spin the wool into yarn? I want to learn how to spin, and Auntie Zaza’s Fiber Works (where I take my knitting classes) has a woman who teaches spinning. I would love to spin some Bedlam Farm wool into yarn. Is that what roving is for? Thanks, Janet
Yes it is Janet. It’s the wool before it’s spun into yarn. I can see you have the knitting/wool creative thing going!
Thanks Maria, that’s what I thought roving was. I think I’ll be like a broody hen and let this roving idea incubate (perculate?) in my mind.
Janet, I didn’t get any roving in this batch. Only Yarn. So I guess that makes the decision for now.. I’ll get some in the spring though, to keep you thinking about it.