Between yesterday and today, I made 44 Dryer Balls. Now they sold out.
But I still have a list of people who wanted them. So I’m going to use what I have left of Issachar’s wool to make more.
I found a bit of roving from Zelda, so I made a few white Dryer Balls from her wool. And I had some of Griselle’s roving too, but I have other plans for that.
So next week I’ll be making more Bedlam Farm Dryer Balls.
I don’t know if I have enough for everyone on my list, but I’m already thinking of having roving made from the next batch of wool for Dryer Balls. Karakul wool is great for felting, so I’m thinking of designating Kim’s wool for Dryer Balls.
I’ve gotten pretty good at making the Dryer Balls. The first couple I made were bigger because I wasn’t winding them as tightly. Now they’re close to the size of a tennis ball which is how I read about them being described.
Carol, who bought three Bedlam Farm Dryer Balls, wrote to me and said “I love…the idea that a mini flock of sheep, in a small way, are part of my home”.
I thought that was pretty sweet.
6 thoughts on “Bedlam Farm Dryer Balls, Sold Out”
How lovely Carol said that about the dryer balls. I feel the same way. Looking so forward to receiving mine!
I thought it was really sweet Barb, I’m glad to hear you feel the same.
I should know better than to wait on your work. Please add me to list for the dryer balls. Much thanks. Carol Frischman
Carol, I can’t believe how quickly they sold. I don’t think I’ll have more till next Fall. But I’ll start a list for then. Thanks for asking!
Much thanks…I am reading about the Buddhist practice of patience…waiting till Fall will provide much practice… In deep bows❣️
Who would have expected that dryer balls could be part of a spiritual Practice Carol :).