More Wool, More Shipping

My wool packaged with one of the many different types of plastic bags that I’ve repurposed. Each person gets one of my postcards as a thank you.

Well, I didn’t get into my studio to work on my quilt today, but I was happily packing up more wool orders and getting them to the post office.

In preparation for mailing out my wool, I’ve been saving plastic bags to put the wool in before they go in the compostable mailing bags.  I have a variety of plastic bags that I used.  Some of them came with Amazon orders, others from the farmers market, and a few held the compostable mailing bags.

All are clean ( I washed some to be sure) and so like the fabric that so many of you send me, they get to be reused at least one more time.

I’m just about sold out of my wool.  I have 9 skeins of the Rust yarn made with Biddy and Socks’ wool (Romney and Border Leicester) and one more 8oz bag of roving and a 4oz bag of roving.

I still have to make the dryer balls and have a growing list of people who want them.  On Thursday Jon and I are going to Bishop Gibbons so now I’m not certain I’ll get to work on them this week.  If not I’ll have them done by next week.

My Rusty wool looks so much like autumn leaves to me. I still have some for sale in my Etsy Shop.  You can buy it here.

 

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