Making Dryer Balls, A Video From My Studio

Your wool is the best and I like knowing the sheep that it came from. It just makes me feel good. ” Joanne, (who buys my wool every year.)

Jon visited me in my studio this afternoon when I was making dryer balls.  I finished off one 320z bag of Asher’s roving making 30 dryer balls.  I have two more bags to go.  On Monday I’ll be getting in touch with the people on my list who asked about them last year.

I don’t know if I’ll have enough dryer ball for everyone on the list, but I imagine some of those people won’t still want them.  I’ll have to see how it goes.

I sold over half my yarn already but still have more available. You can see and buy it in my Etsy Shop, just click here.

Teal wool from Lori and Suzy, Biddy’s natural brown and Red wool from Constance and Socks. 

2 thoughts on “Making Dryer Balls, A Video From My Studio

  1. I’m glad that I was able to buy 3 dryer balls from you a few years ago when you first started to make them. They’ve become so popular that I doubt I’d be able to buy some now. I’ve made 3 of my own from wool that I bought at various craft stores. Over time the balls have swapped bits of color with each other.

    1. I’m so glad you like the dryer balls and have made your own Holly. They really are popular. I have to rethink how I process my wool. Love the balls swapping color!

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