|My side of the seven dwarves 7th grade room while Lulu and I packed up on Sunday night|
I'm back from Harveyville, Kansas where I spent a wonderfully long weekend with a group of amazing women enjoying Yarn School. It was the most fun I've had in a long time and here is the proof. We arrived on Thursday evening and a spinning circle had already been started in the gym. Meeting everyone was really neat as we were from all over the US. Friday we were split into two groups for dye lab and fiber prep. Lunch was at an alpaca ranch!
|We got lockers that held out fiber to be dyed|
My group started out in the dye lab and we got wonderful instructions from Adrian of Hello Yarn. There was some crock pot dyeing, some hand painting and some people even played around with dyeing the fiber in mason jars. We had 8 ounces each of super wash, merino, shetland and a 100% wool blend to dye for a grand total of two pounds to dye. Some ladies even brought some of their own fiber and yarn to dye.
|My little crock pot steaming away|
|Just look at the cute face!|
|Guard dog puppies|
I didn't get any photos of the fiber prep that we did, but we got to work with drum carders, viking combs, and hand cards. Though we also got distracted by the helpers hanging out the rinsed fiber we had dyed that morning.
|Can't remember if this is from Friday night or Saturday morning with all of our fiber hung up|
And that is the conclusion of Yarn School part 1! The rest will be up tomorrow with the additional dye lab extension photos as well!