Thank you for sharing!
Website buy here - http://www.sarastexturecrafts.com/blue-faced-leicester—-hand-dyed-fleece-5641-p.asp from as little as 10g.
Etsy buy here - https://www.etsy.com/listing/107326597/blue-faced-leicester-fleece-hand-dyed?ref=shop_home_active 50g only.
DaWanda buy here - http://en.dawanda.com/product/44389138-Blue-Faced-Leicester-Fleece-50g-176oz-BLUEBELL 50g only.
Blue Face Leicester is a wonderful British breed, believed to have come originally from Hexham, Northumberland. The fibre is soft and has a small crimp effect that can give a slight texture to your work. It also has a lovely natural shine, so is wonderful when hand dyed. Great for spinners, felt makers,doll makers and textile artsits… I think you will find this fibre wonderful to work with.
Here’s the list;
You can find all of these in the shop at www.sarastexturecrafts.com from the date above. So mark your diary and come join me.
If you shop with me on Etsy, or DaWanda you will find a smaller update in the following weeks.
If you want to see more of the shop update details and see items in the ‘flesh’ so to speak. Check out my next podcast episode at www.dreaminginfibre.blogspot.com
Next Update Due: 3rd May 2013.
It’s that time again and I really want to think Spring today. So I’m thinking all things succulaent and fresh.
I have a yard here at HQ, so no earth to dig into. Of course that doesn’t rule out tubs and pots, but it means I don’t have the oppourtunity to cut fresh flowers for my living room (well, that and I suffer terribly with allergies!) Succulents, it seems might be the answer for me… so off to look on www.Esty.com I went…
Here is my top indie picks;
From left to right;
P.S. If you buy something from a featured independent as a result of one of my blog posts, please let them know… it’s always nice to find out where new customers come from.