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Friday on the Farm
Remember this garage sale find?
Well look at it now! I am amazed at what a couple cans of paint can do for antique wicker furniture.
Now I have my "nook" corner in our bedroom.
I had to shear a lot of angora rabbits this summer due to the heat. I usually don't like to spin cut angora, we pluck most of ours for our homespun yarns. But, when I have to, I usually dye it and then run it through the drum carder. Which is what I spun this week. Here it is on my ball winder:
This is after I plied it: (I used the one ball above and plied it into 2 ply)
Here it is on my needles. The scarf should be done and in the shop today. It is beautifully soft and colorful!
We are back from our trip down south. We had a great time! The "plague" hit the three youngest here a home, so that put a damper on the trip for me trying to not worry about the kids here at home with poor Grandma's and Grandpa. The college visit was good, helping us to answer some questions about where Eldest might be next year. We also went to North Carolina and stayed at Billy Graham's The Cove Retreat Center. WOW is an understatement! This place is amazing. It is beautiful and very peaceful. We went here for a writers conference that Hubby was teaching a class at and the two oldest boys led in worship. They all did a great job and the boys were a blessing to the whole thing. The retreat center is in the middle of the woods and has lodges set up like hotels. The room was beautiful, the food was top notch (it was hard to come home a cook:)). We also were able to attend the conference classes, which were good for all of us. I had written a children's…