Its all true, the boogie girl is real, and you've found her. She knits, sews, spins, does pottery and writes it all down in this blog.
Wednesday, March 01, 2006
It's all about child labor.
Really, if you can't put your kids to work then why have them?
Here the wool is being inspected by child number 2. She scoots her walker over to the new basket of wools, touches them, and randomly grabs a ball to taste test. Yes, folks, the taste test is that important. At least that's what child number 2 would have me believe. Don't worry, those are my wools. All wools sold in the shop come free of baby drool, unless you specifically request a pre-drooled on version.
Child number 2 has always been interested in fiber. Even in the womb. She may only be 5 months old but as long as I hold her steady, she spins a fine yarn. Child number 1 is seen in the picture supervising. Supervising and giving orders is what Child number 1 seems to be best at.
Because they told me to tell you...
The shop will be updated around 5pm EST. I'm trying something new, updating 2 times a month on the 1st and the 15th. We'll see how well this plan of updating works. I'm not the best about sticking to schedules although I do like to make them up for myself.
That would be ALPACA.
I'll also have BFL, Merino, Corriedale, Wool Blend, Mohair, sock yarn, and more kits. I've done lots of reds in pinks. I'm not blogging along with the project spectrum since I can't seem to complete knit alongs lately but my dyed hands are with you all.