Oh those little houses. ❤️
Oh joy. Tiny endpaper houses.
You are delightful. I look forward to your blogs and am never disappointed. Thank you
Beautiful photos and yarn! Sorry I haven't any fleece for you, that you now have to use coffee filters! 😊
So darn cute and so inspirational❤️
Love those cute little houses!
I love the look of the knitting. What will is be?
I have no idea! So far, an experiment in texture and knit-ability.
You are a gift and an inspiration Sarah. Thank you.
Love spinning paper. How do you connect the end of one piece of spun paper to the next piece to be spun?
I tie them together in a square knot.
Glue might work, but haven’t tried it yet.
Not split plying though, that is for sure...
The light. The colors. The textures. Elegant. Thank you.
I love that you have Wodehouse on your shelf.
Sarah, simply delightful....and so are you! 🌷
I totally love your sharing and love your inspiration, too fun spun coffee filters! What was in your kraut, beets and cabbage? Looks yummy❤️👍
Just a big purple cabbage from our garden.
Beets would be a yummy addition though.
Oh so stunning and inspiring!
Thank you for sharing your life. You bring me joy and inspiration. Happy Holidays!
I would probably fold ends of coffee paper yarn over each other (like c's) the way I do with cotton or any yarn that can't be spit-spliced to join together. You'd have a thicker spot at joins, but I think they'd blend in when it's done.
For Cindy and Sarah because the form isn't working for me: Traditionally in spinning kami-ito you overlap the two ends of paper, with maybe just the hint of mom's spit, and carefully let the spin run up and envelop the splice, sorta like other fiberarts.
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