Tuesday, May 26, 2009

A song thrush

This dear little fellow was singing his heart out to me as I did my daily round of the feijoa picking.


The days are becoming colder and I couldn't find my fingerless mitts when I needed them, so I knitted another pair, using the handspun yarn that I spun last year.

Tomorrow I am attending a workshop on dyeing and felting with India Flint. It is a three day workshop and using natural dyes from plants and berries. Should be fun. I am off to pick some leaves and flowers for my dyepot.

4 comments:

Candyce said...

Your fingerless mitts are so nice.

What a really neat workshop to attned. I can't wait to see the results!

Anonymous said...

Stunning colors!

speckled egg said...

Wow that sounds like a fabulous workshop- I remember my Mum used to dye wool with tea, beetroot and various other things!

Kimberlee and Lies said...

hi sally I'm so enjoying a catch-up with your blog. So much splendid stuff to look at! Whoa your fabric Stash (capital S!). and yes I vouch for you handspun, 'tis lovelerly!!!
Hope you're well - X Lies