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To be knit This holiday season was pretty hectic over at our house, including at least one event where the house was as full as I have seen it for big house concerts, and one where are few people slept over. Those of you who have been to my house, can attest to its petiteness. I *do* have 3 bedrooms, but  I wouldn't really want to put more than a double bed in two of them. Of course those bedrooms have multiple personality disorders, being asked to function as guest bedrooms, craft storage, music room,  library, adjunct closet, attic extension and an emergency cleaning dump location. Let me remind you that these are 2 fairly small rooms. Considering that both rooms needed to be availble for guests to sleep in, they had to largely cease to do most of their "dumping ground" functions. At Christmas my yarn storage cubes had foothills of unsorted, unorganized yarn. Much of it was in random boxes and bag (sometimes even the box or bag it came in). The fiber was mixed up with the yarn and much of it was jammed into corners or piled sort of haphazardly at the base of the yarn cubes like some sort of pagan sacrifice. Enter many storage cubes, Jill the cube constructor and Evan the whirlwind cleaner. By year end all of it was up off the floor and in at least moderately organized cubes. Obviously there is much organizing that still needs to happen. But it is very nice to have the stash up and at least mostly visible. I can't tell  you how many times I found yarn and fiber that I had completely forgotten that i had. It was like instant new yarn that I didn't have to pay for.  There ended up being quite a bit more fiber than I thought there was. It is quite clear that I am going to have to start spinning a LOT more to keep up. And you can just see a little bit of the setup I use for dyeing yarn on the left in the lower picture. To be spun - annotated

More like an invitation: AKA: Not quite an invitation . . . take 2 – a year later with dates

So  a little less than a year ago I posted this post and also sent out some emails to folks with the same content. I invited folks (yeah you) to join me in two creative endeavors, making Hypertufa containers for gardening, and also Dying yarn (for whatever pervy things you do with yarn). I got a few responses, and then completely dropped the ball, apparently incapable of wedging anymore things into the 2007 calendar.  This year I REALLY would like to do both of them, and as always, prefer to do these kinds of things WITH my friends. So this year I am looking at the calendar early and going to try to get them scheduled early before the calendar fills up.  I have a bit more experience with the yarn dyeing wince I wrote the old post, and certainly think we can do hot pour and hand-paint and kettle dying, mostly time being our limiting factor.  For both of these events I am thinking I would ask everyone to kick in some dollar amount (determined by how many people come and how much people want to do) to cover most of the material costs. So below the cut is a copy of the description of both of these ideas, and then afterwards is a poll to tell me if you are interested and which dates are good for you. So I have 2 upcoming project things that I think would be cool to do with a group. One is making Hypertufa planters, the other is fiber/yarn dyeing. Both of these things are "outside" events where we won't wreck my house making a mess. Hypertufa:

If you aren't familiar Hypertufa is "an artificial stone made from various aggregates bonded together using Portland cement." Some of the "various aggregates" include peat, perlite, coir, sand, vermiculite, nylon fiber mesh. Hypertufa makes a very sturdy and lightweight container/planter that can be any shape you'd like (within reason) and made to look like natural quarried stone. I was thinking that between the folks who say yes, we could probably find most of the tools we'll need and everyone can chip in some for the materials.

Here are some links with more information and pictures: http://forums2.gardenweb.com/forums/hypertufa/ http://www.timpyworks.com/pamphlets/hypertufa-101/101.html http://faq.gardenweb.com/faq/lists/hypertufa/2003043436019325.html http://www.taunton.com/finegardening/pages/g00117.asp

I have never done this before, but I think it sounds interesting to try. Fiber/yarn dying:

A little more self-explanatory. I have a camp propane stove than can take fairly large pots. I have a few large pots, and 2 reasonable size "steamer pots". There are quite a few places to buy "bare" yarn, I'll link some below.  I figured everyone who is coming can pitch in for some dye and a few other supplies that we'll need like gloves and soap.

The dyes I am looking at work on silk, nylon and wool. I have done a little fiber-dyeing and a little yarn dyeing. And I have a book and some online resources with ideas. I was thinking maybe some yarn painting and if we can agree on a color or two maybe trying kettle dyeing.

Links:

The dyes I am planning on using: http://www.dharmatrading.com/html/eng/1344-AA.shtml?lnav=dyes.html

Bare yarn and Fiber : http://www.dharmatrading.com/html/eng/2335099-AA.shtml?lnav=clothing.html http://www.helloyarn.com/shop.php?crn=236 http://www.spunkyhats.com/acc_yarnbulk.htm http://www.knitpicks.com/yarns/yarn_list.aspx look for bare yarns or dye your own yarn http://www.catnipyarns.com/ http://www.recycledsilk.com/henrywool2.html http://www.recycledsilk.com/henrysilk2.html

New perspectives – spoiled by spinning

Originally posted at Which-Crafts

So I am working on a super Sekrit project. But I have something really specific in mind, and I think I finally found the pattern I want, or something really close to it. Now to the yarn to knit it with.
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I am not sure it exists. I start searching and am not coming up with much (something v.soft, preferably worsted weight, superwash wool, variagated, with fairly long and gradual color repeats). Next up, I think well I could buy “bare” yarn, and dye it myself, but I am not finding a lot of superwash options that come in the weight/style I want. And I am thinking of the process it would take to get the long color progressions. And because now that I spin, I have some real ideas about what I want my yarn to be like, and what options I have for fiber content. And whether or not it would be easier to dye the fiber or the yarn etc.

I realized how MANY options I have now, its pretty cool. It sort of opens up a whole new horizon of choices for creativity and that is pretty exciting.

OTOH I have to balance how much time I have for this project and whether I really want to blend fiber, dye it, spin it and then knit it. It would certainly make the project special, but i am not sure that it won’t be cherished no matter what I make it out of.

Knitter on the go

Originally posted at Which-Crafts

Go where?

Stephenson County Fiber Art Fair - “A celebration of fiber and the fiber arts with workshops, demonstrations of spinning and weaving, vendors offering fibers for spinning plus finished yarn, dyes, books, gifts, equipment, handmade soap and baskets. Also supplies for spinning, weaving, knitting, felting, dyeing, tatting and crochet. ” - Bamm and I went last year and had a really nice time, lots of stuff to fondle, and we had a blast playing at the yarn dyeing “make and take”.

I’ll be going, anyone else want to come with?

Hey! That is only one place, where else are you going to go?

I know it sounds early but Stitches Midwest registration is already open. I have currently signed up for 2 classes, Embraceable Lace, and a Sampling of Stitches. It was really hard to choose, there were lots of classes I wanted to take and only so much $$ and many things all happening at the same time. Fitting all that together and then negotiating with a friend who is going to take a class with me for what we would take . . . well let me just say I am glad we had a week or so to mull over the options before registration opened. If the money comes in then I’ll look at maybe adding a Traditional Shetland Scarf.

If anyone else is going to be there for classes or for shopping maybe we can meet-up somewhere.

Any Place Else?

Midwest Folk and Fiber Art Fair - This one I really want to go to, someone else who wants to go who might be willing to let me hitch a ride. There are a ton of interesting looking vendors, and maybe some workshops.

Fleece to Fiber - this one looks more like an art show, but still really interesting.