Recovering and |Moving on


Being laid up for 8 days just when spring starts out to tease us is not fun. My might was creating, thinking, plotting and planning.

I finally got up the strength to clean some of my house today. It was either that or put a sign on the door that said Fibre Farm, tread caImagerefully.

At least I had a chance to try more needle felting while I was under the



I started out with a teddy bear made with directions made from an excellent book Ashford’s Book of Needle Felting.

I already sold his little brother.

Then using a picture of a friend’s dog I tried a Boston Terrier.

I made fellow. A  rabibit child pulling a toy sheep with wheels was next . I added a blue


nadian Duck, a powder bowl with a Couple of felted fragrance balls

. I am making a lot of dryer balls. These eco friendly alternatives to fabric softener or horrid blue petro carbon balls.

Then I thought I would knit and felt some bowls and embellish them with needle felting .

.So although I was not fee


ling terrific, I did manage to do a bit of creating.

ImageI took on another project while my feet up, I started the webdesign for Juan De Fuca Arts and Craft Guild. Check it out and leave feedback.

I thought I would include a couple of shots of the raw ,material


About Lea Wisdom

I am a fairly happy college educated, widow. A mother of two dependent dogs and successfully raised 6 children to adults I am a science and history loving nerd by nature, print junkie, yarn hording, spinning, weaving,coffee drinking, hand and machine knitting student of life. I make my living from Income Tax Preparations, and the sale of fibre produced goods. Knitting Dryer balls, felting, and yarn. I work with sheep and alpaca fibres and I am constantly learning. I feel like a sponge. There are so many interesting things to learn and do. I hope I have enough time to try them all. I am fortunate that my sons encourage me to try everything that peeks my interest. I have friends who help me learn. Thank you . All of you. Not a complicated person. What you see is what you get. I love the Lord, my family, my country and my friends. I believe we all have the right to dignity. And we only have one trip through life.Let's make the most of it.

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