Wednesday, January 18, 2012

Spinning and Felting Fibers

Jubilee Farm ~ Spinning Flax to Linen

Oh, Oh.... it is correctly spelled  JOYBILEE FARM.... A joyful communion of ethical husbandry and fiber artistry–Walk through natural dye gardens where our distinctive colours grow.  Meet the contented angora goats, coloured sheep, llamas and angora rabbits, which provide the medium for our art.  See artisans at work creating bio-regional clothing in distinctive colours from our local fibre shed.  Read about us on our blog or visit us at the farm for an uncommon eco-tourism, agritourism adventure

Linen Process....   I am really surprised but pleased to see her bio.... I really have never met anybody.....  am a passionate nonconformist, called to live a creative, self-sufficient, and sustainable life. An artisan shepherd, living in the mountains in BC's interior, I write about thriving self-sufficiency, bio-regional clothing, local food and gardening, sustainable homesteading, and joyful, frugal, debt-free living. I am a wife, a mother, a grandmother and an artisan.

1 comment:

  1. Wonderful and informative post Bev...thank you. I hate to see a dying art. It's nice to see that there are some that are trying to keep it alive. True linen is beauty!!



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