Thursday, March 02, 2006

Passports, Itineraries and British Pounds


giants causeway, originally uploaded by dudleyspinner.


Giants Causeway more about the legend of Finn MacCool
Giants Causeway more about this beautiful spot
The passports have arrived. The tickets are in hand, and British Pounds Sterling are being procured. I am leaving the country! Just for a wee bit. Visiting Northern Ireland for a couple of weeks. Amelia is working in Derry, or Londonderry for her last semester of college. So, as it is proper and right, we are going to visit for two weeks, explore the islands.
Ta,
Deb

5 Comments:

At 11:24 PM, Blogger Diana said...

Deb,

Have a wonderful and fibery time. Buy lots o' yarn!

 
At 5:36 AM, Blogger jackie said...

Have a great time! What an awesome picture!

 
At 9:06 AM, Blogger Dudleyspinner's Tie Dye Rovings said...

That girl in the photo is Amelia, she had someone take the photo for her. I think it is Giants Causeway, local legend says it was built by Finn Mcool to rescue is lady love.
Deb

 
At 7:43 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

The frame which has the narrative saying too much lanolin was still present at time of dyeing is incorrect. A more correct statement would have said something about this dyer went for a more pastel result--using the same wool being used by some of the other dyers.

 
At 11:12 AM, Blogger Dudleyspinner's Tie Dye Rovings said...

anonymous,
Actually we didn't all use the same wool and the lanolin did keep the dye from penetrating the wool. One woman did want more pastel colors and she got lovley results. Were you at the class? I always try to put the best spin on things, but have to recognize the facts and learn from the experience. Too much lanolin keeps the dye from penetrating with my method of dying.
Ta,
Deb

 

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