Lint and strings, not snow!
We started out with 6 boxes from the sock factory, Andy took 1, Linda took 1, Bonnie took 1, Carol wanted 1, that left one for the Center Weavers and 1 box for Lou Ann and I to split. Those last 3 boxes ended up in Lou Ann's garage.
There are not nearly as many black ones as there are white/gray/natural ones. We are gearing up for a dye day once we get these sorted.
Lou Ann made us a wonderful hot soup for lunch, and dessert was GS thin mints from her freezer. After lunch we worked a little longer, then as the temp dropped even further, we called it a day, and headed for home. In all we processed about 45lbs of loopers and we are maybe 1/3 of the way thru the first box. It is going to take several more days like this to get them ready to wash and dye. However, we decided that it will have to wait til after Christmas.
I really appreciate Lou Ann letting us store the boxes in her garage, it makes a perfect sorting station for this more than messy job!
Until next time, Happy Weaving, Tina