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It's funny–or maybe ironic, but I honestly always feel like Alanis Morissette's Ironic, where everything is said to be ironic but actually isn't–that what brought me back to my blog is the very thing I last posted about in November. In my last post, I showed the locks from Clementine, a BFL + Romney + Finn cross. They were creamy and gorgeous and so lovely in my hand. I remember hemming and hawing over whether I should dye them or not, but I went ahead and jumped in on the idea of dyeing them. The result is what you see... Read more →


A few months ago I purchased 8 ounces worth of locks from a shop on Etsy called FarmSpun, based in Middleton, TN. The locks came from a sheep named Clementine, and she's a BFL + Romney + Finn cross. The locks were beautiful! A creamy white, with gorgeous lock structure. I didn't really know what I was going to do with it, so for a week or two I just admired and squished them all in the bag they arrived in. After sharing on Instagram, and talking with some friends, I decided to dye the locks and then flick them... Read more →