Before Dawn had reached the farm Grace was in the carding room with a great movie "American Werewolf in London" I love the part where they are told to stay on the road and off the Moor. So what do the two young men do?? There is a part where they are standing like a deer in the head lights as the mist is creeping over the moor and they hear the Werewolf howls coming closer and closer. I love that part. So what does Grace do? I have to make a batt that will give you those same chills. The offering has natural gray Alpaca from LFF Silver Hawk, a rich deep green dyed by me from a LFF Ester a Corriedale Ewe and some dark blue and pine green Angelina. Once you get your paws on this very soft, bouncy batt you will be howling at the moon.
Next movie in the DVD player was "Jaws" For those of us who remember when it came out all those years ago, I could not even sit on the toilet for fear that shark just might show up. I know - not realistic but that movie was the best even now at hitting our fear of something that really lives on the planet would get us... Do you remember the scene in the movie when the blonde girl was naked in the sea calling the drunken boy to follow her.. As the moon flickered over the water you could see the deep blue under tones that engulfed this gal. Just then her body was jerked under the water and then she bobbed back up. "What the F**K was that"?? For me as a young girl who had never been to the ocean this was so frightening. That water holds creatures that will kill you - not like our Rainbow Trout... This Batt is darker then what the camera shows but the sparkles in it just keep making it lighter. The batt contains natural gray Alpaca from LFF Silver Hawk, natural Black from LFF Black Velvet, hints of dyed black LFF Sugar Mohair and royal blue Angelina.
I hope you give this batt a try - you will calm down your fears from those dangers lurking in the deep dark waters.