This morning, nearby farm Argo Wool Works started delivering their line of pillows, blankets, felted toys, roving and yarn for the winter fair. This season they’re featuring woolens from both their Gotland sheep and Angora goats. Both flocks pasture on the headlands south of the Sea House Warming Hut, and lambs and kids are frequent springtime visitors. Stop by to see — and feel — their incredibly soft-and-sturdy offerings!
14 thoughts on “Sea House Warming Hut: Argo Wool Works”
Beautiful! It makes me want to snuggle in and have some wine!
You’re in luck, Kat. Wine and wool are the best winter companions.
How lovely! Do you have a tiny loom or was it the elves? The blues and purples remind me of wild heather.
’Twas the elves’ gift of some years ago, and me experimenting with wool-on-hand. I wish I had enough to make a coat or suit, but no. Just miniature upholstery and accessories :)
it looks wonderful! love the color scheme… and the rug especially :-)
Thanks, Marion! They’re all my favorite colors, too :) Squishing the wool through hot soapy water and rinsing really brings the fibers back to life.
I would definitely shop here. Take my monies!
On a busy day like today, I like to escape for a little while to one of those chairs in the sunbeam and peruse the offerings.
It’s really quite restorative, is it not?
Ahhh, this looks like such a cool place to relax. Love the photo with the sun streaming in =0D
Thanks, Pepper. The light was an early morning surprise, most welcome.
Think looks?? I’ve had too much sugar at lunch. I meant this…THIS looks like a lovely place to relax *note to self – re-read comment before posting* durrr
Fear not, there is always the magic of “EDIT”. (See above :)