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Blueball Mountain Spindle & Needleworks, the Yarn and Fiber Shop in Historic Downtown Elizabethtown KY, has become the focus of the activities of All One Farms. The Farm, itself is still where the Sheep are raised, Gardens are kept and large dyeing and processing takes place. We continue to live simply, still seek to be self sustaining and remain conscious of our role in the universe. Every day is an adventure and it doesn't always take me where I plan. Come journey with me and share my experiences as I continue evolving my dream. Email me at luna.headhearthands@gmail.com.

Saturday, February 6, 2010

Blueball Mountain Spindle & Needleworks......1.0

Not being a techie literate person, I dread going into codes and languages that are not Roman based.  So I took Sister Diane's Blog Tune Up Workshop ( http://www.craftypod.com/2010/01/06/its-coming-the-next-craft-blog-tune-up-class/ )to get a little hand holding while I revamped the old blog.  Remember that was one of my major goals for the Year and part of my Craft or Bust Pledge too.  I think I've burned my retinas out by looking at a gazillion blogs, websites and tutorials but I was gently led through the process by the incredible group also in the class.  Being the careful (read obsessive) person that I am, I've changed things so many times that I missed the deadline.  I'm one day late but here at last is the new header...for now.  There are still halfa gazillion tweeks left to do on it but I thought I would aire out to the public.  Another great concept from Sister Di is The Power of 1.0.  This will be revised. But for now....it's out there. I would love opinions and ideas!  Share!

A little yarn candy....we all need it, right?


  1. Wow, Luna - look how far your blog has come in just three weeks! This layout is so clean and pretty, and the header has such a lovely welcoming feel. It's been a pleasure having you in the class, and I'm subscribed to your blog, so I look forward to seeing where it goes from this beautiful start!

  2. Hi Luna, I too was working so hard on my own blog at the end that I didn't get a chance to come see your new header and layout until today. It really looks amazing. Love the eye candy down the side. A very friendly place to hang out!

  3. Hi, Luna - The new header looks amazing, definitely a place I would want to come home to. Your sheep are beautiful, I love the pictures of them. I enjoyed taking the blog class with you. Don't worry about dead-lines, I am just starting with the changes to my blog today (slowly but surely).

  4. Thanks Diane. It took awhile to get it 'close' to where I want it. Glad you're subscribing so you can see future changes...I'll be working on resiaing the pics in the sidebars and cleaning up the widgets.

    Messy, thanks for coming by to check out the blog. It was fun and I learned so much from everyone who shared their own process too. I love your blog too. Hope you'll come bak again.

  5. Julianna, I loved the class too and am glad to have onnected with you and the others in class. Thanks for your kind words. When you make changes on yours, let me know so I can come by and checkit out!

  6. Hi Luna from the south of France. I came to your blog via Insubordiknits while surfing for tutorials on spinning wild yarns. I love the yarn candy, this is the type of yarn I am aiming for but I am a bit restricted with my old Haldane wheel. I have a Majacraft wheel on order and we are making space here with our llama and goats for a couple of angora goats.

    Good luck with your blog, it is great.




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