The first change is on Facebook. The fibre arts side of the business, complete with all the updates on fiber workshops, news, views, wooly comments and the latest video tutorial uploads, will be posted on the Llamas in the Raw Sanctuary Facebook page. I mean, why not? The llamas are the ones who have generously donated their coats …alright, so maybe they didn’t actually consent to us taking their coats, but they need to understand that it’s not all beach parties and llama cookies in the sanctuary!
Our plea to you – If you are a fan or a ‘Liker’ of Fibre Arts Bootcamp on Facebook, we would love you to bits if you would hop over to the Llama sanctuary page and click the ‘Like’ button there. You will then be assured of receiving all the fibre arts updates and as an added bonus, you will also get to enjoy the llama picture of the day!One last favour, if you wouldn’t mind? Please put your hands together and pray for at least one whole day without rain, we’re all getting a teensy weensy bit tired of wet!
Thank you all for your continued encouragement and assistance as we get this part of the project off the ground. If you’re not sure what the whole project is you might want to have a read of the Natural Fibre EcoVillage
…and I know some people have already received Snowball’s llama kisses, but here she is again, just for you!