Korean pre christmas dinner party.

I started already on thursday with some of the food preparing. Friday, Vivi came and help me cutting and slashing everything up. I was going to make traditional kimchi, beansprout kimchi, cucumber kimchi, chap chae, bulgoggi, rice and kim.
Vivi was digging in my wool stock, and picked up some color she would have made yarn of.

Vivi with Ellie one of my longhair zwerg bitch on here lap, and the wool stock.


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  1. Enjoyed reading your blog! My sons are Korean – adopted them from South Korean in 1988. They are now 22 and 24 years old – my how time flies!! Do you find dyeing angora difficult??

    Hi Robin.

    Thank you for the kind comments on my blog 🙂
    About dying angora, I have just dyed handspun angora yarn. That is very easy, but I always let the yarn soak in water for about 2 1/2 hours just to be sure.


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