Sheep are everywhere in Iceland. They graze with no fences all over the countryside, so I was able to hang out with lots of sheep on all our hikes and travels. The sheep provide Icelanders with both meat and wool so they are an integral part of their culture.
|Sheep grazing in the thermal valleys of Hveragerði|
|Icelandic Sheep heads on display at a restaurant.|
|Eating the yarn I bought.|
|Naturally tanned Icelandic sheep hides and hand knit sweaters at Þingborg|
|Beautiful naturally dyed lopi yarns at Þingborg|
I worked on my cross stitch during the flight home and finished it. I now have a beautiful heirloom to remember my trip by...♥!
If you need to get your own Iceland fix, be sure to stop by Fancy Tiger Crafts this Friday and Saturday to help us welcome Ragga from Knitting Iceland!
Ragga will be lecturing (for free!) on Friday night from 7 - 9pm on Icelandic Knitting Traditions and she will be teaching two classes on Saturday on Icelandic knitting. Check out the deets here.