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Sheep and Gardens

Don’t get too excited, it isn’t what you think. Believe me when I say, that I want this title to be about my very own sheep. 423 more words

Fun With Fiber

Corriedale Wool Not A Hit With Yarn Rascal

The Skipper’s sock yarns are on the way. In the meantime my little treats for myself have arrived.

These little darlings are from Bumble Bee Acres Fiber… 471 more words

Meet The Sheep – Penny

When we were visiting the flock that I got my sheep from, this girl was the brave one who came up to say hello.  Penny is still the first one to come up to the fence, and sometimes puts her front legs up on the fence, just like our dog does when she’s excited (they’re friends by the way).  39 more words

Driftless Woolens

Meet The Sheep - Freya

This is Freya, one of my Corriedale ewes.  Most of the time she is shy, but she gets excited when it’s time for her grain treat.  26 more words

Driftless Woolens

Clasped Weft

This scarf took infinitely more time to weave, it wasn’t as easy as tossing the shuttle back and forth. The warp is Merino, the wefts are Corriedale, Shetland (from Quebec!), Camel and silk. 27 more words


BiG, Rustic & Natural

I wove another big scarf this week using handspun chunky and worsted weight yarns from Polwarth, Finn and Corriedale sheep’s wool as well as a little mohair. 50 more words


Nothing Spooky Here

Update on Maneki-Neko:

I took Lyn’s advice and made the whiskers from wire.  Here is the new look.  I also decided to put her on a pedestal to see out the window rather than sitting on the windowsill.  218 more words

Wet Felting