I am still waiting on those lambs to be born. Fortunately there is always something to be done around here to keep me busy.
The planners of The 7th Annual Maine Fiber Frolic have been doing a great job organizing classes, and have asked me to teach again this year. I had so much fun designing the vest ( look a few posts back January I think) I made from my photos, that I decided to teach a class on my technique.
These photos show a finished pillow and a knitting needle holder in progress. I will also be teaching this class at The 2nd Annual Fiber College in September. Now... off to the greenhouses to go look for some babies!!
Well winter has reared its ugly head for one last time. My poor frozen sheep and had to adapt and overcome the cold with a little help from Old Navy and L.L. Bean. I sure hope the predicted 40 degree temps arrive on Friday. I spent last night hooking up heat lamps in the greenhouses to try and create warm spaces for my shorn sheep. We certainly get spoiled quickly when mild weather appears early in the game.