Week in a Nutshell

The Take

Ok. I truly cannot resist a fleece sale. But in my defense, I only took half of it. And I didn’t have any light, pearly grey in the stash, so this baby is definitely admissable.

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The De-Stash.

This lovely glowing  creamy white stuff is bargain Romney from last year. Amazing what a pair of combs can do!

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The Finished Object.

Kinda cute, eh? It’s stranded, so it’s really thick and squooshy. Got another one in the works already.

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And some gratuitous sheep photos-

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The boys seem to be adjusting to the shorter days and the colder weather. I know they are pretty well insulated, but I think it’s so odd that they prefer to sleep out in the field rather than their new shed. Silly buggers.

7 Comments

  1. Tamra

    I just came across your blog and love it. I am tamrahill on Ravelry if you are there. It is fun to see what other shepherdess’ are up to -both in and out of the barn. Your boys are adorable!

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    • sheepsclothing

      Thanks- I love combing too. Always makes for a joy to spin. The boys do have really long fleece- t he two white guys especially. Probably should have given them a haircut this fall,, but we never quite got around to it. Hope it makes it through the winter without too much matting and such-

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  2. Tina T-P

    I missed Judith’s class today due to the bad weather, but she said I could come tomorrow! Yay!

    So are you going to send our Cy Young award winner a picture of his namesake? T.

    P.S. Cool hat!

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    • sheepsclothing

      I didn’t realize she was doing a class in town this weekend. Dag. You know, I should send Felix a little congratulations note from our Felix. What a good idea 🙂

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