There’s a new face in the pasture this weekend!
This sweet little girl came to us from McIntyre Family Farm, just east of Sedro Woolley. She’s Icelandic, and has such a lovely dark fleece. Here she is getting acquainted with the pasture gang-
They gave her a little bit of a hard time her first day, but now she seems to have taken on Felix as her mentor.
So that is super cool. Good Boy, Felix! 🙂
And as if that wasn’t enough cuteness for one post, the little felty sheep puppet from last week now has a face- and a name. Meet Posy-
I am really pleased with how her embroidered grass and flowers turned out- and it’s a great way to use up little bits of leftover yarn.
Other projects still in progress-
Forest at approximately 75% is going really well- onwards to the neckline shaping!
And alpaca yarn yarn- 3 oz of white and 4 oz of brown. Plan is to work some of it into a hat for Bill, the Alpaca herd manager at Maxwelton Aerie.
Thinking of a Stripey hat, but am still open to other options.