Monday, September 28, 2009

Yet Another Sign Of Fall

Getting ready for the Wool Festival.



That explosion of wool is now neatly contained and lookin' good!



Twelve different sheep all lined up and behaving. That doesn't happen in real life. White, silver, light gray, medium gray, dark gray. Lamb fleeces, brown fleeces, fuzzy fleeces, crimpy fleeces. Something for everyone.



Here they are outside - to show the true colors. The wind was incredible though and I was chasing sheep all over the yard.

Much more like real life ;-).

14 comments:

Alice said...

What a beautiful site! All of your hard work taking care of those sheep has paid off.
Those crates are the perfect size for the wool.
Best wishes for this week end!

Christine said...

Looks great!

colleen said...

Oh the stuff I could knit with all that roving!!! Beautiful.

Kara said...

I love your packaging!

flowerweaver said...

Looks beautiful and very professional! I'd say with the wool house and all these labeled products you are officially in business!

~Tonia~ said...

Very nice!! Love the labeling. can't wait to see them in person. A few just might have to graze over at my booth. ;)

lisa said...

That wool looks fabulous! I love to weave wool blankets. I did one on my barn loom for the hubby last year!

cyndy said...

Lovely!

Those natural colors are always the best ;-)

Enjoy your festival!

June said...

Oh! That wool is so beautiful! Do you sell any to your friends after the Festival/Show? I'd sure love to spin some of that!! It all looks so great, beautiful packaging!

Mom L said...

Beautiful colors and handsome packaging! I'll have to take up knitting again!

DayPhoto said...

Beautiful! GOOD LUCK!

Linda
http://coloradofarmlife.wordpress.com/

Ed said...

WOW! Looks soft and fluffy..:-))

Anonymous said...

Sara, I would expect no less than perfection from you! The wooden crates are just the perfect size. Your labeled packaging is so professional looking. I wish you only the best at the wool festival - making lots of sales and meeting lots of spinners, knitters, and weavers! Good luck.
June

Peacecat said...

ooooooooo....ahhhh!
Lovely wool. And lovely presentation!

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