Sunday, December 15, 2013

Sunday Stills - In Your Hand


Graham - Bluefaced Leicester


Ewen McTeagle - Hamp/Suffolk


Henrietta - Jacob (not really a typical Jacob fleece though)



15 comments:

Tombstone Livestock said...

Nice fleeces, hmmm another sweater, weave another throw?

Ed said...

Looks nice and warm..:-)

Alice said...

Cold hands, warm fleece!!

small farm girl said...

I didn't realize there were so much differences in fleeces.

Tyche's Minder said...

Nice. I've been wondering what different breeds they all are.

Paula Fraker said...

Beautiful!!!! ♥♥

Mary said...

Just so darned exquisite!

Michelle said...

I confess that I LOVE Henrietta's fleece!

Janice said...

Now that looks like a nice place to rest your hand(s).

Spinners End Farm said...

Your hands are beautiful.

Andee said...

You need to do this with the whole flock!

Far Side of Fifty said...

Well done:)

Susan Mckee-Nugent said...

Delicious!!

Dreaming said...

Mmmmm..... looks yummy - wish I could sink my fingers in like that!

Nina said...

Blue Faced Leicester is one of my favourite fibres to play with, in the whole world. Maybe even in the whole universe! My only experience with Jacob was a harsh, wiry fleece, chock full of keds. shudder.... it was scary.
Your Sunday Still shots intrigue and inspire me. I'm thinking that I don't use my camera nearly enough and this would certainly be a way to do so. Thanks for that!

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