Monday, May 14, 2018

Sneak Peek

I've been busy getting the 2018 fleeces ready for the Kentucky Sheep and Fiber Festival this weekend.  I took some pictures as I skirted along and shared quite a few of them and even did a series of educational Chocula fleece pictures and at the end my phone made a sweet video "memory" for me.  

I started a post to share it earlier and then felt the need to go on and on explain about the work and photo stories and the sweet little wren in some of the pictures and nine paragraphs later I realized that when it's 91 stupid degrees and I'm miserable I really don't have anything to write that anyone wants to read so let's just grab a glass of lemonade and watch a sweet video and shut up. 


We are bringing quite a few really nice and fun Equinox Farm fleeces this weekend.  I will also have some pretty fleeces from Tring Farm in our booth.  Kathy will have her Final Frontier Farm fleeces for sale in the Fleece Sale area.

There will also be the usual Punkin's Patch swag (bags, mugs, cards, t-shirts), spindle kits and some yarn and a limited amount of roving.  20 will of course be there and I know everyone wants to know what other sheep are coming...



8 comments:

Anonymous said...

Oh my! Oh my! Oh my! Oh my!

That was so beautiful - I nearly had tears in my eyes - silly me - but so wonderful to see all the lovely fleeces. The name tags made it even more special. And that sweet little wren - how precious!

I so wish that I could be there this weekend to see everything for real. Le sigh . . . someday.

Thank you for the video, I would be thrilled to watch one whenever you care to make one and post it.

Chris S in Canada

sophy0075 said...

I enjoyed this longer version even more than the IG one.

Biscuit’s lock - holy fiber, that is long! Muffin’s was incredibly long too,
considering you’d clipped her last summer to help her stay cooler.

So the youngsters will be at the festival this year. I’m looking forward to
seeing sweet Liddy photos again.

kathy dahn said...

Those are so beautiful! I wish I could spin.

Terry and Linda said...

If we ever retire...I want to come and see your booth!

Karen Haggas said...

I sure do LOVE to start my day with your blog! And the Kentucky Sheep and Fiber Festival is on my bucket list!!! Thank you, thank you for your blog!

LannieK said...

Beautiful!
Hope you have an awesome show ~ I think you might have a sell out with those gorgeous fleeces - they are all gorgeous! Have fun and try to stay cool :-)

Far Side of Fifty said...

Stay cool! Your video was wonderful...gotta love that Muffin fleece:)

Gracie said...

I am so sorry to hear about little Abby. I felt like she was a part of my family to. I was praying and pulling for her to get better. So sorry to hear the sad news.

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