Tuesday, December 30, 2008


But not in a bad way. I had some great Santas this year. One of my favorite gifts was the fleece from a colored Cotswold ewe lamb I sadly hadn't been able to pick up this past fall (hey, you can always find room for one more sheep ;-).

I had originally planned to spend a good part of the day cleaning the house (much needed, especially after the holiday rush and all the mud of late), but the sun was out and the temperature was pleasant and I caved and played with wool. After washing her fleece and spreading it out to dry I realized that three of my other favorite gifts looked like they wanted to come play too.

A colorful fleece with matching accessories!


Dana and Daisy said...

I have been cleaning out my yarn stash today! I have a friend who makes prayer shawls for the elderly and she is going to take my unwanted yarns and put them to good use!

kristi said...

Hey, are those the B&BW lambies?LOL. I posted those too cuz they are so fun! I love the feel/smell of my Cotswold wool. By far, my Cotswold wethers are my favorite sheep because they are the best to hug and run your fingers through their wool:)

Lady Katherine said...

Love your little lambs and in the fleece!

Anonymous said...

Those little lambs are so cute :) and the fleece looks lovely!

Dalyn (AKA The Queen of Quite Alot) said...

le the fleece! Gorgeous *U* I raise goats myself- not sheep, but have always been intrigued by what talented people can do wth that wool!

Blueball Mountain Spindle and Needle Works said...

Happy New Year, Lady! That fleece is just gorgeous and the little lambies are darling. Hope all is going well for you.



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