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Category Archives: Sheep Farming
I taught felted flowers this last week as a short evening class. We had a good time. This is proved by me not taking many pictures again. First they did a morning glory style flower to get the idea of … Continue reading
It is spring! Saturday I taught a Birdhouse Class. Everyone had fun decorating their birdhouses. Of course there was rubbing and rolling and throwing and everyone ended up with great looking birdhouses. Bernadette (second from the left) wanted a feeder … Continue reading
Our guest author/artist today is Zara Tuulikki Rooke. She shared with me the fact that April was time for shearing her sheep. So, I invited her to write about it so that we can all experience it since most of … Continue reading
Our guest author/artist today is Zara Tuulikki Rooke. She generously offered to take us through the process of preparing fibers from her own sheep to use for felting. As I enjoy felting, I feel very fortunate to also be able … Continue reading
I needed a liner for a basket for collecting eggs. This is a small basket but I will need a bigger basket before long as we got some new chickens. I thought I would try sewing around and around a flat … Continue reading
Recently I taught a needle felting class were we made little sheep. Making Bodies Adding Legs And Ears Then its time to give the sheep some wool. These are hand dyed Blue Faced Leicester curls. They are small tight curls … Continue reading