This is a short post today. There is not much time for felting at the moment. We have started lambing here on the farm. We are a little early. Seems we missed a ram lamb and he was a very active little fellow. Naturally with the weather being cold and wet we have some in the house.
Here is a brand new lamb, still all wet. Mom and baby were moved to a pen of ther own shortly after I took the picture.
These are the house lambs They are on bottles. This is ther first top in the living room. They have now moved to a Big pen in the basement.
And this is one that is getting warm sitting on my knee as I type this for you to read.
I am not sure how I am supposed to get ready to teach Techniques for Intermediate Felters on Saturday. No rest for the weary as they say.
Well thats it from me , I have lambs to feed.
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This week we’ve had some new arrivals. first was this lovely red Dexter heifer. born just before dark so the picture is of my son in the dark with my husband holding the flashlight.
Then we had some lambs.
This morning it was Chrissy’s turn. My hubby was going to feed the bottle lambs when he fount them. Lamb was up and dry. No problem bringing them in till Chrissy saw the bottles lying on the ground and was more interested in trying to get a drink then going in the pen with her lamb. Once a bottle lamb always a bottle lamb. she was to busy nibbling my coat to get in the picture herself.
I also washed some wool mostly it is still yucky with to much chaff in it. The brown looks ok and some of the white I can cut the curls from the felted base. The rest will end up as mulch. Free fleece is seldom usable fleece.