Was a Shetland Breeding Farm, started in 2007. Now this blog will be dedicated to the fibre arts.
Wednesday, June 25, 2008
New ewe lambs coming from the East
Thanks to Bill at Willow Garden, I have four new ewe lambs to add to my flock! Beautiful colours & genetics which I'm sure will be a great addition and next step for this new shepherd.
A spotted gulmoget ewe.
A beautiful fawn Katmoget ewe.
A sweet white ewe.
HST, Yuglet/flecket ewe. She carries a moorit gene too!
Their arrive is going to be a week before I had actually planned them, so arrangements are being made so that I can pick them up after my visit back home (Western New York) with my daughter before she is deployed mid July.
I am a registered dental assistant who had a dream of living on a farm and raising sheep. I lived that dream for 3 years, and enjoyed working with the beautiful Shetlands. They are all moved to new homes and I have moved on to city life.
I spin, weave, felt and teach fibre related courses. I am going to focus on the research of ancient textiles and the reproduction of them.