It’s that time of year! If you follow me on Facebook or Instagram, you will have seen a few pictures of my little guys already. Lambing season started early, before I could return from a busy month on the road. In March, I taught workshops in Michigan, Missouri, North Carolina, and Colorado (phew!). I had … More A Lamb-Filled Life
While winter continues to loom near, we have had a deliciously long fall season on our Indiana farm. It was the perfect year to breed our Horned Dorset flock for fall lambs… especially since they are decidedly late fall lambs. The oldest of the group are now about a week old, and I’ve been out to … More (Late) Fall Lambs
Yesterday I returned home from a four-day retreat with some of the most inspired, inquisitive fiber artists I know, visions of indigo still dancing through my mind. At home a package from Interweave was patiently awaiting my return—the advance copy of my first book had arrived. For about a year and a half, I’ve been working diligently on The … More Sheep, wool, and my new book
This is about six-weeks ago, but I thought you might enjoy it as much as I do!