While visiting some family in Arkansas my cousin Kristine introduced me to homegrown sprouts! Man they are delicious. You put seeds in this small planting container and in less than a week fresh sprouts. They taste great in salads, on sandwiches or just plain. Fresh homegrown is best!!
Have you ever met someone and instantly became friends? Me either until now! I’d like to tell you about my new friend, it seems like we have been friends for years! Lynn owns her own business, a fiber mill called Spinderellas, in Salt Lake City. We became instant friends after I dropped some fiber off to…
It has been such a fun and exciting week. I found out that I am going to be a Nana again. My daughter is having a baby girl and due in September. We had such a fun gender reveal party. I was the only one who knew the gender and had a blast planning this…
Every year my spinning guild does a fiber exchange. A theme is picked and participating members separate and dye a fiber of their choice to exchange with others. This years theme was BLUE! It is not my favorite color so I incorporated my favorite football team into my fiber exchange and dyed Wensleydale roving and…
I’m so happy how this beautiful yarn turned out! It is fresh from my little farm. Locks from my Wensleydale flock, dyed and core spun into beautiful squishy, lumpy bumpy yarn. The gray is Mohair, handspun from my angora goats! They are both soooo yummy!
Just another one of my many hobbies! Home brew beer!! This one is raspberry wheat, ready in 2 weeks! CHEERS!!! 🍻 🍻 My hubby putting on the finishing touch…caps!
It’s Dr Seuss’s birthday and we celebrated by making t shirts for my grandsons 4th grade class 😳. They are having a class party next week and all the kids got their very own shirt to keep. I also made a book bag for the teacher. Dr. Seuss has many fun books, quotes and riddles….
It’s that time of year……..time to shear the sheep! Haha what were you thinking?? Beautiful Wensleydale and Babydoll Southdown fleeces ready to be spun into yarn. Raised here at Ewetah Wensleydales. They will now be picked, sorted and washed, then hand spun into fabulous yarn. Love my little farm!
Its been 33 years today! The sadness and hurt of losing you never gets easier
It has always been a favorite tradition in our home to make the coolest Valentines box. This year my grandson wanted a deer hunting stand. My daughter Tara, came up with the idea and purchased everything we needed. I think we nailed it!