Now I know how Willow’s ear tag was broken, the culprit was caught on camera this afternoon…
In the meantime, his cousins were scraping the bottom of the barrel. Or at least they were trying, they’re not quite big enough to reach yet.
It’s hard to believe that it was only a month since Buffy’s lambs looked like this, and Cordelia and Willow’s little ones hadn’t even arrived yet.
Oh yes, and the ewes have been shorn too!
In other, non-sheepy news, I’ve had a manic month so far, with a large Wildcraft club shipment and big fibre/spindle update going out within a week of each other. I’m amazed I still want to look at wool after all that dyeing, but I do. I have (hopefully) a week of relative calm after all the mad dyeing, spindle polishing and parcel packing, so I’m hoping to get some more spinning done. Maybe I’ll get that laceweight merino that I’ve been working on for ages off my wheel, finally. It’s going to become an Aeolian shawl one day…
I did finish knitting my recycled yarn cardigan last week. No modelled photos to show yet, but I do have a pretty picture of the resin button I’ve put on it.
I’ll post more photos of the whole cardigan soon.