A blog about farm life, spinning, my yarn dyeing, weaving and markets. I live with my husband on a small farm near Ballarat. I have sheep, mostly English Leicester as well as dogs, ducks, chooks and a cat.
A busy weekend ahead with two markets. Tomorrow is the Buninyong Farmers Market in the Buninyong Town Hall. The car is packed. Much easier to pack the day before and then I can enjoy a more relaxed breakfast before leaving for the market.
Certainly hat season. I have made more felted hats this week as well as the chunky style berets.
No, these candles are not on the table to set the atmosphere for a special dinner. Last Friday I had finished my work, packed early for the market and was ready to relax. I came inside to cook dinner and the power went out for a couple of hours.
When the power was restored Darwin came inside. He was obviously as tired as the rest of us on Friday night.
Last Sunday we enjoyed a beautiful sunny day in Melbourne. The market was busy.
Hamer Hall which is next to the market is under reconstruction and was open to the public. I was busy with my stall so didn't get a chance to have a look. All the comments I heard were very positive about the refurbishment.