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.
Lots of new stock is being produced this week after a very busy market last Sunday.
As I had guessed customers are looking for small gifts to post overseas.
More egg cosies are nearly finished. And I should have another 4 pairs of mittens. Tonight I'm off to Ravelry. I'll be knitting a Christmas ornament for my "Christmas Ornament" swap organised by Louise on Caithness podcast.
Mopsy enjoys a walk whenever one is on offer. We walked to the creek and then up the road. I must book Mopsy in for a hair cut. Not long till the weather gets warm although this Sunday it will be cool again for the Arts Centre Market.
The hawthorn trees are covered in blossom. Well the trees which have the white blossom are
covered but I'm still waiting for the pink hawthorns to blossom.