First of all, I can’t believe I forgot to post my latest finished object, from over 2 weeks ago!!
Yes, the baby bolero for “Princess Kamryn”:http://www.kamrynlily.com is done!

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Pattern – Sirdar Baby Bolero pattern 1646
Yarn – Debbie Bliss Baby Cashmerino in Wine color
Needles – size 2 and size 4 US addi turbos
Size – 0-3 months
Notes – The edging is definitely _fussy_ but so cute!

I can’t wait to see it on Princess Kamryn!

Ooooh la la! I have pet Malabrigo. I have seen it, touched it, smelled it, admired it, and yearned for some of my own. But I have resisted. Now, thanks to my “One Skein Secret Pal”:http://www.oneskein.com/secretpal.asp I have some of my very own!! THANK YOU Secret Pal!

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And that was just the center-piece surround by several other goodies, including: a cute card, eucalan samples, stitchmarkers, and some patterns!

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On the farm, my wonderful husband finished fencing off the final pasture section. So today we did the big seperation. We seperated the sheep into rams, ewes, and lambs. Thus the weaning begins. The poor little things were trying so hard to get through the fence – charging it, butting it, sticking their heads through and pushing for all they had – to no avail. It was pretty sad, but when it’s time, it’s time, I guess.

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This is the Romney Ewe and the Romney ram lamb, taken last week.

And for some more fiber farm animal eye candy – here is our scrawny, shorn alpaca:

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He’s still so adorable, isn’t he!

And then his buddy, the llama, caught up close with a bit of mud on his face – but no disgrace:

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