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Tuesday, October 19, 2010

BIG Fall news! Lots more to come

Fall is here! The smell of fall is in the air, especially in the early morning and when I go out to feed in the evenings. As I walk to the animals to feed the crunch under my feet of fallen leaves soothes my soul. Im even smelling fire from wood stoves or fireplaces in my neighborhood. We have not lit ours as of yet but when I smell one I want to run right in and light the stove! This may be the weekend we do, I hear there may be frost.
The shop is full for the holidays, lots of new items and many skeins of new yarn! Truley a knitters heaven. I have some wonderful bamboo knitting needles in also. Sizes that go well with my handspun. Santa is coming with the Mrs. in November. I hear he may bring elves as well. Check back for details on his visit. Anyone interested in learning to knit or needle felt drop me a line. Open most Sundays 11-3 unless we have a fmaily function call to be sure 203-218-0508

We have been lucky enought to have Elliot make these wonderful inlayed stools for our shop. Elliot is 89 years young! Can you believe this beautiful work! We have one in our family room that Luke sits on all the time. I love just having it to display, it sure is a work of art. These will be in the shop as of this Sunday. The cedar in the stools are from cedar trees from our farm. Watch for the log cabin bird houses that we hope will arrive from Elliot.


Knitting lessons are going great! We have 6 new knitters! Our lessons are Sundays, private or learn with a friend! I am enjoying hearing about the new knitters projects. All are real enthusiastic and have sure sparked me to be knitting every spare moment! Great job Kathy!




All critters love when the leaves fall into the hay baskets, its like crunchy croutons added to their salad! Mmmmm

Fall clean up starts now and won't end until every leaf is up and out into the woods to mulch! Lots of work and EVERYONE is workning! Good job Luke. What a helper Pa has with Luke here.


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