Where the fleece is!

 Freshly shorn! Happy sheep head out into the field.

 Cheryl also has goats! She makes cheese, and much more from their milk.

 Sweet barn kitty watches us look over the fleece!

 Cheryl skirting, and looking over a fleece. All her spinning fleece sheep are coated.

Look at that lock! Rambouillet cross.

I am lucky as I have a great local source for fleece. My friend Cheryl runs Little Canyon Lavender & Wool Farm nearby. She keeps Rambouillet, Merino, and Blue Faced Leicester sheep. We visited on a sunny day late in April. What a great place! I bought three fine fleeces. I test washed the curliest one. Angel hair! Soft and super curly, guaranteed to add wonderful texture to my batts.

More happy fun news:

Remember this sweet cardigan I knitted for the kid? It's been featured in the neatest place!

Jacquard Products has used a closeup of the rainbow cardigan for their new acid dye set! How sweet is that? A big win for all handspinners everywhere. Anytime handspun yarn is featured, it's all good!