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Indulge in the Beauty of Earth Toned Wool

February 14, 2018

Indulge in the Beauty of Earth Toned Yarn Imagine miles and miles of luscious, warm, natural, earth-toned wool that fades at each color transition.  A scarf that calls your name and makes your feel invincible to the cold, winter weather outside.  A scarf that beckons to be worn 24/7 and never put away. This scarf […]

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Come Join The Pregnancy Fun

February 6, 2018

Come Join The Pregnancy Fun It’s time! It’s time!  Let us pull of our sleeves and start preparing for the upcoming lambie births.  We have a month and a half left of 2018’s pregnancies.  Preparation includes placing the ewes on an advanced feed program, gathering iodine, blankets, food grade lime,  weighing scale, heat lamp (just in case), alfalfa hay and […]

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And the Knitting Needles Keep Clacking

January 31, 2018

  And The Knitting Needles Keep Clacking It’s a cold day in December.  The knitting needles were clacking away furiously to meet the Christmas deadline.  An earth tone, all natural colored little boys sweater was being born.   The labor pains were great and the excitement of end of the journey was coming near. Was the […]

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Exposing my #Knittruth

January 24, 2018

     Exposing My #knittruth I have a #knittruth.  I am very biased towards using my own sheep’s wool for sweaters, hats and mittens.  I am so in awe of producing my own yarn that I find it difficult to want or need anything else.  Ack!  I said it. Seriously, who can resist the warm, natural colors […]

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Enter at your Own Risk- Encounter The New Squishy Softs

January 16, 2018

Enter At Your Own Risk- Encounter the New Squishy Softs   I been having way too much fun.  It’s definitely not a hard day of work, but a fun and exciting day.  Creating new colorways and color blends make my heart happy. With spring on the horizon, variations of eye popping blues, soft yellows and […]

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Take Your Knitting on an Adventure

January 11, 2018

Take Your Knitting on an Adventure Your knitting journey is one to enjoy.  It’s to create a grand adventure where you surround yourself with knitting tools that you love.  Your tools have the ability to cheer you up even through the most frustrating and painful  mistakes. It took me awhile to realize how easy  projects become when you have the […]

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Knitting Keeps Me From Unraveling

January 9, 2018

Knitting Keeps Me From Unraveling Does knitting keep you from unraveling? I can’t survive without having a project in my bag, or a project next to me or my knitting in my hands.  If my knitting is left behind, my company better be aware of any pending crises. I have a pair of socks going […]

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Let Our Homesteading Year Begin

January 5, 2018

Let Our Homesteading Year Begin The beginning of our new year marked the time when we start planning for the upcoming seasons.    If you are a mom, you plan for colds and getting all the remedies around to keep your family healthy.   If you are a sheep farmer, you plan for shearing, lambing, health maintenance and […]

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What is next- Vlog #3

November 4, 2017

Farming, Fiber Shows, New Indie Dyed Yarns I am a night owl through-n-through.  I never thought I would become a morning person, but unforeseen circumstances has proven me wrong.  I love early mornings when the sun is peeking up over the mountains.  I love seeing the low clouds cover the valley.  This morning I had […]

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Stay Connected with Lazy O Ranch Vlog #2

October 27, 2017

Staying Connected with Lazy O Ranch Vlog #2 Grab your favorite drink and your WIP.  Join me for a minute and lets talk wool. I can’t wait to share with you my Raggz fiber Arts goodies, knitted projects I have finished and ones that are still WIP, new wooden bowls, and where you will find […]

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