Thursday, February 19, 2015

The HomeAcre Hop #108




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Wow, winter is not letting up. Below zero temps continue to be in the forecast though next week...

One of  the things that have kept me sane, is working in my new make shift studio, dyeing wool. 

What have you been working on?


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3 comments:

  1. I am loving me some redheads about now! That photo made me smile.

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    1. :) The Tunis are sweet sheep and they do seem to grin a lot (at least we think so :) )

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  2. I love seeing those curious looking sheep faces!

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