It’s Monday. Time to talk fibery stuff.

I keep mine in a three-ring binder, but this is another way.

Blacknose sheep. More.

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6 Responses to It’s Monday. Time to talk fibery stuff.

  1. gayle says:

    That’s a breed of sheep I’m not familiar with. They look like Jim Henson might have a hand in their design…

  2. OMG, those are adorable sheep!

    My circlar needles are largely still in the sleeves I bought them in, all shoved into a plastic tub with other knitting miscellany. I can kinda find them, though I have no idea what I actually own. I’ve been planning on organizing my knitting supplies “one of these days” so maybe I’ll figure out a way I like for a 3-ring binder option. I have lots of binders hanging around.

  3. helenmatheyhornbooks says:

    If you are ever looking for information on sheep (world-wide) here is the Oklahoma State University Sheep listings. (They do other animal species also…ag school thing…lol) It’s pretty informational if you are into that kind of thing.
    http://afs.okstate.edu/breeds/sheep/

  4. kimsdee says:

    For a split second, I thought, “You keep your snake in a three-ring binder?”

  5. Without a doubt the cutest sheep Ive ever seen

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