Here it is that time of year again - it is time for Hoosier Hills Fiber Festival! I have made two trips hauling 4 lambs in a dog kennel in the back of my Prius to Franklin getting ready for the festival tomorrow. I should have made a third trip, but didn't because my booth is such disarray. I could barely stay awake coming back from the second trip and after sitting on the sofa to put my shoes on and dozing off, I decided it was time to stay home. That means I have to get up at 5 in the morning to milk the goat and feed everyone before heading off to spend the day at HHFF.
I am excited! This year, we have an ice cream vendor!!!! I've been harping for nigh on 7 years that we needed someone to dispense ice cream. Now we have one! I love ice cream, especially if it is Blue Bell, which means I haven't had a lot of ice cream lately. I sure do miss Blue Bell ice cream!
Back to HHFF. I'm in Fitzpatrick Hall at the Johnson County Fairgrounds. I have 4 lambs. I didn't even realize until I made the second trip to drop 2 captives off that 3 of my lambs this year are natural colored. Two of them are black and white and marked like Pandas. One is solid color except for light white streak on the forehead. No pictures available at this time as I have spent 3 days getting ready for this and all of today just hauling lambs or helpers.
I do have some really nice dark brown top for sale this year. It is from Charlie, my Cormo ram, and Jeanne, my almost black alpaca. It is very soft and feels like velvet. I also have slate colored mohair for sale this year in roving form. It will be the last year I have this as Bacardi, the provider, is no longer with me.
Well, no time to post more. I need to go milk and deliver eggs. I hope to see many of my readers at the festival! Bring the kids, pet a sheep, check out all the gorgeous color ways of yarns, rovings, etc. I am lacking in color this year, but hope to remedy that for next year. Stop by and say "Hi" so that I know you've read my blog. See you at the HHFF!