The end of October also spells the end of the Ashland/KDMC Farmer’s Market. It was such a pleasure to meet so many people interested in supporting small farmers and buying fresh health food. I look forward to seeing everyone again next June!
I am excited to have the opportunity to present Nov 2 at Vogue Knitting Live-Columbus. My two lectures are about farming and raising Tunis sheep, but Vogue Knitting Live is a knitters event! There are countless professional knitters, designers, and authors who are making the trip to Columbus to teach classes and give lectures. It will no doubt be a sensory feast of all things knitting!
I am also happy to report that roving is back in stock and will be available in the Etsy store Nov 1. This batch was processed by Blue Mountain Fiber Mill in Pennsylvania, and includes both ewe and lamb roving. The lamb roving is especially soft, and should make some really nice, next to skin garments. It will be a few more weeks for the yarn. Round Barn Fiber Mill produces an exceptional product, and I think it’s worth the wait!
As the holidays draw closer, we will add more items to the Etsy shop, just in time for those looking for handmade, artisan holiday gifts!
Thank you for supporting Tarheelbilly Farm!