Another show has come and gone. The attendance at the Carroll County Home Show was pitiful, so I had a chance to meet with the other vendors - a really nice group. I had time to knit several inches on my latest project. I am writing a pattern for a tunic and knitting it with a Rambouillet and llama blend.
Marc and I did the Famancha eyelid check again on Friday. We got through it in 45 minutes and only found 6 angora goats that needed to be retreated. Progress!
All of my earnings from the Shenandoah Valley Fiber Festival went into an invisible fence to keep Left and Right in. They have not escaped yet, so I guess they have it figured out.
I am back to watching for lambs to pop. One of my Merino moorits is due any day. A black one is due within the month. I still have to name them! It is nice to have babies at different times of the year. I might have lambs to pet at my Woodbine Fiber Festival.
The angora goats have been separated for breeding and all of the males that I am saving are together on the hill next to the house. They are all getting along well right now.
On Thursday I will be setting up the the Montgomery Fairgrounds for the Gaithersburg Sugarloaf Show. It is an art show, so a much better venue for me. Hope some of you can make it out to visit with me!