First, the bad news. jenknits2 has not contacted me to claim the giveaway. The good news is that the random number generator has given me a new number, which is #7 -Teresa-who wrote, "Lovely! I just recently discovered Susan's websites (have one of her books tho) and I am quickly falling in love! I'm starting one of her baby sweaters today!"
So, Teresa, you know the drill. Please contact me by noon on Thursday and I'll get Spud & Chloë at the Farm, with yarn, in the mail to you.
Oh Yay! I love the idea of knitting Spud and Chloe! I'm so excited!ReplyDelete
Diana did you notice that one of the little lambs is limping on his right front leg? I hope he's ok. I just love the lamb-cam, especially on these cold winter days!ReplyDelete
Reneelynn-Yes, I do know about the little ram lamb limping. He actually has a splint on now. He had some nerve damage in that leg during his birth and we have been hoping it would heal.We've tried several different things and will keep trying. We've named him Rocky because, though he has had a rough start in life, his little spirit just keeps trying.ReplyDelete
I'll be rooting for him!!!ReplyDelete
I'm rooting for him too!! I thought it looked splinted now. I love watching them all come in for supper!! Mammas go one way and the babies go all over! too cute!ReplyDelete
Love, Love, Love the sheep cam. i had always wanted sheep but did not live where that was possible. now i do rabbit rescue and the "buns" take up a lot of time. we have some Rockys too. love them all the more! faithReplyDelete