Lamb Love and March Events

Lambing has begun. We are happy for a break in the rain so the little ones and their moms can get out.  The joy that the little ones bring is a heart warming beginning to spring.  We will have lambs for sale when they are weaned.

Our farm events for March have changed. Our Knit/Spin/Crochet In will be held in Raleigh at the Pre-Event Party on March 16, 2019. Details below.

We are excited to announce two Carolina FiberFest events in March this year.  The first event is a Pre-Event Party on Saturday March 16, 2019 from 10 am until 5 pm at the Expo Building at the NC State Fairgrounds.  It is a celebration of the Carolina FiberFest 2020 move to that building. Admission is free.   A used equipment sale, a meet the wheel / try before you buy area, a shawl fashion flair talk and an impromptu fashion show with creations you bring to share will be on the agenda.  Fiberistas sharing their  Fiber Love will be everywhere. Bring your projects and join the fun.  Carolina FiberFest will be collecting donations for BackPack Buddies at this event. Please join us to support this wonderful cause. Parking is free and there will be food for sale on site. Each person coming will receive a free raffle ticket for the annual CFF event the following weekend. Check the website for details and updates.

The annual Carolina FiberFest will be held Friday and Saturday March 22& 23, 2019 in the Kerr Scott Building at the NC State Fairgrounds from 9 am until 6 pm each day with everything fiber!. Classes, vendors, a fleece sale, a fiber arts competition, speakers on many topics, fiber arts demos, a fleece to shawl demo, a raffle with an interchangeable needle kit and a table loom as the grand prizes. Two days of Fabulous Fiber Fun!20190215_16431520190216_144526 (1)20190210_144814

Check out the website for details. It is a great month.

The CSS Neuse Museum in Kinston, N.C. will be hosting a Fleece to shawl event on March 30th at the museum. More information can be found at the CSS Neuse Interpretive page on Facebook or go to the NC State Historic Sites web page.

These are some of our beautiful lambs and mamas.


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