Nigerian dwarf kids are on their way!

As I’m writing this the snow is falling heavily, the wind is picking up and the goats are all safe and warm in the barn. We, however, are caretakers and feed and water the herd twice a day rain or shine. Pictured above are the three sisters the farm is named...

Oriental

Sulieman Center  This was my first attempt at an oriental design pattern. I wanted to keep it easy and hook by using the “outline and fill” technique.  I knew the main colors that I wanted to use and so dyed the blue, red and green wool for this project. I...

Working with Children

Working with Children All my adult life I have worked with children, teaching Sunday school, volunteering for Girl Scouts, 4-H or a doing a specialty class, and I have found it to be a joy.  The photo above is a project I did for the Taft Public Library in Mendon, MA....

Wedded Bliss Rug

Work is Love Made Visible.  I don’t talk much about my husband George, but he is the rock in my life.  He makes all things possible here at the farm; dairy goats, family life and my craft.   I had been  wanting to make a rug that would express my love and...

Chatterbox

Chatterbox the Squirrel  Chatterbox the Squirrel pattern was chosen in 2003 because I had a red squirrel infestation in my attic. At night I could hear them running around and chirping and one morning I even found a baby squirrel in the living room! I quickly found a...