Born 4-22-18, to 7Pines Handsome (choc tort) and Somerhill Shaelah (red).
Tuesday, April 24, 2018
Wednesday, April 11, 2018
|Russet and Whitehorse's 5. There are 3 reds, a copper doe, and either a fawn or a|
|Handsome and Clotile's 6. 3 chocolate torts, although one could be a lilac tort, 2 pearls|
and a REW doe.
Monday, April 9, 2018
Monday, March 26, 2018
Wednesday, March 14, 2018
Sunday, March 11, 2018
Monday, February 26, 2018
Now we are 7 weeks! Growing by leaps and bounds, here are Joli Blon and Handsome's babies this week. (They have all found homes to go to when they are old enough. )
|Cajun Moon - REW buck headed for SW Ohio|
|Cajun Queen, tort doe headed for S Charleston, WV|
|Cajun Twister, choc tort buck headed for Wyoming on March 16th|
Adalida, sweet Dixie flower, the bell of the bayou. She is not going anywhere!
Thursday, February 1, 2018
Cajun Twister (choc tort buck), Cajun Queen (tort doe), Cajun Moon (rew buck) and Adalida (pearl doe) If you are interested, let me know, because I already am getting inquiries and reservations.
Tuesday, January 9, 2018
On January 3rd, Joli Blon, a darkly shaded black pearl presented me with 4 new kits. There is a chocolate tort(like the sire), a black tort, a REW and a pearl. The sire of the litter is 7Pines Handsome. Since the temperatures have been below freezing for a week, and mostly subzero at night, Joli got to come into the garage to kindle. Even then the temps were below 40, but she is doing a great job with them, and they are warm, wellfed, and growing well.
Wednesday, January 3, 2018
Tuesday, December 19, 2017
I spun up some chinchilla angora seconds, and spun them up in a thick n thin single. Then I strung teal, purple and gold beads on a metallic thread, and plied them together. I really like the effect, and the yarn is very soft. There are 118 yards of this.I had some baggies of small amounts of colors hanging around, and had an idea yesterday. This skein is made from 4 colors; chestnut, baby pearl, black, and some dyed brown. I took a small handful of one color and spun it, then a handful of the next color, and repeated until I ran out, making sure not to end with the same color I started with. Then I plied it back on itself, and here is the result. There are 63 yards.