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March 26, 2010


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I have your book and I'm looking forward to picking up a copy of Gail's. Maybe I'll actually try dying some yarn now!

What a fun giveaway, I love Kangaroo Dyer's yarns, but somehow missed that she has a blog! I'll be hopping over there next!

The new arrival I'm celebrating is a desire to both clean my house and update my wardrobe. Usually I avoid both activities, so when the urge arrives, it's usually very welcome!

Wonderful idea, and gorgeous yarn. I just was looking at the Spin off review of that book - looks wonderful.

I'm so looking forward to the new arrivals- I started reading last spring in the midst of the lambing, and love the stories!

I have no new arrivals yet - but I do have a great-nephew coming mid April, a great-niece mid May, and a great-niece mid June!

Am I the first?? wow! Love your writing - love your sheepies... and the colors...ohhh...

gwen L

(edited to delete email address - but I have it, Gwen! no worries!)

As if the awaiting of your new lambs isn't enough, you are doing giveaways? AND you're doing a nice thing for a friend? You're amazing!

Though I do not have any sheep the lady I buy fiber from is thinking she will have lambs shortly after Easter.

Wishing you a joyous lambing season! I'm looking forward to hearing all the news!

New arrivals in my life: a couple of babies to knit for and the daffodils are popping up! Now over to Gail's site to congratulate her. I do love her yarn too!

I get to wait until after Easter for the lambing to start where I purchase my fiber locally. I can't wait to see them!

I hope all goes well at the farm!

I live next to a cattle farm and today the first of the spring calves was born. I always look forward to seeing the little bundles of joy! I am hoping to get a ram lamb this summer and can't wait to have my own spring babies!

New arrivals in my life: babies to knit for and the daffodils are popping up. I love your yarn, and Gail's too! It would be lovely to win this contest.

Barb - If my first entry went through (Laural)it won't match up with the entry on Gails' site (Lollie) so please use this one for the contest.

So many new arrivals in my life right now. My best friend, a cousin and another friend are all due in the next few months with their first babies. I guess it is that time in our lives. :)

That's an enticing prize, especially since I've already purchased your dyeing book and am not likely to spring for a second one quite yet. Will check out her blog though, and perhaps her yarn! Thanks for sharing your sheep!

Actually doing a nice thing for a person who is always doing nice things for others is my pleasure.


I love your neighbor's lamb. I am looking forward to spring's arrival.

How fun! Thanks for the giveaway...

(edited to remove email from public view - but I've got it!)

What a little cutie! I cannot wait to see your new laaaaambs...

The new arrival in our house is my nephew Daniel, who was born on March 11th. We're so happy for this new addition to our family. Spring really is a time for new beginnings!

What a wonderful idea! Won't she be surprised.

Can't wait to see the new lambs!!! Giveaways are so much fun!

Great idea Barb! Anxiously awaiting the new arrivals in your barn. The yarn looks wonderful. Cute chickens!

Hopping over to Gail's blog to leave a comment. Thanks for the great giveaway!

A new arrival...hmmm...daffodils by the back door! Seasonally appropriate and always cheery!

Love those E Radysh hens. We have one with a pocketful of chicks, and one of her tiny bunnies and a cat.

Blogger won't allow me to leave a comment on Gail's blog, alas; will you count a personal email sent to her instead? It's the best I can do.

I wish smooth, easy deliveries for all your preggo moms, congrats to you for being such a good shepherd/caretaker of these lovely sheep, and how fortunate to have such a talented dye friend. What a lovely book...will leap over to her blog now and tell her so.
What is newly delivered here in NJ? Why, SPRING of course! The mini irises are in bloom and the forsythia are just on the verge of exploding into full color.
Ellen in NJ

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