Fancy Fibers Farm. Mary has a wonderful little farms and is also a CSA fiber farm. Mary holds a special place in my heart because she took in my 2 critters last year, ZZ Top, an angora goat and Cocoa, my Shetland ewe. ZZ past away a year ago, but he was loved by all. He was such a clown!
Mary gave me doe big news while I was there. She now has a new shop in Farmesville. Yarn and fiber fanatics in Texas, get on over to Mary's Fancy Fiber Shop in Farmesville, Texas! It just opened a few weeks back.
When we got to Mary's she was in the middle of doing some outdoor dyeing in large glass jars in the sun.
|My friend Mary explains a weaving technique.|
|And a dog.|
|Here I am trying to say hello to my baby Cece, Cocoa's little lamb, born this past Easter Sunday.|
|Mary's dog was wanting not to be left out. Please rub my belly!|
|Love the bangs!|
|I think this is Cocoa. Mother and daughter look so much alike!|
|This is, for sure, Cocoa.|
|Alanna the Dog Whisperer at work again.|
|This is Cyrano, Cece's daddy.|
|I forget this guy's name, but aren't his horns wonderful?|
This is Simba's mother, Tinkerbell.
Sigh…..and then we had to leave the farm and head back to the house. We spotted this interesting sign along the way.
|Thomas, with Tasha. Thomas is now in Israel in boot camp!|
|Deirdre, me, Alanna|
|Deirdre, Tessa and Alanna|
|My first cousin (sister) Fern and I.|