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Fayette Co, KY, United States
I am a country girl stuck in the city, for the time-being. I enjoy the country way of life, and practice that in my home as best I can by canning and preserving foods, cooking and baking from scratch, crocheting, living vicariously thru the many blogs I follow about country life. I enjoy learning about raising livestock, and glean from my past employment and personal experiences of working with animals to fuel some of my postings. I have 5 cats, who keep my life interesting. And I am also an amateur poet. Thanks for stopping by and checking out this Farmer-gal who is caught in town, for now.

Tuesday, June 22, 2010

Just Have To Share - Romney Ridge Farm

As some of you know from my past postings, I have learned to crochet. Recently, I started following Kelly at Romney Ridge Farm on Facebook - Kelly had an offer in the last week or so where she had too much of a purple dyelot. So, she offered a free skein of purple yarn if you bought 2 skeins of any color. So, I bought some of her yarn. 2 skeins of Red Grape, and 2 skeins of Lilac. So I also received 2 skeins of Purple. I've decided to keep the yarn for a project for myself, and will probably do some type of afghan. I'm not ready to tackle any type of crocheted clothing. But I wanted to share the yarn skeins with ya'll, so you know the high quality of Kelly's wool. You can also follow Kelly on her blog Romney Ridge Farm Journal and you can find her products and more information about her farm on her webpage Romney Ridge Farm

Now I'm going to try my best and get these 3 photos in the right order, in the right place on this blog posting. I'm still learning the ins and outs of my blog template, so bare with me here. LOL

Red Grape
Each skein is approximately 245 yards, and is worsted weight

That's it for tonight. So hop on over to Romney Ridge Farm
and see what Kelly has to offer. I highly recommend her.

Take care, from KY - 'night All.


Barbara said...

Oh I love those colors two of my favorite, what are you going to make? I so crochet and knit, but have done neither for quite a while, I have shawl in the making, and been months since I picked it up, hugs my sweet Southern Friend.

Dog Trot Farm said...

What stunning colors and the quality, lovely. I will be interested in the project you decide to attempt. I am sure it will be wonderful. I have not as of yet, made that delicious recipe of yours. Once the heat and humidity leave it is top on my list! I will keep you posted. Blessings from Maine!