Nice and cool!
Our 60 ewe lambs are due to be shorn at 7.30 tomorrow morning, so I'll be helping Jonathan get them down from the hill this afternoon.
My six lambs are now able to feed independently off the rack, so I only take ten minutes to feed them
Time to turn to the garden and we have started sorting things out. I have cleared up the raspberry patch and Jonathan uncovered the path to the greenhouse which had been so neglected I'd forgotten we had one
Things in there are slowly coming along; toms, cucumbers, courgettes, beans and flower seedlings.
And, most importantly, Sandra and I have drawn up our summer schedule!
We start with a primitive stitchery on Wednesday, and of course the Medallion course is continuing. On Saturday 13th June we have a bunting party - get a gang of six friends together and make personalised bunting,
on Wednesday 17th June we have Helen C teaching crochet
1st July we will be experimenting with Pentagons - which could be described as the new hexagons! We'll be doing lots of 'fussy cutting' so, like a kaleidoscope, new patterns emerge
Lynne Johnson will be giving another class on the Yoko Saito Town Quilt on the 8th July and then on the 15th July Sandra will be making lovely big bears
So, busy, busy, busy!