When my friend Suzy Fatzinger heard about Paul Moshimer’s death, she wanted to do something to help Pamela and Blue Star Equiculture. Suzy raises Angora goats and an Angora bunny and is a hand spinner and knitter. She won a Blue Ribbon for spinning my sheep Socks’ wool into yarn last year. And I’ve had her work in more than one of the Bedlam Farm Open Houses.
So, Suzy made a Blue Shawl and decided she wanted to donate it to Blue Star Equiculture. She asked me if I would help her auction the shawl to raise money. So that’s what we’re doing.
Suzy hand spun and hand knit the mohair, llama and wool fiber. So you know it’s soft and lovingly made.
We have a starting price of $125. And hope to raise as much money as possible for Pamela and the horses at Blue Star Equiculture.
The latest bid is $500!
So, here’s how it works. Starting at $125 you can leave a bid at the bottom of this page on my comments. This way everyone can see the latest bid. The auction will last one week and Suzy’s Blue Shawl will go to the highest bidder. I’ll announce the winner on Saturday morning.
Thanks in advance to everyone who participates. I think the shawl is a beautiful symbol of the love and warmth that Pamela brings to the people and horses at Blue Star. The kind of feeling you want to wrap yourself in.