They’re not on the farm yet, but here are the photos that Liz sent me of the sheep she is giving me. If I have it right, (and I think I do) the ewe below is the lamb of the ewe above. And the ewe in the bottom photo is the one Liz told me she “didn’t want to have to send to market”.
All three are Romneys, which is great wool for knitting on its own and also good for mixing with my Border Leicesters and Cheviot wool.
13 thoughts on “Three Ewes Coming To Bedlam Farm”
they look lovely and so are you for taking them into your “family”!
can’t wait for their wool to be spun!
There does always seem to be new wool, doesn’t there Nan?
the first one has an especially sweet face. have really developed an appreciation of the sheet from reading your posts and all the work that goes into producing wool and yarn
That’s so nice to hear Lisa. I like that I can pass that along.
oh lord- sorry of the SHEEP
Knew what you meant Lisa. 🙂
They’re beautiful!!! How exciting, they will be a wonderful addition to your flock❤️.
And I know you’ll be spinning and knitting their wool soon Suzy!
Lucky, lucky sheep!
I love the white ewes face, she looks very dainty! The two brown ewes look sweet too! It will be fun to see their personalities emerge on your farm.
She is very delicate. Looks very differnt from my other romneys.
little do these sheep know they are famous already.