Lovin' time at Coon Hollow Farm

Lovin' time at Coon Hollow Farm
Our Olde English "Babydoll" Sheep and their lambs

Sunday, January 31, 2010

A Cold Frame is born!

A Cold Frame is Born! Here is our new Cold Frame constructed in just one day, with minimal swearing (haha)! Measuring 5 feet in width it is quite a Cold Frame. It will soon be home in our new garden along with our yet to be constructed Potting Shed and Chicken coop. If you would like a copy of the plans contact us either by e-mail or phone and we'd be glad to send you a copy.

Monday, January 25, 2010

Alpaca Fingerless Gloves

Alpaca Fingerless Gloves
Available in our Farmstand.
Made with 100% alpaca fiber, hand spun and hand knitted here on the farm. They are comfortable, light weight and are available in tan and dark brown. We will have them in different colors and textures. They are $15.00 a pair. We also have regular Alpaca gloves for sale as well as scarfs, hats and many more items. If you are interested give us a call. We also ship anywhere in the U.S.

Saturday, January 23, 2010

"Angus" the Mighty Llama


"Angus" the Mighty Llama

Angus is our watch Llama, rescued from starvation and a very neglectful place, he is the king here on the farm. With his baby blue eyes, he watches over the herd for any signs of trouble. He has gained weight here and is a sweet and gentle boy.

Angus and Fergus, our other Minature Llama, that was also rescued with Angus, are happy here on the hill. The two of them get into trouble especially when we have our backs to them, they sneak for an extra bite to eat into the barn. They act as a tag team!

Monday, January 18, 2010

Tim helping...

Tim helping with a hank of yarn while it is being rolled into a ball...without his help, knots, knots, knots!

Monday, January 4, 2010

Felted Soaps


Here are some felted soaps made at the farm. They are 2 ounce bars that are wraped in dyed sheep wool, then plunged into warm soapy water, then rubbed on a bumpy surface. This process shrinks and when it's dried allows the wool to shrink around the bar, now you have a built in wash cloth. The wool and the soap act together creating a wonderful bathing experience. The bars in this picture are patchouli, but we have them in our farm stand in numerous scents and styles.