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Fall – Time For Sheep & Fiber Festivals

Cooler weather and the change of seasons makes me think of knitted wooly things. I start to think of knitting and weaving woolen garments. Here are a few photos of fall and wooly things.

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Reconnecting with the Earth – Fiber Craft Studio Festival

Fiber Craft Studio Festival June 3, 2012 “Today, more than ever, the crafts have the mission to reconnect the human being to the Earth and her substances, bring healing to the senses and soul, and foster the creative capacities of … Continue reading

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Update from the Maryland Sheep & Wool Festival

I can’t believe another  Maryland Sheep and Wool Festival is over. It was great seeing old friends and to meeting new friends. The pictures say it all. Can’t wait until next year. Hope to see you there next year.   … Continue reading

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You always remember the first one… knitting a sweater.

Well, I finally did it! I made my first sweater using wool from my own Jacob flock. It only took me about 25 years since I first picked up a set of knitting needles. The idea I could knit something … Continue reading

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Fun, Fiber, Flooding and Rain! Garden State Sheep Breeders 17th Sheep & Fiber Festival

We held our 17th Garden State Sheep Breeders Sheep & Fiber Festival in Ringoes, NJ on September 10&11. Despite the rain and flooding attendance was good. Our festival is gaining in popularity with the fiber crowd as a nice alternative to … Continue reading

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Welcome to Jenny Jump Farm’s Blog

Hello, Welcome to my blog about Jenny Jump Farm.  Stay tuned for posts and pictures about the animals, activities and other amusing stories that unfold around my farm. Better get back to work now. I have about 15 more fleeces to skirt and yarn to … Continue reading

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