Sheep for Sale

Snow is falling out of the sky, as I type.

Fer cryin’ out loud, it is nearly the middle of May.

And cold?  Yup it is bitterly cold.

This is not ideal weather for lambing and foaling.  I am worried for animals I don’t even own.

Anywho, a few of you have mentioned that you might like to purchase a sheeple so here they are, ready to go.

I think the best way is for you to email me – frances@fstaylor.co.uk – with your first choice of sheep and, if no one else has asked for him, then I will set him aside for you.  Please use the number for the photo and also where he is in the line so I can easily identify him.  Postage is about £3.10 (UK) to £5.00 (US) – it is not too bad if I remember rightly.

What else? oh, yes – they all have nice faces and kind personalities.  That’s important to know.  Each sheep is handmade by me.

(1) Black curlies  – (pure Shetland wool bodies with black Wensleydale curls) – £25.00 each

(2) Black curlies – (pure Shetland wool bodies with black Wensleydale curls) – £25.00 each

(3) White curlies – (pure Shetland wool bodies with white Wensleydale curls) – £25.00 each

(4) Tight White curlies – (pure Shetland wool bodies with white Leicester curls) – £25.00 each

A close-up of the tight cream curls – they are lovely.

(5) “Lambies” – (pure Shetland wool bodies with Lambie wool) – £25.00 each (very limited supply as I don’t see myself carding Lambie’s wool ever again.  It was very hard work.

Side view of Lambie’s – so you can see his lovely natural colour in his coat.

(6) Pale brownies – (pure Shetland wool) – £20.00 each

(7) Ginger and dark brownies – (pure Shetland wool bodies) – £20.00 each

(8) White sheep – (pure Shetland wool) – £20.00 each

(9) Grey ones – (pure Shetland wool) – £20.00 each

(10) And the last “Lambie” – (pure Shetland wool bodies with Lambie wool) – £25.00. I made him today.

This was my view from my shed. North is the dark bit and the weather changes from sunshine to snow in a second.

 

2 thoughts on “Sheep for Sale

  1. Sam

    In New England, we had snow and freezing temps yesterday. Tomorrow? Sunny and warm.
    I will email for a sheep once I get a paycheck (fingers crossed!)

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