Saturday, June 11, 2011

Crazy Stuff

New crazy-fat yarn in the shop.








Crazy-tiny chicken egg.




Crazy-big dandelion.

Just kidding. That's salsify or goat's beard.
It's also my silhouette for the June Photo Challenge.
Linking up at Fiber Arts Friday and Creative Friday.

16 comments:

  1. awwwe! such a cute chicken egg! love, love, love the yarn!

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  2. That is a crazy post. =) I have never seen an egg that tiny before. What a fun post.

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  3. We've gotten a few tiny eggs like that. I think they are so cute. Ours are usually yolkless though

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  4. Awww...tiny egg! How cute! When ours first start laying again, we often get double yolkers or ones with just a soft membrane outside and no shell?!

    Love the big yarn Sarah!

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  5. That egg is so cute! Did it taste 4x as good for being 4x as small?

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  6. look at that little egg! Wow! and that dandelion. The yarn is lovely...

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  7. That yarn is scrumptious! Are you saying that the big seed head that looks like dandelion is salsify? Wow, I've only ever tried it at Shaker Village (yum), had no idea what the plant looks like.

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  8. What a nice cushy yarn you have made, the tiny egg is amazing!

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  9. Wow, do you have plans for that big yarn?

    Happy Fiber Arts Friday!

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  10. Beautiful yarn. I cant believe that tiny egg! amazing

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  11. oooh, a new hen is starting to earn her keep. My kids love when we find the super tiny eggs. Your yarn is beautiful.

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  12. Loco Lindy - That's salsify. It grows along the side of the road.
    Melissa - I sell most of my yarn, including this one, on etsy (see sidebar link.)

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  13. Gorgeous thick yarn! I love the teeny, weeny egg too :)

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  14. I'm not sure where else to send this message so I'll just say it here...I occasionally come across your site and every time it pops up I think, "My word, there it is again, that stunning photograph in the title banner!" It is an absolutely gorgeous scene.

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