Anyway, once the spinning-wheel-induced haze cleared and I regained consciousness, I had Hazel make
The dogs love this thing. Django (the little white one), especially. They curl up on it together like little cinnamon buns, side-by-side. A-DOR-ABLE!
It's made from an old DND (military issue) moth-proof wool blanket, sewn into a pillow case and stuffed with wool fleece and tied. She even worked in two handles so that we can hang it up on the wall when it's not in use. How frickin cool is that? $30 well spent, I say. (Yeah, only $30. Crazy.)
Also, I bought some yarn. C'mon, you had to know that was coming, right?
I have no blessed clue what the heck I'm going to do with it, but I'll be damned if I'm letting it out of my sight. This one's for me. A wrap, perhaps? Yet another cowl? Once can never have too many, you know...
While I was there, I spotted something really hilarious. You see, the Mill is on a farm. They have alpacas, sheep, goats (the kids are drop-dead adorable), pigs, chickens, guinea hens, a cow and, of course, farm dogs. The fattest, most in-your-face of these creatures is a massive golden retriever named Nash. Nash is the kind of dog whose love of all things can not be contained in his body. The moment you look him in the eye, he becomes your new best friend and will demonstrate that love by promptly sitting on you.
This blurry photo pretty much sums him up, I think.
Anyway, I guess they gave the Nashster a haircut, 'cause I found this:
I did tell you that they'll spin any type of fibre, right?