Thursday, April 25, 2013

Counting Sheep Farm Cormo Giveaway!





If you don't just love cormo...what is wrong with you?? Just kidding!! Sort of. Really, this cormo combed top from Counting Sheep Farm is awesome!! I love these spring-like colors too, don't you?

It looks like the cute 2013 lambs are here on Counting Sheep Farm! Check out Rachel's website for more info, and adorable lamb pics!

If you would like to enter to win this yummy cormo, please visit Counting Sheep Farm today, find something you love, and write about it in the comment section below. We'll count your extra social networking as entries! Let us know you did it :)

71 comments:

kthdsn said...

The lambs are gorgeous!

Rebekah A. M. said...

So many adorable lambs! Oh! I wish I could take one or two for my yard ;)

As for her etsy shop, the farm fresh batt is gorgeous.

Dovile said...

I like the Hand Dyed Merino Bamboo Fiber in pink and blue.

Busy Boney Hands said...

I love the breed descriptions. Great website all around.

Dovile said...

pinned: http://pinterest.com/pin/442830575830354841/

Anonymous said...

Love the mix of colors in the farm fresh batt!

jadedisc on Rav

Ravyn78 (ravelry) said...

Like the "It's the Great Pumpkin Charlie Brown" yarn

Lindr said...

The handspun worsted to bulky yarn is gorgeous! I'd love to see that in a yummy cardigan to snuggle up in.

Ann Dolina said...

I love the "farm fresh " batt with it's mix of rainbow colors.

Woolytanis said...

i just love the colours of Cormo, yummy Yummy Cormo, Fresh from our Farm :)

Chris said...

I just want to dig my fingers into that Jacobs wool!

Sgbooth88 said...

I love love love that farm fresh batt, normall I shy away from batts in general, especially ones with lots of color (it stresses me out when trying to spin cause I try to make everything perfectly colored lol) but this gorgeous beauty just wants me, and I want it! AND IT SPARKLES!

Leanne Coppola said...

Love it all. I think the orange and red roving is my favorite.

Donna Molles said...

The lambs are sooooo cute! And I loved the FARM FRESH BATT so much that I had to buy it. Can't wait to try my first Cormo! Oh, and I shared it on Facebook.

Kara said...

I enjoyed reading about the different sheep breeds that Counting Sheep Farm raises. It would be neat to see a sampler pack of fleeces from each sheep breed! From the shop, I'll definitely have to go with the "Cormo, yummy Yummy Cormo, Fresh from our Farm". It does look like it would be delightful to spin!

Kara said...

I pinned the giveaway to Pinterest: http://pinterest.com/pin/259519997249672553/

Anonymous said...

blauer1mond
I like the Jacob Wool

Kara said...

I tweeted! https://twitter.com/MamaHobbit/status/327481997117251585

Jennifer said...

I don't know if I have spun Jacob before. I'd love to give it a try!

Carmen Nuland said...

I want to try some of their Jacob Wool

Josiah said...

I LOVE the merino/bamboo roving. The colors are so vibrant!

Anonymous said...

I'd love to spin some cormo roving and like to try all types of roving.

StaceyKnitsIt ravelry

Knocked Up and Nursing said...

that 4oz jacob top is lovely

The Mrs. (AKA "Mom") said...

I love the handspun. :D Also a big fan of the milk - I just started cheesemaking, and now I'm all into milk! :D

The Mrs. (AKA "Mom") said...

I pinned it!
http://pinterest.com/pin/141722719496461181/

Anonymous said...

I'm a sucker for a pretty face - I love the pics of the various breeds of sheep, as well as the chickens. it would be great fun to see them in person.
hotknitter

TinkerTots said...

OMG -- can I have a Cormo sheep! Well, maybe not. But I want one! Really! Baring that, I love me some Cormo fiber.

camphillpeaches said...

The bamboo fiber looks like cotton candy!!

Karen said...

I like Cormo, yummy Yummy Cormo, Fresh from our Farm. Interesting color combo.

Karen aka purplepenguin

Kristen said...

You guys have cleaned out their etsy shop! My favorite is actually the giveaway color(s). How convenient!

Elaine said...

I love that they have all kinds of healthy and sustainably/ethically raised farm products on their site...and that Jacob fluff in the Etsy shop looks so delightfully warm and natural!

Jessica Jo said...

*gasp* I don't think Iv'e spun with cormo. Please,d on't hurt me. Iw ould love some of that Jacob 4oz for 8$, though. Please? But then again I've never spun with Jacob either. Eek!

Rebekah Evelyn said...

I like the Great Pumpkin yarn.

Reivenna said...

Jacob Wool, 4 ounces is such a lovely, understated grey.

Heather J said...

jacob I love jacob and that grey is yummy

Cityslingers said...

The lambs are so cute,

starseer79 said...

The Finn sheep are so cute! I've never heard of that breed either.

Carol Anne said...

I love the handspun yarn in the etsy shop! Love the colors!

Techmuse said...

What's not to love!!1 There are lamb pictures on the site :-) but the pink/blue/white bamboo is screaming to be made into a baby something!

KarenB said...

I love the site but drawn especially to that grey Jacob fiber, it is lovely!!
Kankaren on ravelry

cthulhulovesme said...

The lambs are so cute!

Silja Devine said...

Since I am a sucker for Cormo, I have to say that I love her corm or fallcolored top that she has in her easy shop!

Chelsea @ Garden-Me.com said...

Her bulky handspun is fun! Thanks for the chance :-)

Knittingdancer on Ravelry said...

I like the fall colors in the hand dyed sport weight yarn "It's The Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown".

Perrin said...

cormo is so soft and bouncy.

Sirje said...

Yummy Cormo fiber is really yummy!

Kate said...

I like the sheep. Is undyed Cormo top ever available? From the shop, I like the Finn fleece, pinned here.
https://pinterest.com/pin/123778689731161728/

Kathryn said...

I have always wanted to try Cormo. Love the Cormo, yummy Yummy Cormo, Fresh from our Farm.

Saus said...

The Jacob wool roving looks very nice.

Michelle said...

those lambs are too cute and you are right about the Como - the colors are fab!

Carlin said...

I would have loved to get my hands on some of the Tea Rose yarn. So pretty!

Chippema said...

Love the brilliant colors of the Merino/Bamboo....and I'll take a little lamb, too!

packrat400 said...

I found it very interesting to read about the Ile De France Sheep breed on the site! Thanks for that.

Mel K said...

Oh those lambs.. Really love the Cormo, yummy Yummy Cormo, Fresh from our Farm in the etsy shop too.

Maaike Rushton said...

Wow, have you guys noticed the merino/bamboo fibre?!
That would spin into the most gorgeous yarn ever, if only I lived nearer, would love to visit this farm.

CraftyDutchess on Ravelry

sallij said...

I want...no, need the merino bamboo!

Wendi B. - What Wendi Wants and Wendi's Book Corner said...

What a fun farm. I just recently got back into spinning because I want to spin my own lace-weight embroidery threads to use with Hardanger embroidery that my Grandmother shared with me.

I've not spun with Cormo before and would love to win and spin this beautiful fiber!

While I was at the Counting Sheep Farm website, I learned about the Jacob sheep, something that I first heard of yesterday - special! Their sheep are beautiful.

I also took a moment to view their Etsy shop and favorited them.

:) Wendi wbarker at hotmail.com

susanjd said...

beautiful!
Jacob Wool

susanjd said...

tweeted!
https://twitter.com/suejaned/status/328677512462888960

susanjd said...

pinned!
http://pinterest.com/pin/445082375644103518/

Anna B said...

I like the great pumpkin Charlie brown!

Sherry Glover said...

The new lambs are ver cute. I would love to try everything.
The Great Pumpkin Charlie Brown.

sherryglover1 on Ravelry

Quixotism said...

If I am going to be unrealistic about things I can buy, especially in an urban area, I would totally love to have the Icelandic sheep. Otherwise, the Cormo wool is very nice.

Martha said...

Jacob wool for me.

Cats said...

Cormo, yummy Yummy Cormo, Fresh from our Farm -

I really like Jacob sheep since my friend Penny Jacob (RIP) introduced me to them years ago. I would love some of it not carded so it could be spun as tweedy colour rather than a blended grey.


So I have to say I really like the cormo! <3

storiedyarns said...

Love that beautiful cormo top in the shop! Yummy indeed!

Jess

storiedyarns on Ravelry

sarah in the woods said...

the lambs are so cute!
i like the cormo roving the best.

PixelatedMushroom said...

Wow what an amazing colour! the Cormo, yummy Yummy Cormo from the shop also looks awesome

Sherry Glover said...

The lambs are sooooo cute. My favorite is te Cormo, Yummy, Yummy Cormo.

sherryglover1 on Ravelry

schwip said...

I love the Miss Potter sock yarn.

schwipknits@gmail.com
schwip on rav

schwip said...

I pinned your contest..

schwipknits@gmail.com
schwip on rav