Spring News

Farm Spinning

Wednesday, April 19 AND May 17
10 am to 2 pm

Bring your wheel or knitting, and join us for a free spinning group and potluck lunch.

Learn to Knit Socks

At MSAD 52 Adult Education with Marty Elkin

Knit your first pair of socks, four Thursdays: April 27 – May 18.  $45 for the class and $30 for materials.

All classes take place at the Adult Learning Center in Turner.  Register or learn more here.

Felting Friday

May 5
1-3 pm

Great for beginners as well as inspiration for seasoned felters! Make a Thyme Tile, start to finish, or bring your own project. We will be working on a ladyslipper flower. Bring your tools or use ours.  Please let us know if you are planning to attend. $30 includes fiber materials.

On The Road

New Hampshire Sheep & Wool Festival
May 13-14
Deerfield Fairgrounds

Bethel Farmers Market
See our booth beginning May 27

Fiber Frolic
June 3-4
Windsor Fairgrounds

Felting Retreat

Rescheduled for May 19-21
Friday evening through Sunday noon

Lodging and meals provided at A Wrinkle In Thyme Farm, leaving you plenty of time to become absorbed in several felting projects, either needle felting or wet felting.  The farm store is full of inspiration and materials, and we will share our skills.  Meet the lambs that grow the wool we use to felt. $250 for the weekend, with a $40 deposit required to hold your place.  Register here or email for more information.

Shearing Day
May 24

10 am until done

You are invited to join us for the day and potluck lunch.  Learn about fleece evaluation at the skirting table or help in the barn with the animals.

Ice Cream!

The Friendly Ewe, a licensed sheep dairy located at A Wrinkle In Thyme,

has four flavors of sheep’s milk ice cream in the freezer right now.  Vanilla, Chocolate,Cookies and Cream, and Coffee – all packed in pints available for $5.50.   The self-serve freezer is located in the Tesseract.  Ice cream is also available at the Fare Share Co-op in Norway.  Watch The Friendly Ewe’s Facebook page for updates on ice cream flavors in stock and other dairy projects.

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