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    the hit in cold weather

    My son thought I could do this for a farmer down the road since I love and collect roosters.

    So if you don't know what to crochet or knit anymore (GrammaBabs) maybe there is a farmer in your area would love a new coat for his hens and rooster.

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    greetings from the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg

    Michèle
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    Michèle

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    and they don't seem to mind wearing their shawls . . too cute
    2015 is here
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      My neighbor who has a very big yard, left over from the times 100 years ago when this property around here was farmland, has a flock of very colorful chickens. I was wondering what you do with your flock in winter, so I guess this could work! They look good in their shawls, and I'm sure it is appreciated by the hens!

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        So glad you posted this today. It made me chuckle when I really need one. Thank you.
        Blankets wrap you in warmth, quilts wrap you in love

        Marilyn......
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          Originally posted by Jean Sewing Machine View Post
          My neighbor who has a very big yard, left over from the times 100 years ago when this property around here was farmland, has a flock of very colorful chickens. I was wondering what you do with your flock in winter, so I guess this could work! They look good in their shawls, and I'm sure it is appreciated by the hens!
          Reading that made me laugh and realize how different the states are depending on where you are. I am in Tyngsboro. My grandfather had a farm with lots and lots of land and a full time job in the city of Cambridge starting after WWII. That is common in the town. The rest of the town was little cottages with none to 500 sq ft lots near the lakes, ponds and where they could buy land. Now those are year round houses. My home used to be a turkey farm and all the homes across the street for a mile and on my side flanking me for a mile where once part of this property. We have one apple tree left from their orchard which has to come down this spring. My neighbor has 2 of them left which are doing fine so far. Our neighbor across the street's father is the builder who partnered with our homes owners to subdivide and build when farming was not something their children were interested in during the 60's. I love my old home and cherish our couple of acres.
          Lisa

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            Oh don't they look great in their shawls! LOL This made me smile.
            Tanya

            Methinks it is a token of healthy and gentle characteristics, when women of high thoughts and accomplishments love to sew; especially as they are never more at home with their own hearts than while so occupied. ~Nathaniel Hawthorne, The Marble Faun, 1859

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              They must really enjoy those shawls! They are egg cellent! (sorry, couldn't resist, I think I have cabin fever)

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