Upcoming Events

Honey Girl Farms will be at a number of great events this year!  

The first event will be the Green With Indie Craft Show on March 11. This looks to be a great event with a lot of talented vendors. For more information on the event, check out the Facebook page: https://facebook.com/greenwithindie

The second event is much larger and is located in Chicago, IL on April 1 & 2. YarnCon is going to be a great event full of yarn, fiber and all the fun stuff to go along with it. If you are a big fan of the fiber arts, you should definitely go check it out. For more information, check out their website at: https://www.yarncon.com

The third event this spring is MINI's On The Dragon "MOTD" running May 3-7. This combines my love of fiber art with my love of Mini Coopers. So if you are near Fontana Village in NC, head on over and stock up on some great yarn. For more information on this event check out https://www.minisonthedragon.com

Honey Girl Farms is growing!

We recently purchased 13 new sheep and 12 of them were supposed to be pregnant. They were due February 7 and we had one born on February 4, a little ram and another born on February 6, a nice big ewe. Both lambs are healthy and doing well, but so far we haven't seen any other lambs since then. I'm really crossing my fingers and hoping more show up soon as I would really like to be able to show them. They are all beautiful sheep with what appear to be very nice fleeces. Ive sheared one so far and look forward to shearing the rest soon, which means fleeces for sale! It also means that I will be spinning yarn like a crazy person to get it up in my shop.

Other things going on in relation to fiber is the dyeing, I have some exciting themed color ways that I'm looking forward to putting out over the spring and summer. Some themes include Harry Potter, Art Through the Ages, and Music Inspiration. I am really looking forward to putting these colors together and seeing what everyone creates from them.

As spring is quickly approaching, that means the gardening must begin, and of course... The Honeybees will be making their grand appearance. We have checked the hives and we have lost two, but so far the other two look strong. We are planning to buy more bees to get the other hives going again, and we are really looking forward to see what our new farm can produce. To help with that we need to get planting, we have a bunch of native trees coming from the Missouri Department of Agriculture to add food and sustenance for the bees, ourselves, as well as some providing dye for the dye shop. The seasonal garden is also being planned and we look forward to see what we produce from there.

As you see, it's been a very busy winter and looks to be a very busy spring. We look forward to sharing our successes, failures and blunders with you throughout the year. The business end is slow, but there is light at the end of the tunnel and looks to be a promising year. Thank you all for your support and encouragement on our endeavors. 

God Bless,

Shannah